Silke Bigalke, Moscow
On Friday after school, Yevgenia Kara-Mursa had to explain to her children that their father would not be coming home as planned. “Not next week, as you had hoped, but probably much later,” she said in a TV interview – the decision about her husband Vladimir Kara-Mursa’s fate had not yet been made. On Friday, the judge initially sent him into custody for two months. According to his lawyer, he could face a total of up to ten years.