Judge of the Moscow City Court
BOYEVA, Natalya Alexandrovna was born on December 7, 1975. On April 2, 2012, by decree of the President of the Russian Federation, she was appointed judge of the Perovsky District Court of Moscow. By presidential decree of February 27, 2013, Natalya Boeva was appointed the judge of the Moscow City Court.
Carrying out political repressions using her official position.
Natalya Boyeva participated in the implementation of political repression by making unjust decisions in politically motivated cases and trials.
On July 26, 2018, the Moscow City Court, represented by Judge Boyeva, detained 18-year-old Anna Pavlikova, who is accused of creating an extremist community (Part 1 of Article 282.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). It is noteworthy that the community police and the FSB considered was a virtual opposition movement New Greatness, created by an informer of the political police. Natalia Boyeva agreed with the argument of the prosecution that “positive characteristics did not prevent her [Anna] to be involved in several serious crimes, such as the creation of an extremist community, the purpose of which was to overthrow the constitutional system. Teenage girl’s “serious crime” was being in a Telegram chat with the informer, as well as attending a meeting of the movement at McDonald’s. Pavlikova's health problems worsened for several months of being in a pre-trial detention center. She had a hormonal malfunction and inflammation of the genitourinary system.
On August 14, 2019, Moscow City Court judge Boyeva rejected the appeal of the decision to arrest Vladislav Barabanov, an opposition activist from Nizhny Novgorod. He was accused of taking part in an unauthorized rally on July 27 for allowing independent candidates to participate in elections to the Moscow City Duma and allegedly coordinating protesters. On September 3, the Investigative Committee announced that the criminal prosecution of Barabanov was terminated due to the lack of corpus delicti.