Judge of the Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow (since 2000)
SUSINA, Natalya Sergeyevna is a judge who ruled knowingly unjust and politically motivated sentences against opposition activists. She jailed several defendants in the Bolotnaya Square case. It was the criminal persecution of opposition activists who got into clashes with police after a deliberate police provocation during an opposition rally on Bolotnaya Square in Moscow on May 6, 2012.
From 1985 to 1993, she worked as a clerk at the court. From 1993, she became an assistant to the prosecutor, then an investigator for particularly important cases. In 1997, she became an assistant, then a senior assistant to the Kuzminsky inter-district prosecutor of the city of Moscow. Since 2000, she has been the judge of the Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow.
Carrying out political repressions using her official position.
In 2014, she passed politically motivated verdicts on four accused in the Bolotnaya case: Alexei Gaskarov (3.5 years in prison), Alexander Margolin (3.5 years in prison), Ilya Gushchin (2.5 years in prison), Elena Kokhtareva (3 and 3 years months of the suspended sentence).