Mass media have today criticized the investigation opened in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra against a traffic police officer who ran down a 15-year-old teenager on a motorbike and was drunk according to eye-witnesses.
Boris Grits has been charged with attempted murder under Part 3 of Article 30 and Part 1 of Article 105 of the RF Criminal Code. As became known earlier, the man got into the office of a radio station in Novy Arbat Street on the afternoon of 23 October 2017 and attacked the journalist by stabbing her in the neck.
Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has taken control of the investigation opened by the Moscow Directorate in the attempted murder of journalist Tatyana Felgengauer under Part 3 of Article 30, Part 1 of Article 105 of the RF Criminal Code.
The Chelyabinsk Region office of the Investigative Committee has finished an investigation against a resident of the town of Chelyabinsk charged with murder of a minor under part 2, item “c” of Article 105 and malicious wounding under Part 1 of Article 111 of the RF Criminal Code.
A court has recognized the evidence gathered by the Moscow Region Directorate of the Investigative Committee as sufficient to convict Igor Lipovenko, Oleg Azarov, Sergei Kazarev, Artyom Mamotko, Pavel Stekanov, Alexander Smerdov, Vladimir Balashov, Oleg Koblov, Vladislav Frolov, Vladimir Mitin and Antonina Kotova. Depending on the role of each one, they were found guilty of banditry under Parts 1 and 2 of Article 209, murder under Part 2, items “a”, “g”, “h” and “j” of Article 105, attempted murder under Part 3 of Article 30, Part 2, items “a”, “g”, “h” and “j” of Article 105, organization of murder, solicitation, aiding and abetting of murder under Parts 3-5, Article 33, Part 2, items “a” and “h” of Article 105, complicity in attempted murder under Part 5 of Article 33, Part 3 of Article 30, Part 2, item “h” of Article 105, robbery under Parts 2 and 4 of Article 162, attempted robbery under Part 3 of Article 30, Part 2, items “a” and “d” of Article 161 and illegal circulation of firearms under Article 222 of the RF Penal Code.
A report that a 12-year-old boy went missing was received by police of the town of Goryachy Klyuch on the evening of 22 October 2017. The Krasnodar Territory Office of the Investigative Committee launched a check immediately.
Boris Grits, 48, has been questioned by an investigator of the Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee as a suspect of an attempted murder of journalist Tatyana Felgengauer. When being detained, Grits had his driving lessons on him allowing investigators to quickly identify him. According to the suspect, he was born in Abkhazia, studied in Moscow and has double citizenship of Israel and Russia. In 2003, he went to Israel and came back to Russia a month ago. He is living at his friend’s. The suspect explained that he had been communicating with the victim for 5 years using telepathy. He disliked the woman and decided to kill her. The man had nothing to say about professional activity of Ms. Felgengauer.
The Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee has opened an investigation against a 48-year-old man suspected of attempted murder under Part 3 of Article 30, Part 1 of Article 105 of the RF Criminal Code.
Respected Russian lawyer and jurist A.F. Koni saw far ahead of him when he said that “if courts prosecuted only murderers found holding a knife over the victim, most of the guilty ones would have gotten away with it.” Today, experienced criminalists of the Investigative Committee armed with best equipment erase borders in time. They are always one step ahead of those trying to cover their tracks or leave no evidence on a crime scene.
A court has recognized the evidence gathered by the Transbaikalian Territory Office of the Investigative Committee as sufficient to convict Roman Chuprov, 23, a resident of Mogocha District. He was found guilty of murder of two people, including a minor and committed with special brutality under part 2, items “a”, “c” and “e” of Article 105, torture of two people, including one in helpless condition under Part 2, items “a” and “d” of Article 117 and murder threat under part 1 of Article 119 of the RF Criminal Code.
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