The case Boronenkov: in Russia killed a person involved in the production

Дело Вороненкова: в РФ убили фигуранта производства

Yuri Vasilenko

Detained Alexander Soshnikov and Vladimir Timakin admitted that the abducted are no longer alive, and pointed to the approximate location where the body’s buried.

The kidnappers of the Ukrainian criminal authority Yury Vasilenko, who took on the case about the murder of former state Duma Deputy, Denis Boronenkov in Kiev, admitted that the stolen dead. On Thursday, February 7, the newspaper reports Rosbalt.

According to a source publication, at first Alexander Soshnikov and Vladimir Timonkin said during interrogations that they know nothing about the fate of Vasilenko. Recently, however, the detainees confessed that the abducted are no longer alive, and pointed to the approximate location where the body’s buried.

Since he was freed in the dark in a wooded area, Opener and Taimanin could only roughly tell you where is the burial. Law enforcement officers hope to find the remains of Vasilenko to the end of the week.

Earlier it was reported that in Moscow restaurant shooting kidnapped Ukrainian criminal authority Yury Vasilenko, who is considered the main defendant in the case about the murder in Kiev of the former Deputy of the state Duma of the Russian Federation. Later, in Russia police have detained one of three suspects in the kidnapping in Moscow Vasilenko.

We will remind, Denis Boronenkov was killed in the center of Kiev on March 23, 2017. Killer Paul Parsow was wounded by a security guard of former MP and soon died in hospital.

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