Driver of killer shooting at Yekaterinburg MIA former Head jailed for 4.5 years
Igor Kazakov got prison penal for complicity to a killer.
In Yekaterinburg, the court pronounced a conviction to Igor Kazakov, having found him guilty of complicity at attempted murder. He was helping former Head of Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (AMIA) of the Ordzhonikidzevsky district of the city Oleg Dudkov who intended to kill ex-Head of the Yekaterinburg police Boris Timonichenko.
To recall, as the CrimeRussia reported earlier, Oleg Dudkov attacked Boris Timonichenko with a gun at a house entrance. The criminal shot at the victim’s head and fled the scene on the car of Igor Kazakov who was carrying out a role of a taxi driver, not knowing about the committed crime.
Doctors managed to save Boris Timonichenko as the bullet did not touch vitals.
The court considered all evidences and found Igor Kazakov guilty of complicity at attempted murder, and also of destruction of someone else's property. The man was sentenced to 4.5 years of maximum security penal colony.
It should be noted that earlier he decided to cooperate with investigating authorities. During interrogations Kazakov assured investigators that Dudkov convinced him that he works as the special agent and tracks down Timonichenko who is engaged in espionage.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) had seen plenty of scandals throughout its history. In the end of 2017, it ceased financing of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) on suspicion of misuse of funds by its management. However, the IOC couldn’t even think that international drug trafficker Gafur Rakhimov, member of the criminal ‘Brothers’ Circle’ put on the OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List, is going to take charge of it soon. Furthermore, Rakhimov has contributed greatly to the selection of Sochi the place of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Kochkin is detained in the headquarters building and brought to the police department, where policemen drew up a protocol under Violating the Established Procedure for Arranging or Conducting a Meeting, Rally, Demonstration, Procession or Picket (part 8 of Article 20.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses). According to the activist, in the near future he will go on trial.