“Ukrainian Nazi killed Voronenkov." Tyurin denied involvement in killing
Maksakova also does not believe that her ex-husband could have organized the murder of Voronenkov.
Thief in law Vladimir Tyurin (Tyurik) categorically denies his involvement in the murder of former State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov. This was stated to Interfax by one of the lawyers who previously represented the interests of Tyurin Sergei Belyak.
"The murder of Voronenkov is the work of Ukrainian Nazi, who looked to for Ukrainian authorities would take advantage of it for new accusations of Russia. Tyurin has nothing to do with this crime, and considers accusations in his address as delusions," said the lawyer.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine has previously announced that the murder of Voronenkov was ordered by "criminal authority controlled by the FSB of Russia Vladimir Tyurin, the former civil husband of Maria Maksakova."
Lawyer Sergei Belyak said that his client had never had any arguments with Voronenkov. Moreover, he did not interfere with the relations of the politician with his former civil wife Maria Maksakova, Interfax reports.
"Tyurin’s FSB controllability is an amazing delirium," the lawyer said.
The involvement of Tyurik in the murder of Voronenkov is denied by Maria Maksakova.
In turn, former State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomarev said earlier that Maksakova regularly communicated with Tyurin, who is the father of her daughter and son, and the findings of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office about his involvement in the death of Voronenkov became a shock to her and a personal tragedy.
At the same time Ponomarev stressed that Maksakova considers the investigation non-agenda-driven, noting that both he and the widow of Voronenkov trust its results.
Recall, on March 23, ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov was killed by a hired killer in the center of Kiev. His guard, a member of one of the Ukrainian special services, wounded the alleged murderer, 28-year-old Pavel Parshov, who later died in the hospital.
The Legal Initiative researcher Saida Sirazhudinova at the All-Russian Civil Forum asked the representative of the mufti of Chechnya about the "honor killings" in Caucasus. And soon after that, she found herself under surveillance.