“All in his face – plates, glasses”: men of Caucasian origin stabbed man who made remark to them about smoking
Eyewitnesses claim that attackers were VIP-clients of the restaurant. In total, there were about 4 people.
Law enforcement authorities declared wanted men from the Caucasus, who are suspected of murder in the cafe Old Castle at the Moscow highway in the city of Samara.
The crime occurred on the night of January 8th. According to preliminary version, the victim Rustam I. was fatally stabbed after being asked sitting next to them company not to smoke in a public place. In response, the men attacked him with fists. In the fight brother of Rustam was hurt. Eyewitnesses claim that the attackers were VIP-clients. In total, there were about 4 people. The victim and his brother were in the cafe with their wives.
Cafe Old Castle at the Moscow Highway in Samara
According to the surviving in a fight brother, the attackers swished with all and sundry. "All in his face – plates, glasses. The hall was full of people, but no one even stood up,"- ProGorodSamara.ru quoted the familiar of the victim. She also reported that Rustam was an athlete, and led a healthy lifestyle.
The medical report says that Rustam was wounded in the chest. He also had his throat cut. The knife wounded the heart and arteries. His brother, whose name was not reported, received numerous wounds too, but survived. The Samara region ICR has not yet spoken about the causes of the incident. A criminal case is initiated under part 1 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code (Murder). The case is under investigation.
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