Bashkir entrepreneur blown up by tripwire as he was leaving home
Investigators believe that his competitors must have set it up.
A Sterlitamak entrepreneur has been hospitalized with multiple injuries after he was blown up by a tripwire as he was leaving home. Investigators opened a criminal case on attempted murder (part 3 of Art. 30; item (e), part 2 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) and believe that the businessman’s rivals must have made the improvised explosive device.
The incident occurred on the morning of August 13th. The man left his detached house, opened the gate and heard a flap. The businessman was taken to the hospital with shrapnel wounds to the legs and lower back.
According to the ICR, the victim was engaged in the installation of gas equipment in private homes.