Armenian businessman shot in Moscow turned out to be driver of Chechen MMA fighter
First, Georgy Agapjanov, whose corpse was found on Novoslobodskaya Street of the capital, was named an entrepreneur. Now it is assumed that the killer mistakenly killed the driver instead of the owner of the car.
Details of the murder of a 38-year-old man in the morning of October 16 in a parking lot at Novoslobodskaya Street in Moscow became known. As reported by REN TV, the victim turned out to be the personal driver of one of the capital's entrepreneurs. The day before it was reported that this is Armenian businessman Georgy Agapjanov. But now it turned out that he had recently got a job as a driver, and before that he was a taxi driver. The television channel suggests that the killer's goal was the owner of the car, not the driver.
Telegram-channel Oper slil (Operative leacked) wrote the car Infinity, next to which was found the body of Agapjanov, belongs to 33-year-old MMA fighter Lecha Serbiev. As reported on the site MMA-Fighters.ru, he performs in heavyweight. In 2014, Serbiev had a fight with Alexander Stolyarov, which ended in defeat for the Chechen athlete. And according to allpowerlifting.com, Serbiev took part at the Open World Cup in powerlifting and individual exercises in Sochi.
Recall, CCTV depicted how a man in a hood comes to the victim and fires point-blank several times. Several bullets hit the man in the head. From the received wounds he died on the spot. A criminal case was initiated under part 1 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code (Murder) and part 1 of Art. 222 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Illegal Arms Trafficking).
In early November 2017, Basmanny Court of Moscow has satisfied the motion brought by the Main Investigations Directorate in the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR) and remanded Aleksander Shukyurov, Director of the Capital Renovation Directorate State Budgetary Institution of Moscow, in custody. The head of the institution subordinate to the Department of Capital Renovation of the City of Moscow that had acted as the client in tenders worth dozens of billions of rubles is suspected of swindling on an especially large scale.