Criminal case over attack on fighter Mirzaev initiated
Tree unknown attacked the fighter of mixed martial arts and shot him with a pellet gun on Vostochnaya Street in Moscow.
The Investigative Committee has initiated a criminal case over the attack on athlete Rasul Mirzaev in Moscow: the suspected ate three men who entered his apartment on Vostochnaya Street. They beat Mirzaev and shot him with a pellet gun. Up to now, his life is out of danger.
The criminal case has been initiated under part 2 of Art. 112 of the Criminal Code (Intentional infliction of medium-gravity damage to health) and part 2 of Art. 139 of the Criminal Code (Violation of inviolability of the home), as reported to TASS by the Main Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee in Moscow.
According to investigators, on the night of December 31, 2016 three unknown entered the apartment on Vostochnaya Street in Moscow and beat the 30-year-old man with the use of traumatic gun. After the attack, unknown disappeared. As a result, the victim was hospitalized, as reported by ICR.
The ICR did not specify the name of the victim. However, a law enforcement source said that it was Mirzaev attacked.
Currently, investigators are searching for possible suspects.
In August 2011, mixed martial arts fighter Rasul Mirzaev during the conflict in the center of Moscow in the night club Garage hit student Ivan Agafonov, who then was hospitalized and died several days later without regaining consciousness. November 27, 2012, the Zamoskvoretskiy Court in Moscow sentenced Mirzayev to two years of imprisonment, finding him guilty of causing death by negligence and relieved the athlete from custody in the courtroom. In January 2013, the Moscow City Court upheld the verdict of Mirzaev, rejecting a complaint of Agafonov’s relatives who considered the decision of the court too lenient.
Saburova believes that the Russian authorities violated articles 2 and 5 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, guaranteeing the right to life, as well as the right to freedom and personal inviolability.