Chechen millionaire used cocaine before opening fire in hotel near Kremlin
Expertize has established the type of the drug, which the Chechen millionaire used.
Specialists of the Moscow scientific and practical center of narcology found out that businessman from Chechnya Umar Dzhabrailov was under the influence of cocaine when he opened fire in Four Seasons hotel, Kommersant reports.
According to the newspaper, the analysis of urine has shown the presence of cocaine in the businessman’s body. Experts specified that 90–95% of cocaine excretes from a body in an invariable type and in form of derivatives within two-three days after taking. The press service of the businessman has given no comments on this information yet.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the ex-senator from Chechnya opened fire after a dinner to his room was brought by a cleaner, not by a waiter. Dzhabrailov told several versions of the incident — at first, he claimed that he opened fire by a mistake, because of inability to handle a weapon, then he referred to a conflict with personnel.
The police officers, who have arrived to a call detained the businessman, they also found a ‘white powder’ on a floor of his room, later it has become clear that Dzhabrailov was under influence of drugs. A criminal case under Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Hooliganism) was initiated.
On October 26 Dzhabrailov was found guilty of use of narcotic substances without prescription fined by magistrate's court for 4 thousand rubles ($67) under part 1 Art. 6.9 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offences.
Besides, Dzhabrailova is accused under item I part 1 Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Hooliganism committed with use of weapons). Under this article, the businessman may face up to five years of imprisonment.
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