Ex-deputy head of Roskomnadzor associates attack on him with professional activities

Ex-deputy head of Roskomnadzor associates attack on him with professional activities
Maksim Ksenzov

An unknown person who has beaten up the driver of the deputy head of the Department of Project Activity of the Government of the Russian Federation Maksim Ksenzov tried to enter the car, but the official managed to block the doors in time.

A criminal case has been initiated under Beating against unidentified persons who have attacked the Ford Mondeo of Deputy Head of the Project Department of the Government of the Russian Federation, or Deputy Head of Roskomnadzor in the recent past, Maksim Ksenzov.

According to Mash, the attackers have not yet been detained, the police are finding out their identities. And they are looking not only for the unknown from the Toyota Camry who has beaten the driver, but also for the drivers BMW and Mercedes-Benz, who tried to ram the Ksenzov's car on Kutuzovsky Prospekt before that.

The telegram channel notes that Maksim Ksenzov, who turned to the police, links the attack on his car with his professional activities. However, it is not specified which post he was referring to – in the government department or Roskomnadzor.

Recall that earlier today it became known about the road incident that happened a week ago, on November 9. Unknown people in three cars committed aggressive actions against a company car and a personal driver of the Deputy Head of the Project Department of the Government of the Russian Federation Maksim Ksenzov, who was driving to work. First, one after another, two cars tried to ram up Ksenzov's company Ford, then the driver of the Toyota Camry blocking his way jumped out of his car, struck Ksenzov's driver several times and smashed the rear-view mirror on the official’s car.

Although the official himself was not injured, Komsomolskaya Pravda noted citing a law enforcement source that the man who had jumped out of Toyota tried to open the doors of the Ford, but the passenger managed to block them in time.

Police are searching for cars involved in the incident.

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