Expert on case of ‘drunken’ boy: Alcohol could be introduced posthumously
Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine at the Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy Yury Pigolkin suggested that alcohol could have been injected posthumously in the deceased boy’s body.
According to Yury Pigolkin, someone from the morgue could have injected alcohol into the body of the 6-year-old child killed by a car before the autopsy was performed in order to falsify the results of the examination.
The expert noted that within hours after death, the liver and muscle tissue continue to maintain viability and perform oxidative functions in the body. This explains the fact that acetaldehyde was found in the child’s blood. At the same time, Pigolkin noted that if his assumption was true, the results of a second examination during the exhumation would remain the same, that is, the blood would contain traces of alcohol.
Forensic Expert Aleksandr Aulov made another suggestion on this matter. He believes that either the blood was diluted with alcohol during biological sampling, or the tests were taken twice from a third person.
Let us recall that, as previously reported by the CrimeRussia, the 6-year-old Alyosha Shimko was killed by a car outside of his own house when returning from a walk with his grandfather. The tragic accident took place on April 23 in the Zheleznodorozhny district of Balashikha. 31-year-old Olga Alisova was driving her Hyundai Solaris at a speed of 50-60 km per hour and talking on the phone at the same time, when she hit the boy on the way to the entrance hall to the building. Then she dragged the body for about 10 meters more. The child’s grandfather, a pensioner, was carrying his bicycle at the moment and did not manage to react on time and save his grandson. Alisova insisted that the child died at his own fault, jumping in front of the car.
After the accident, the parents sought initiation of a criminal case for almost a month. It is noteworthy that until recently, Alisova was listed as a witness. She has been charged and is currently under travel restrictions. To note, all CCTV footage of the local cameras has mysteriously disappeared. The most incredible thing about the case is the forensic medical report, according to which the deceased 6-year-old boy was drunk. The alcohol content in his blood was equivalent to a bottle of vodka.
According to expert Mikhail Kleymenov, who signed the report, he had simply taken a sample of the biological material and sent it to a Moscow clinic for examination. Without looking, he signed the documents with the examination results. At the same time, the doctor who took the biological material sample hastily went on vacation. It should be also noted that Alisova's husband is a member of the local organized crime group, responsible for kidnapping, murder, robbery, extortion, and rape.
Meanwhile, the parents of the deceased child agree to conduct exhumation. In addition, according to experts, a repeated comparative analysis of the boy's blood can be carried out using samples of biomaterial from the bottom of Alisova’s car.
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