Father of boy died in road accident in Balashikha accused investigators of falsification
According to Roman Shimko, the specialists of the Investigative Committee of Russia, who carried out the expertise, abused official powers by committing office forgery.
Father of the boy, who died being hit by Olga Alisova's car, Roman Shimko filed a petition to Investigative Committee in which he accused the specialists who found alcohol in the blood of his son of official powers abuse, falsification of proofs, office forgery and giving obviously false testimonies. This was reported by Kommersant.
Earlier, as the CrimeRussia wrote, Oleg Shimko told about results of the expertise, which was carried out by specialists in Germany. According to the expertise, the blood of the boy did not contain alcohol. Moreover, according to experts, “the revealed violations call into question reliability of conclusions of the reviewed findings [availability of alcohol in the child's blood] and demand conducting repeated examination”.
To recall, the tragedy happened in Zheleznodorozhny district of Balashikha on April 23. 31-year-old Olga Alisova, driving her the Hyundai Solaris in the yard of one of the houses, hit Alyosha Shimko. From the received traumas the boy died on the spot. According to eyewitnesses, the car speeded at about 50-60 km/h, and the woman was speaking on the phone. Alisova claimed that the child himself rushed under the car.
Two criminal cases are being investigated within the incident: over the road accident (conducted by the police) and over negligence when conducting the examination (conducted by the Investigative Committee). It should be noted that there is still no suspect in the second case.
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