Father of 'drunk' boy died in road accident denied refusal of exhumation
Roman Shimko believes that the spread of ‘fake’ news is an attempt to bring him under psychological examination.
Roman Shimko, the father of six-year-old Alyosha, who died in road accident in Balashikha, said that he does not intend to refuse exhumation of his child’s body. He told about this the website of Zvezda TV channel.
According to Shimko, such quantity of ‘fake’ news is an attempt to bring him to psychiatric examination.
“This news about refusal of exhumation — total nonsense. Lately we have not spoken with anyone in general, especially about exhumation. [I have] Such feeling that they are trying to bring me to the institute named after Serbsky,” Shimko said.
To recall, the road accident in Balashikha happened on April 23. Olga Alisova, driving at a high speed, run over six-year-old Alyosha Shimko in the yard of one of the houses. After conducting examination, alcohol was found in blood of the boy, however, this information was then denied. Media studied the biography of the defendant of a high-profile case in detail. It turned out that Alisova is a wife of a criminal leader.
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