FSB denied information about murder of its officer in Stavropol region
Interfax, citing a source, reported that the Deputy Head could kill himself.
Earlier, RIA Novosti, citing a source in law enforcement agencies, reported about the murder of the Deputy Head of the regional FSB office in Stavropol.
The Federal Security Service Directorate of Stavropol Region called a message about the murder a "misinformation".
“This is misinformation, no one killed him," - said the representative of the service.
According to media reports, the Deputy Head of the FSB’s Directorate on economic issues in Stavropol Region Sergey Bondarenko was killed. An officer's body was found at his apartment on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 26.
Interfax, citing a source in regional law authorities, said that on the body of a man it was found several stab wounds in the abdomen, which turned out to be fatal for him. The source did not exclude the possibility that the Deputy Head could kill himself.
“The nature of injuries, including, according to preliminary data, cuts in veins, can bear evidence of the suicide", - said the source.
Also, the Internet portal Bloknot-Stavropol, citing a source in regional law enforcement bodies, reported that, according to the preliminary version, the man died from a whack to the stomach. According to the newspaper, on the deceased’s body there were found wounds, similar to signs of a struggle.
"Most likely, Bondarenko attempted to fend off the attackers," - emphasizes the Bloknot.
The publication notes that Bondarenko "has been famous person in the Stavropol Region." His wife, Yelena Bondarenko, is the Deputy of regional Duma.
In addition, about the death of law enforcement officer sources the newspaper Kommersant reported. According to it, the information that Sergey Bondarenko has died, appeared earlier, but no one spoke of violent death.
Official and more detailed information about the officer's death is still not available.
According to sources, this accident is currently under scrutinous investigation. Pre-investigation examinations have started.