Hockey player Sokolov’s younger son released from custody
Arseny Sokolov has not been charged yet.
The son of hockey player Maxim Sokolov Arseny, 15, was released after 72 hours. The investigation has not charged him, although he remains the main suspect in a case of the murder of his mother and attack on his brother, telegram channel Mash reports.
The press service of the regional Investigative Committee explained that Arseny was released in view of his good behavior in custody, character references and age. In addition, expert examinations that could provide direct evidence of Arseny’s guilt are not ready.
As The CrimeRussia wrote, the tragedy in the Sokolov family occurred on June 13 at their house in the village of Novaya Romanovka near St. Petersburg. According to the investigation, Arseny attacked his mother Irina and his 18-year-old brother Maxim with a knife. The woman died on the spot, the boy is in serious condition under the supervision of doctors.
Arseny himself claims that it was Maxim that committed the attack, and he first managed to escape to ask his neighbors for help. Having returned home and seen the dead mother, Arseny, Ashe said, could not stand it and stabbed his brother with a knife several times.
The miraculous landing of an Airbus A321 belonging to Ural Airlines on a cornfield raised a number of questions in relation to waste landfills in the metropolitan area. The airbus struck a flock of seagulls because an illegal dump site was established not far from Zhukovsky International Airport. The CrimeRussia performed its own inquest to uncover ties between the emergency landing of the A321 and Andrei Vorobiev, Governor of the Moscow Region. It turned out that dump sites, seagulls, officials of Ramenskoe, and detained thief-in-law Shishkan are links of the same chain that cannot be broken even by the law enforcement authorities. After the aerial incident, a criminal case was instituted under Article 263 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (violation of the rules for traffic safety and operation of the railway, air, sea and inland water transportation systems). But the question is: why no criminal proceedings were launched in relation to the corruption and establishment of illegal landfills?