Interpol’s officers extradited policemen's killer from Germany to Moscow
The suspect in the shooting of police officers Vakhtang Javakhadze was extradited from Germany.
Officers of Interpol of the Russian Interior Ministry and the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service escorted Vakhtang Javakhadze, who is suspected in the murder of police officers in 2006, from Germany to Moscow. Then, according to investigators, the detainee was involved in the robbery that took place in the Southern Administrative District of Moscow. Arrived on call up police went to the apartment, where it was hiding criminals. Attackers introduced as owners of housing and let police into the apartment, which immediately opened fire on employees of the Interior Ministry. From injuries law enforcement officers died.
In fact of the police murder a criminal case was opened. The suspect in the shooting Javakhadze was put on the international wanted list. Soon, he was arrested in Germany. August 30, German law enforcement authorities have satisfied the petition of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation and handed over the suspect to the Russian side.
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