Investigative Committee sees no crime in death of Senator Kulabukhov's son in Belgorod
As reported by a representative of the regional ICR Office on Wednesday, investigation has not found a criminal component in the death of Deputy Head of Tavrovsky rural settlement of the Belgorod district Aleksandr Kulabukhov, son of Federation Council Member Ivan Kulabukhov.
Representative of the district administration has told RIA Novosti that Aleksandr Kulabukhov was found dead on November 8 in Belgorod. A number of local media outlets has reported that he committed suicide. A pre-investigation check of the incident has been held. In particular, investigation has tried to establish whether there was a suicide, incitement to suicide, and death caused by negligence.
"It's been decided not to institute criminal proceedings in the absence of a crime... That is, it was not a crime... No crime has been committed," official representative of the regional ICR Office Elena Kozyreva told RIA Novosti, adding that "we are confident it was a suicide."
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