Kadyrov: ex-policeman committed suicide was not bodyguard
Alikhan Muzaev guarded household buildings outside settlements, said the Head of Chechnya.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the Head of Chechnya, said that former employee of the law enforcement bodies Alikhan Muzaev, who committed suicide and was suspected of links with militants, was not his personal bodyguard.
"Muzaev was never a member of security of the Head of the Chechen Republic, he did not visit the territory of the Government. He was assigned to guard household buildings outside settlements," - Kadyrov told reporters.
"Some media reported Muzaev was a bodyguard of the Head of the Chechen Republic. I say once more, it's not true, absolute lie. He was never a member of security of the Head of the Republic or any other official. He never performed these functions! He was an ordinary guard. I cannot disclose any other details. The work is underway,"- added the Head of the Republic.
Windows and glass doors of the educational institution were broken. Many students tried to escape through windows. The Polytechnic College doorkeeper said that it took the ambulance very long to arrive.
Shortly before the attack on his college, Roslyakov purchased an inexpensive Turkish rifle - Khatsan ESCORT. In order to fire 70 shots from this riffle, the murderer - as it had been calculated earlier - had had to shoot non-stop or had accomplices, experts believe.