Killer of former State Duma deputy Voronenkov died in intensive care
Doctors could not save the life of the killer.
The killer, who killed ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov in the center of Kiev, died in the hospital on the operating table. Doctors could not save his life.
Recall, today on Taras Shevchenko Boulevard ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov was shot. He came out with a security guard from the hotel, when the killer shot him from a TT pistol. The ex-parliamentarian was wounded with 3 or 4 bullets into the abdomen and neck area. Former deputy's guard returned fire and wounded the attacker. The killer received bullets in the chest and head area. A total of 20 shells were found at the scene of the crime.
Law enforcement authorities still establish the identity of the killer, without disclosing preliminary data. Sources specify that the suspect was born in 1988. It is interesting that the killer was found with a Ukrainian passport. Police officers establish the authenticity of the document. In addition, according to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko, the suspect had accomplices, who brought him to the crime scene by car Daewoo. The location of accomplices is unknown.
It is known that before the murder of the former deputy of the State Duma the killer was wanted. He was wanted by the Dnipro police on suspicion of fictitious entrepreneurship and legalization of proceeds from crime.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (GPU) clarified that today, on March 23, Denis Voronenkov was to appear in the office to testify about the case of former President Viktor Yanukovich. Representatives of the GPU reported that the guard of the former parliamentarian had served in the Ukrainian law enforcement agency and had been attached to Voronenkov to ensure his security. However, the SBU and GPU denied the information that the former deputy and his wife Maria Maksakova were under state protection.
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