Knockout from back. Co-owner of military equipment manufacturer fights United Russia member and Vova-Permyak in night club
Yury Medvedyuk has been hospitalized.
Police investigators are carrying out a check into head injuries co-owner of military equipment manufacturer Motovilikha Plants Yury Medvedyuk received in Perm, reports Kommersant.
According to Kommersant, the fight took place on January 18 in Havana Cup night club. The fight was between Medvedyuk and members of the group comprising a member of the Legislative Assembly Mikhail Arzumanov who is also a grandson of the Perm region’s first Governor Gennady Igumnov. According to the Perm media, criminal authority Vova-Permyak and unnamed citizen of Armenia or Azerbaijan were also involved in the fight.
Mikhail Arzumanov was elected the parliamentary deputy of the region in 2016; he was representing the regional branch of the United Russia party. He is a chairman of board of directors at Dobryanka urban municipal electric power systems. In the legislature, the parliamentarian is a member of a temporary working party for development of legislation related to patriotic upbringing of the youth.
Yury Medvedyuk received head injuries and was taken to the hospital following the fight.
Solyonye ushi Telegram channel unveiled some details of the incident. The channel’s authors say Arzumanov and Medvedyuk were drunk and got into a fight, but Medvedyuk mainly got injuries from the parliamentarian’s friend.
Parliamentarian Mikhail Arzumanov
Mikhail Arzumanov was quite drunk and accompanied by an ‘influential’ criminal Vova Permyak. Medvedyuk’s friends and Arzumanov’s friends were sitting in separate halls. Vova Permyak invited Medvedyuk to discuss an issue. From the very beginning, Arzumanov was angry with Medvedyuk for some reason. There was a southerner - from Armenia or Azerbaijan - among Arzumanov’s friends. It was him who knocked out Medvedyuk from his back. Before that, weak punches were thrown between Medvedyuk and Arzumanov. Medvedyuk’s skull was really smashed in, reports the Telegram channel.
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