More rigorous charges for man who run over pregnant woman in Moscow
The examination revealed a narcotic substance of the cannabinoid class in the blood of the professor at a Moscow university, who had run over a pregnant woman to death.
The actions of Sinergia Moscow University employee, Mikhail Isakhanov who had run over a pregnant woman to death, have been reclassified to a part of an article of the Criminal Code, which provides for a more severe punishment. This is due to the results of a recent examination, which revealed a drug in Isakhanov’s blood. This is reported by TASS.
The experts concluded that at the time of the accident, Isakhanov was under the influence of cannabinoids, that is, he smoked marijuana or hashish. In accordance with this information, the investigation reclassified the defendant’s action to part 4 of Art. 264 (Violation of Traffic Rules committed by a person who is in a state of drunkenness, which action has, by negligence, entailed a human death). Now Isakhanov faces up to 7 years in prison.
To recall, the fatal accident involving an employee of the Moscow university took place in the north of the capital in June. 31-year-old Isakhanov run over two women, who were waiting for the green traffic light on the sidewalk. One of them, a Moscow resident Natalya Lvova, who was in the last month of pregnancy, died along with her baby. Another woman was hospitalized with severe injuries.
In 2003, the killer and his accomplice shot mob Merab Tabagua and the shot callers Alexey Kryukov and Ivan Zankevich from the Kalashnikov rifle near the Apelsin cafe in the Sovetsky district of Bryansk.