“No comments” from German police: world kickboxing champion Musa Musalaev and his relations with criminal world
The identity of person, who shot, and motives of the murder have not been established yet.
In Germany, the world champion in kickboxing Musa "Prince" Musalaev was killed. According to the edition Augsburger Allgemeine, unknown fired at 37-year-old former athlete from Tatarstan near the entrance of his house in the Ludwigsfeld district of Neu-Ulm. The attack took place on November 18 in the evening. The masked offender fled on the passenger seat of a car waiting for him. Later, Musalaev died in hospital from wounds.
The German police has not established the identity of the shooter and the motives of the murder yet. On the same day, local media began to report about Musalaev’s connection with the Russian criminal world. Jürgen Schweitzer, the city main detective, did not comment on these reports: "I can neither confirm nor deny."
Investigators also checked Muslaev’s murder in connection with other similar crime commited in the city Bitenhaym-Bissingen. 7 months ago a man was killed, who turned out to be the world champion in kickboxing. However, the identity of this person is not disclosed.
Multiple world champion in kickboxing Musa Musalaev was an adviser of Tatarstan President on physical culture and sports, the captain of the Tatarstan “Prince Team”. He was selected an embassador of the 2013 Universiada. He completed career in 2012 and a year later moved to Germany.
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