Parents of 'drunk' boy intend to exhume body for another examination

Parents of 'drunk' boy intend to exhume body for another examination
Roman Shimko

Father of the deceased child Roman Shimko is trying to get Investigative Committee's permission for exhumation.

The family of the deceased under the wheels of a foreign car 6-year-old Alesha Shimko is trying to exhume the body. Boy's father Roman Shimko wants to prove that the results of the forensic examination, according to which the child was in a state of severe alcohol intoxication at the moment of the accident, were mistaken. It should be noted that the repeated examination of the deceased boy's blood test, conducted last week, did not reveal traces of alcohol. As experts concluded, it was impossible to establish the presence of ethyl alcohol in the provided blood washings.

Public page Mash, citing a specialist from the Federation of Forensic Experts, notes that exhumation is necessary for the collection of muscle tissue of the boy, having investigated which it is possible to establish whether Alesha Shimko was drunk at the time of the accident.

The tragedy, we will remind, has occurred in Zheleznodorozhny district of Balashikha on April 23. 31-year-old Olga Alisova, driving a car Hyundai Solaris in the courtyard of a house, knocked the child down, then continued the movement, dragging him along with another 10 meters. From the received wounds the boy died. According to eyewitnesses, the car was traveling at a speed of about 50-60 kph, and the woman was talking on the phone. Alisova claims that the child rushed under the car. The boy was returning from a walk with his grandfather, but he did not notice the car. At that moment the pensioner was carrying a children's bicycle and did not have time to react.

This incident was widely publicized when in June the boy's parents received a medical examination report that 2.7 per mille alcohol was found in the child's blood, which corresponds to severe intoxication.

It is possible that the high-profile case has a corrupt nature. Thus, human rights activists of the organization are sure that at the end of April 2017, Olga Alisova gave investigator Dmitry Arinushkin a bribe of 1.5 million rubles ($28.800), some part of which was transferred to expert Mikhail Kleimenov, who, in turn, replaced samples, sending them not to the institutions of the Moscow region, as was due to the job description, but to Moscow. Human rights activists claim that Kleimenov deliberately tried to lead the investigation into a dead end, providing a virtually false expertise.



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