Violations in detention facility, where top-manager of Roscosmos died
As check of department showed, the manual of the detention center did not control a situation in the cell, where Vladimir Evdokimov was killed.
The capital Prosecutor's Office found violations when checking the pre-trial detention center No. 5 (Vodnik), where on Saturday, March 18, the executive director of Roscosmos Vladimir Evdokimov was killed.
As it is said in the message of supervising department, appropriate submission has already been made to the Moscow Administration of Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia. In particular, the prosecutor's office announced the manual of the pre-trial detention center did not set due control over Evdokimov and his cellmates - supervisors did not withdraw from prisoners a knife which killed the director of Roscosmos.
“In this case, as prosecutor's check showed, emergency — Vladimir Evdokimov's death — was a consequence of the violation of the law allowed by officials of pre-trial detention center-5”, it is said in the message of prosecutor's office.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the body of arrested Evdokimov was found about 4 o'clock in the morning on March 18 in toilet location of the camera which door was ungated from within. On his body physicians recorded knife wounds in heart. Later the Investigative Committee called the event murder and declared the beginning of interrogation of cellmates of the top manager of Roscosmos. Besides, sources, close o investigation of the resonant case, report that by results of survey of the body, it is possible to draw a conclusion that Evdokimov before death resisted unknown attackers. After inspection of the scene investigators drew a preliminary conclusion that the death of the former top manager of Roscosmos had violent character, but was not result of mutilations, which it put himself.
“The recreated shock path in a neck allows to draw a single-digit conclusion that the prisoner could not injure himself”, reported a source of Interfax.
We will remind that the investigation brought to the arrested executive director of Roscosmos on quality control and robustness Vladimir Evdokimov charge of large swindle as a part of an organized criminal group for 200 million rubles ($3.4m). He was arrested in Moscow in December of last year.
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