Roscosmos top-manager's murder: first suspect appeared

Roscosmos top-manager's murder: first suspect appeared
Vladimir Evdokimov was found dead in the toilet of the cell

The employee of the detention centre is accused of negligence.

In the case of the Vladimir Evdokimov's murder, the top manager of Roscosmos, in Moscow pre-trial detention center No. 5 (SIZO Vodnik) the first detainee appeared - it is deputy head of the operational department of the isolator Ivan Protsenko, accused under part 2 of Art. 293 of the Criminal Code (Negligence, which caused the death of a person). At the same time, there is no progress in the murder's investigation itself. This is written by  Moskovsky Komsomolets.

Protsenko worked in various positions in the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia system for more than five years. At the disposal of the edition one of his first declarations of income was handed. According to it, Protsenko received about 600 thousand rubles ($10.000) a year, had a car VAZ and an apartment. He himself actively engaged in sports: he is fond of football, was the captain of the team. Protsenko has a family and two children. According to colleagues, he fought illegal transmissions of mobile phones to cameras. In the institution he was responsible for transferring the prisoners from the cell to the cell.

Evdokimov was killed shortly after transferring to another cell without video surveillance. According to human rights activists, there were no grounds for the 'transfer' of the top manager. However, all questions on this topic were ignored by the then head of the SIZO.

By decision of the Presnensky Court, Protsenko was arrested. The court considered that he could influence the course of the investigation in connection with "the vast skills of operational and investigative activities and extensive connections among the acting officers of the FSIN and the Ministry of Internal Affairs." Now he is in jail near Matrosskaya Tishina. His cellmates are the FSB Colonel and a former employee of the GUEBiPK.



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