Rosgvardiya officer shot dead in Perm region
Users reported that it was a domestic crime.
In Lysva, Perm region, the body of a man was found in a parked car. As the Ombudsman of the police community in VKontakte reports, the deceased was a 33-year-old employee of the Rosgvardiya. He committed suicide from the AK-74. Users reported that it was a domestic crime. The Perm Local Time Agency reported that the deceased suffered from mental disorders.
The ICR partially confirmed the information. “On Saturday, local residents found the body in a car that was locked from the inside,” the Committee’s press service stated. Officially, the Investigation Committee and the Rosgvardiya do not report the deceased’s belonging to the security agency. The photo depicts the man wearing the Rosgvardiya uniform.
The miraculous landing of an Airbus A321 belonging to Ural Airlines on a cornfield raised a number of questions in relation to waste landfills in the metropolitan area. The airbus struck a flock of seagulls because an illegal dump site was established not far from Zhukovsky International Airport. The CrimeRussia performed its own inquest to uncover ties between the emergency landing of the A321 and Andrei Vorobiev, Governor of the Moscow Region. It turned out that dump sites, seagulls, officials of Ramenskoe, and detained thief-in-law Shishkan are links of the same chain that cannot be broken even by the law enforcement authorities. After the aerial incident, a criminal case was instituted under Article 263 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (violation of the rules for traffic safety and operation of the railway, air, sea and inland water transportation systems). But the question is: why no criminal proceedings were launched in relation to the corruption and establishment of illegal landfills?