Security guard of Blagoveshchensk-based college, where massacre occurred, had no work permit
Criminal case has been initiated.
Security guard of Blagoveshchensk-based college, where massacre with victims occured, had no work permit at an educational institution, reports TASS.
The Investigative Committee of Russia has already initiated a criminal case into failure to deliver the proper security.
“The security guard was not employed properly. He was registered under a temporary paper. He had neither work permit, nor any category of security guard activities,” Yury Shishlenin, a head of the regional directorate of Rosgvardia told the media.
In the morning, on November 14, fourth-year student of the Amur college of construction and housing and utilities infrastructure Daniil Zasorin came to the college with weapon and opened fire. According to updated data, three persons got injuries. One person died, the shooter committed suicide.
Criminal case under items 2 a and 2 i of article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Murder of two or more persons committed maliciously). According to preliminary data, the incident was caused by a conflict between the students of the college. Theory prevailing on social networks is that the massacre was caused by Zasorin’s revenge to his course-mates who had raped his girlfriend in a dormitory.