Supervisors of senior investigator for particularly important cases Shishkina ignore her funeral
On October 12, a funeral was held for the senior investigator for the Department of Internal Affairs of the Investigative Division of the Investigative Department of the MIA Directorate on Transport in the Central Federal District, Lieutenant Colonel of Justice Yevgenia Shishkina, who was shot by unknown persons on the morning of October 10 in Krasnogorsk.
Yevgenia Shishkina was buried under three volleys by the Patrol and Inspection officers, there was no orchestra. According to the news portal Ombudsman of the Police, the investigator for particularly important cases was sent to glory by relatives and colleagues. But not by everyone, direct supervisors of Yevgenia Shishkina, exactly the head of the Department on Transport of the MIA in the Central Federal District, police lieutenant general Oleg Kalinkin and the head of the Investigative Division Investigative Department on Transport in the Central Federal District major of justice Andrei Titov, who described the deceased as "a professional and great person" in a conversation with 360 media, did not come to the funeral.
According to an anonymous source, the deputy head of the Directorate on Transport of the MIA for the Central Federal District – Head of the investigative department, Colonel Fedorov, and other officials who worked with Shishkina were in civilian clothes.
Recall that the case of the murder of the senior investigator for particularly important cases Yevgenia Shishkina on the morning of October 10 in the village of Arkhangelskoe, Krasnogorsk district of the Moscow region, was previously transferred to the central office of the ICR. Head of the department, Alexander Bastrykin, took the investigation under personal control.
Yevgenia Shishkina, who was characterized by her colleagues as a principled and honest employee, was investigating a number of important cases. Earlier it was reported that the murder of the investigator may be associated with the investigation of the withdrawal of funds from Russian Railways using the electronic ticket sales system, controlled by the son of the former head of the corporation Vladimir Yakunin, Andrey Yakunin. Prior to this, it was reported that Shishkina led the investigation of the theft of bonus miles from the participants of the Aeroflot loyalty program. Earlier, Shishkina repeatedly received anonymous threats, and her car was burned. The investigator twice wrote a report asking for state security, but the decision on her case was made by the investigator’s leadership only on the eve of her murder.