Turkish police detain 6th suspect in case of Russian ambassador's murder
It is known that the detainee kept in touch by phone with Andrey Karlov's murderer.
In Turkey, the police detained the sixth suspect on the case of murder of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov, Anadolu reports. According to information of the agency, the detainee regularly called the diplomat's murderer.
Turkish law enforcement authorities within legal investigation have already arrested five people, including Fethullah Gülen, an oppositional activist, and law enforcement officers.
Russian Ambassador in Ankara Andrey Karlov was shot on December 19 during his speech at Russia Trough Turks Eyes exhibition in the Center of the modern art. Former police officer Mevlüt Altyntash fired at the diplomat's back several times. Karlov died from injuries on the way to the hospital, the criminal was liquidated by police officers.
First, 19-year-old Artur Gadzhiev tried to set fire to the Severny shopping center, then he began to attack the visitors with an ax and a knife, and later, after running outside, he stabbed random people in the street. Four out of the seven wounded are severely injured.
The woman said she has remained silent because she was afraid she and her daughter might have been killed. However, she decided to give the information away after the investigator who investigated the murder mysteriously died.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office, which had previously approved an indictment in a high-profile bootlegging case against billionaire and Forum St Petersburg Group of Companies CEO Dmitry Mikhalchenko, is now demanding the Russian Supreme Court to change the initial jurisdiction.