Victims in road accidents involving former Head of Kemerovo Traffic exasperated by re-examination results

Victims in road accidents involving former Head of Kemerovo Traffic exasperated by re-examination results
Photo from the accident scene

Relatives of fatal accident victims are preparing to apply for the transfer of the investigation to another region.

The results of already the second examination carried out in the framework of the criminal case on the resonance accident involving ex-Head of the Kemerovo region Traffic Police Yuri Movshin dissatisfied victims.

According to Denis Losev, whose wife died in the accident, the State-owned Federal State Institution Forensic Center of the Interior Ministry (FGKU) has provided a report, which completely contradicts the first. Losev says that experts "have ignored the law and a set of rules of the road." In particular, the report says that in the section of the road, where the accident occurred, there are no signs and markings prohibiting overtaking. According to Losev, this markup 1.1 (solid line) is at the site of the collision. In his application, he and nine other victims have notified the investigation that they could require transferring the investigation to another region.

The regional MIA Central Board prefers not to comment the results of re-examination, however, as the Kommersant newspaper writes citing a source, results, which are marked in the report, also dissatisfied the investigation. Therefore, law enforcement officers decide to appoint "additional autotechnical examination", which is also entrusted with FGKU. It is expected that third examination will be held in January.

Recall that the accident occurred at the end of April 2016. The car of Movshin rammed another car, turning off the road on a country road. In this accident there were killed four people – girls-bikers, who were driving on the friends’ day of birth. The ex-policeman did not get a scratch. Movshin is charged with Violation of Traffic Rules, which caused the death of two or more persons.

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