Death of Russian in Turkey: police claim suicide, relatives do not buy this version

Death of Russian in Turkey: police claim suicide, relatives do not buy this version
Oleg Letunovsky Photo: 360 TV channel

Now relatives are conducting their own investigation.

In June 2019, 33-year-old Muscovite Oleg Letunovsky was found dead at the Armas Kaplan Paradise Hotel in Turkish Kemer. According to 360 TV channel, Turkish police said that the deceased committed suicide, but his relatives do not buy this version and are conducting their investigation.

“There were no prerequisites. He had a good job; everything was fine with friends, family, relatives. He was going to get the right to buy a car,” Oleg’s brother Sergey Letunovsky told 360.

He added that the documents received from Turkish forensics did not mention any suspicious features. Russian pathologists immediately noticed the traces of the stun gun on Oleg’s hand.

Relatives of the man decided to investigate what happened and watch video from surveillance cameras independently. But the hotel’s security service said the CCTVs were out of order that day. Then they turned to the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In Turkey, they hired lawyers to oversee the investigation.

Now the Letunovsky’s relatives are waiting for the completion of the research. After that, they will submit applications with the official bodies.

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