Kazan: one of those shot by member of OCG Tukaevskie dies. Suspect wanted
Another victim is in a city hospital with a gunshot wound.
In Kazan, one of the victims who had been shot in the center of the city, on Ostrovsky Street, died of serious injuries. Another victim is in a city hospital with a gunshot wound, ProKazan.ru reports.
The incident occurred on December 25 and fell into the lenses of surveillance cameras. The record shows how a man approaches a car and makes a shot. The driver gets out of the car, after which the attacker shoots him point-blank a second time. The driver's friend is trying to stop the criminal and snatch the weapon from his hands. However, he gets shot in the stomach.
According to investigators, the suspect is a Kazan businessman and a former member of the Tukaevskie organized crime group Rinat Raimdzhanov. Last year, Raimdzhanov appeared in the criminal case of beating as a victim. The members of the organized criminal group Tukaevskie tried to kill him. According to one version, he himself provoked a conflict.
According to the ProKazan.ru newsportal, Raimdzhanov recently was engaged in extortion, threatening former friends from the criminal past. It is reported that shortly before the murder he came to the Central Market of the city with a grenade, threatening to arrange an explosion if he was not paid.
A criminal case has been initiated. The search for the offender continues.
Video: An unknown man shoots two men in the center of Kazan
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