Ruslan Yamadayev’s murderer will spend the next 16 years in a high-security prison
Arsaliyev got a term for participation in the murder of the Hero of Russia, and the assassination attempt of banker Alexander Antonov, while being Timur Isaev. At some point, it became clear that Timur Isaev was not his real name.
Two years of prison, that was the verdict of the court in relation to Islam Arsaliev already serving a prison sentence for involvement in the murder of the Hero of Russia Ruslan Yamadayev and attempted murder of financier Alexander Antonov. As reported by the Rosbalt, Arsaliyev was convicted of robbery and participation in a criminal group. 2 years of imprisonment were added to the existing term. Thus, the next 16 years Arsaliyev will spend in a high-security prison.
Previously, the CrimeRussia reported that Arsaliyev was sentenced for participating in the murder of Yamadayev and attempted murder of the banker Antonov under the name of Timur Isaev. At some point, it became clear that Timur Isaev was not his real name. In fact, he is Arsaliyev Islam, wanted for robbery, illegal possession of firearms and robberies committed on the territory of Chechnya.
According to the materials of the criminal case, since 2003, Arsaliyev participated in the criminal group that was involved in robberies for the purpose of stealing vehicles. Stolen cars were taken to Ingushetia and sold there. During the special operation, all active members of the gang were detained, Arsaliev managed to sneak away, which resulted in him being placed on the wanted list. For a more thorough conspiracy, the fugitive has used a false document of a native of Chechnya Timur Isayev and under that name committed several crimes in Moscow, in particular, took part in the murder of Ruslan Yamadayev and attempted to kill Alexander Antonov.
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