Abror Azimov, one of the figurants in the case of Saint Petersburg subway attack recognized his guilt in the crime. Armen Zadoyan, the lawyer of the assumed organizer of the attack, said that as quoted by TASS.
‘He recognized his guilt to the full extent, so to say,’ Zadoyan noticed.
The tragedy in Saint Petersburg subway occurred on April 3, at 2.40 p.m., as the train reached Sennaya Square metro station (blue line) in Saint Petersburg. The explosion claimed lives of fourteen people, including the suicide attacker Akbarjon Dzhalilov, and injured another 51.
Abror Azimov was detained on April 17; the FSB agents stopped him at a railroad crossing in Odintsovo district, Moscow region. He had a loaded gun, which was seized. Azimov, who proved to be a member of a low-profile terrorist organization, was busted when the special services went through his phone calls list. He was the only one whom the suicide bomber contacted with shortly before the attack.
Since April 3, Azimov never showed up at his place; he got rid of his cell phones, but later bought a couple of new ones and SIM cards for them. Having activated one of the SIMs, he disclosed his location and was caught.