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Organizer of murder of Amina Okueva notified on suspicion

Source : 112 Ukraine

The suspicion was filed to a native of Chechnya, who is the citizen of Russia now
15:45, 19 May 2020

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The law enforcers notified suspicion to the organizer of the murder-for-hire of Amina Okueva and attempted murder of Adam Osmayev as the Prosecutor General’s Office reported.

The suspicion was filed to a native of Chechnya, who is the citizen of Russia now. A perpetrator found killers in the territory of Ukraine and they shot the car with Amina Okueva.

In January 2020, the killers were detained.

Related: Okueva case: Suspect obtained citizenship illegally, - police

The murder of Amina Okueva occurred in the Kyiv region on October 30, 2017; she and her husband were attacked from an ambush. The shooter used an assault rifle of a 5.45-mm caliber. Okueva took a bullet to the head, while Osmaev sustained a leg wound and survived the attack. The woman of Ukrainian origin, Okueva was a Muslim; she was buried in Dnipro city, according to the Muslim traditions.

The criminal proceeding was opened due to the murder of Okueva. Ihor Redkin, the citizen of Ukraine of 1964 year of birth, was detained in the suspicion in the murder of Amina Okueva.

 

 

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