Prosecutor General’s Office requests Russia to serve suspicion on Voronenkov’s murder contractor

Source : 112 Ukraine

The real hirer of a contract killer is Vladimir Tyurin, the crime boss and ex-cohabiting partner of Voronenkov’s wife
12:16, 25 October 2017


The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine filed a request to Russia for the provision of the international legal support for the holding of the investigation with citizen of Russia Vladimir Tyurin who is suspected in the organization of the murder of former MP of the Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov. Deputy Prosecutor General Evgen Elin claimed this as Interfax-Ukraine reported.

The Prosecutor General’s Office filed a request to serve suspicion on Tyurin according to article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (intentional homicide).

Related: Prosecutor General’s Office applies for extradition of Voronenkov’s murder contractor

The former MP of the Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov was shot in the downtown of Kyiv on March 23 at the intersection of Pushkinska and Shevchenko streets near the hotel ‘Premier Palace’. The bodyguard of the former MP injured the attacker. The medical workers tried to save the life of the shooter but he died in the hospital.

Related: Russian Investigative Committee questioned Tyurin on murder of Voronenkov

The Prosecutor General’s Office held the briefing on the finishing of the investigation of this murder and announced the transfer of the case to the court. The investigation suspect five people: two of them are detained; two are on the wanted list and one of them died.

The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine established that the real hirer of a contract killer is Vladimir Tyurin, the crime boss and the citizen of Russia of the 1958 year of birth. Prosecutor General does not exclude the possibility of the trial in absentia and putting of him on the international wanted list. The former advocate of Tyurin called this information gibberish.


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