The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia has placed a citizen of Ukraine, Yuriy Denisov, on the wanted list. He was allegedly involved in the explosion that killed the “military commander”.
Representatives of the ruling regime in the Russian Federation put Ukrainian citizen Yuriy Denisov on the wanted list on suspicion of liquidating Kremlin “military correspondent” Vladlen Tatarsky. This, in particular, is proven by the search base data of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
“Denisov Yury Mikhailovich, born on August 13, 1987. Place of birth – the city of Snezhnoye, Donetsk region, Ukraine. Wanted under the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation,” said the department’s database.
However, the article itself, in which the search is carried out, is not indicated in the message.
Recall that on April 2, an explosion occurred in a cafe in the center of St. Petersburg during the “creative evening” of Vladlen Tatarsky (real name – Maxim Fomin). The pseudo-journalist, who was serving a sentence for robbing a bank, died on the spot. In addition, 30 “fans” of the so-called “military correspondent” were injured.
Russian law enforcement officials said Russian Daria Trepova brought a statuette filled with explosives to the event and gave it to Tatarsky.
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