Businessman Amiran Giorgadze, accused of the murder of 4 people. Housing in Krasnogorsk arrow were searched, he himself is wanted by the judicial authorities. With all of this, the route the attacker came after the assassination on a surveillance camera.
Amiran Giorgadze filed the complaint on the precedent of killing 4 people in the Krasnogorsk district, informs LifeNews. The case was transferred for further investigation to the 1st Directorate for investigation of particularly significant cases of GSU SK of Russia across Moscow region.
In the near future the investigators are going to interrogate the driver Georgadze, Shota Elizbarashvili. After the interrogation, they will decide on the conclusion of the witness into custody.
According to the TV channel "360 Moscow area", construction company "Myakininskaya riverlands", one of the founders of which is considered to be Georgadze, are searched. On the official web-site of the organization stated that the organization's office is located on Komsomolskaya street in Krasnogorsk.
Also, it became known that the route arrow after he committed the murders civil servants got on surveillance cameras. The footage is noticeable, as Georgadze leaves the administration of the Krasnogorsk area after committing a double murder there. The shooter wanted to hurry to disappear from the place of offence in their own car Range Rover.
The entry recorded as a businessman,breaking the rules, go into the oncoming lane and tries to push in and out of traffic. After that tremendous speed he flies several streets. Just a couple of minutes the killer managed to travel from the center of the city. Meanwhile the search for the accused continued.
Remember, October 19, the attacker broke into the rear of the city administration of Krasnogorsk and shot and killed 2 civil servants. After trying to track down the head of Odintsovo district, he killed the pensioner who became an accidental witness to what is happening. Later in the home arrow was found the body of another of his victims.
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