Refereeing champion of Russia "for kickboxing" 4 years in prison for shooting in Moscow

The Presnensky District Court of Moscow sentenced Russian kickboxing champion Said Asdulaev to 4 years in prison for participating in a shootout in the Oko tower in the Moskva shopping center.

“The court found Said Asdolaev guilty under Part 2 of Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (mass riots with the use of weapons) and sentenced him to 4 years in prison, ”the press service of the court quotes the Russian news agency TASS.

Earlier, the prosecutor demanded to sentence the athlete to 5.5 years in prison.

On the evening of November 17, 2017, a shootout took place in the Oko tower. It was attended by the security of businessman Gavril Yoshvaev and employees of a private security company responsible for maintaining order.

As a result of the clashes, seven people were injured, including two employees of the National Guard, who tried to separate the conflicting parties.

Only two of the participants in the events, Eldar Khamidov and Magomed Ismailov, appeared before the court and were sentenced to 15 and 16 years in prison, respectively.

As stated in the case file, Said Asdolaev got into a quarrel with the National Guard soldiers at the entrance to Uka, which ended in shooting.

After a quarrel in Uku, Asdulaev fled from the investigation and was wanted for three years before the criminal was detained thanks to surveillance cameras.

He had previously been convicted of illegally purchasing cocaine, which was found on him in 2015, but that conviction has now been lifted.

Source: TASS

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