The media learned the details of the open in Russia criminal case on the murder Boronenkov

The investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (RF IC) opened a criminal case on the murder of the former Deputy of the state Duma of Russia Denis Boronenkov in Kiev and the illegal circulation of weapons for crimes used by the killer Paul Parsow. This writes the Russian “Kommersant” with reference to own sources.

The basis for the investigation of a crime, the publication, was an article of the Russian criminal code, which States that foreign nationals not residing permanently in the Russian Federation and who have committed a crime outside it, are subject to criminal responsibility if their crime is aimed against the interests of the Russian Federation or a citizen of the Federation.

“A source close to the investigation added that at the time of his death Voronenkov has received Ukrainian citizenship, but have not been deprived of citizenship of the Russian Federation. In turn, the statements of the representatives of the Ukrainian authorities about the fact that the murder Boronenkov crime is “Russian trace”, sent a crime and against the interests of Russia”, – notes the edition.

According to the publication, has formed investigative team, which included the investigator Denis Arenov, which is a criminal case about the organization of ex-Deputy voronenkova by fraud in especially large size. The production is in this case assigned to another employee of GSU SKR.

According to the newspaper, in the nearest plans of the investigative group – questioning friends and relatives of Denis Boronenkov, living in Russia.

eat time the Prosecutor General’s office shall prepare and send to Ukraine a number of requests related to this investigation. “However, it is possible to assume that inquiries and orders will be answered, and the proceedings of the very murder case will soon be suspended”, – sums up the publication.

We will remind, on March 23 in Kiev in the shooting death of a former member of the Russian state Duma Denis Voronenkov, who took Ukrainian citizenship and testified against fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych.