Former Professor, historian Oleg Sokolov, accused in the murder of PhD student Anastasia Yeshchenko became involved in another criminal case. As reported by the St. Petersburg media, he was charged with illegal arms trafficking.
“Wash 78” with reference to the representative of the family Yeshchenko writes that under the article was a sawn-off shotgun small-bore rifle TOZ-17. Precisely because of these weapons, believed to be the falcons shot the victim when she lost consciousness as a result of strangulation. Later, investigators believe Sokolov dismembered the body and tried to get rid of the remains, drown them in the river. The weapon was later found in the apartment of the historian.
With reference to the lawyer of the family of the deceased Alexandra baksheeva the publication reports that in the near future will begin the familiarization of the accused with the case materials, which by April should go to court.
Mash reports that the protection Sokolova failed to prove that he was not made illegal sawed-off shotgun, and received his “inherited” from previous owners of the apartment.
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