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MOSCOW, 21 July – The Presnensky Court of Moscow sentenced Said Asadulaev to 4 years in prison in the case of a shootout in the Moscow City tower, the press service of the court reported.
“By the verdict of the Presnensky District Court, Asadulaev Said Ibragimovich was found guilty of committing a crime under Part 2 of Article 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, he was sentenced to 4 years in prison with a sentence to be served in a general regime correctional colony,” the agency’s interlocutor said.
Asadulaev was accused of hooliganism committed with the use of weapons. As Kommersant wrote, he was one of the bodyguards of businessman Gavriil Yushvaev and, according to investigators, unleashed the massacre. Asadulaev became the champion of Russia in kickboxing in 2013 in the weight category up to 81 kg, the tournament was held in Shakhty (Rostov region).
A fight with a shooting in Moscow City took place in November 2017 at the birthday party of businessman Dmitry Pavlov in the Crystal Ballroom restaurant in the Oko tower, as a result, one person was killed and five more were injured.
The conflict began due to the fact that the parked car of billionaire Gavriil Yushvaev, the owner of the Oko tower, prevented the singer Lyubov Uspenskaya from passing. Employees of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Protection” of the Russian Guard, formally hired to escort some valuable cargo, asked the driver to remove the car, after which a skirmish began. Six guards were injured, one of them subsequently died. Among the wounded were two employees of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Okhrana.
In May 2021, the Presnensky Court of the capital sentenced Magomed Ismailov and Eldar Khamidov, defendants in the case of the shootout in Moscow City, who were charged with hooliganism committed with the use of weapons, attempted murder, possession and illegal carrying of weapons, to 16 and 15 years in a penal colony. mode. However, the verdict was canceled, the cassation returned the case to the Moscow City Court, which on June 27 again sentenced them to the same terms of imprisonment.