Timofey Mokiy, who is suspected of attempting to assassinate a TV presenter, has been arrested until August 3. On the eve of the media reported the arrest of his full namesake in the case of an attempt to set fire to the military registration and enlistment offices in the Moscow region .jpg” alt=”The court arrested another suspect in the attempt on Solovyov” />
The Basmanny Court of Moscow until August 3 arrested Timofey Mokiy, suspected of preparing an assassination attempt on TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov, the press service of the court told RBC.
TASS, citing a law enforcement source, reports that Timofey Mokiy was involved in the case group of nationalists Anton Vasiliev, whose members were convicted for a series of explosions and attacks on foreigners motivated by interethnic hatred in 2008-2009. According to the agency, he helped collect explosive devices.
On the eve of the Baza Telegram channel, it was reported that the full namesake Timofei Mokiy was detained in Lyubertsy near Moscow, who is suspected of trying to set fire to military registration and enlistment offices in Balashikha and Shchelkovo in May. According to Telegram channel 112, Mokiy was involved in another incident on April 25: then he set fire to the checkpoint of the police department in the Kosino-Ukhtomsky district in Moscow. 112 also writes that the name Mokiya figured in the case of the Vasiliev gang.
On April 25, the FSB announced that the assassination attempt on Solovyov had been prevented. According to the agency, it was trained by members of the terrorist organization National Socialism/White Power, banned in Russia, on the instructions of Kyiv. The service distributed a video with one of the detainees, where he claims that attacks on Dmitry Kiselyov, Olga Skabeeva, Yevgeny Popov, Tigran Keosayan and Margarita Simonyan were also discussed.
The Security Service of Ukraine called the information about Kyiv's involvement in what happened. The department emphasized that it had no plans to make an attempt on Solovyov.
The next day, the Basmanny Court arrested two other defendants in the case— Maxim Druzhinin and Vasily Strizhakov— until June 25th. They were charged with Part 1 of Art. 30, paras. "b, f, g, h" Part 2 Art. 105 of the Criminal Code (preparation for murder in a generally dangerous way) and part 3 of Art. 144 of the Criminal Code (obstruction of the legal professional activities of journalists with the threat of violence). Strizhakov pleaded not guilty.
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