A Russian wounded as a result of a terrorist attack against military commander Tatarsky passed away

One of the victims in the case of a terrorist attack in a St. Petersburg cafe against a war correspondent Vladlena Tatarsky (Maxima Fomin) passed away. This is reported by TASS with reference to the words of Judge Timur Zhidkov at the first meeting of the 1st Western District Military Court.

It was not specified in the courtroom whether the death of the victim was related to the explosion. Because of the incident, the victim’s written testimony cannot be read out along with the testimony of other people who did not appear at the trial, the judge said.

The terrorist attack, at the direction of Ukrainian curators, against the military commander was carried out on April 2 in one of the cafes St. Petersburg. According to investigators, the accused Daria Trepova (included in the list of terrorists and extremists Rosfinmonitoring) supplied with a fake driver’s license in the name of a real-life student and sent to a meeting with Tatarsky with a figurine stuffed with explosives. As a result of the explosion, the correspondent did not survive, and another 52 people were injured.

Earlier in Trepov’s courtroom, partially admitted his guilt in the case.

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