Russia Gym Shooting Record In Cctv
The killer shot the victim in absolute cold blood when he was exercising on a treadmill in the gym. There were other people nearby, and the killer did not even consider it necessary to hide his face.
Yesterday, April 12, 40-year-old Albert Heydarov, known in the criminal community as Albert (Alik) Red and Albert Pitersky, was killed by three shots. The incident took place at about 13.00 in the sports hall of the Alye Parusa residential complex.
On the video from the surveillance cameras, you can see that the hired killer entered the hall with a weapon in his hands and, approaching the treadmill on which Red was training, fired several times. The footage shows how, after what happened, people rush out of the hall in a hurry, and the killer himself, not particularly in a hurry, leaves after them.
On the fact of the incident , a criminal case was initiated under two articles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation: "Murder" and "Illegal arms trafficking." Hot on the heels, the investigators identified the alleged perpetrator Taleh Namik oglu Orujov, a native of Azerbaijan, who was put on the wanted list. If the suspicions are confirmed and he turns out to be the hired killer, he will be charged under Art. 105 and art. 222 of the Criminal Code (murder and illegal arms trafficking). As for the motives of the crime, the Investigative Committee of Russia has no doubts that Alik Ryzhiy was the victim of a criminal showdown.
This was not the first attempt on the life of Heydarov. Earlier in Turkey, the authority was almost shot in a criminal showdown near one of the restaurants. It is noteworthy that in June 2020, Ali Heydarov was released on parole. The crime boss was convicted in 2015 by the Frunzensky Court of St. Petersburg for robbery, fraud and forgery of documents together with three accomplices. He was serving time in correctional colony No. 4 in the Republic of Mari El. The administration of the colony then noted that the convicted regime did not violate and was firmly on the path of correction, and therefore they decided to satisfy the lawyers' petition for parole. After his release from the colony, Ali Ryzhiy lived most of the time in Moscow, in the same residential complex in the gym in which he was killed on April 12.