The gang that killed the university professor will be tried in Zaporozhye

Photo: Prosecutor’s Office of the Zaporozhye region

The prosecutor’s office told about the results of the investigation

One of the gang members, then still a policeman, asked the professor to help the investigation and act as an interpreter, and when the professor arrived, he was attacked and killed.

Before the court will appear four members of an organized criminal group, which is accused of the murder of a professor at a local university. This was reported by the regional prosecutor’s office.

According to the investigation, the 46-year-old native of Tunisia, with the aim of committing an attack on a teacher, professor of the department of Zaporozhye National University, who at the same time headed the Center for the provision of educational services to foreign citizens, and the seizure of his property, created an organized criminal group, which involved three local residents.

“When the teacher left his workplace and sat down to the car of the accused, he was robbed and killed. The body of the deceased and other traces of a criminal offense were later hidden in a forest belt near Zaporozhye,” the report said.

It is noted that the group members acted according to a pre-developed plan. First, the victim received a phone call from one of the gang members, who was a police officer at the time, with a request to help law enforcement officers and act as an interpreter from Arabic in legal proceedings.

Recall that a professor at ZNU, a member of the Arab diaspora, disappeared in the fall of 2020. About, that he was killed, it became known in March. Later, law enforcement officers decided to tell the details of the criminal case. It was noted that the organizer of the murder is a native of Tunisia… Three citizens of Ukraine were also involved in the crime, including a police officer.

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