31 August 2017, 16:17

Power agents disclose results of Djabrailov’s drug test

On August 29, Umar Djabrailov, a former Senator (member of the Federation Council) from Chechnya, opened a pistol fire in a hotel room in the state of drug intoxication – these are the results of a medical examination. Law enforcement sources have conveyed this information to journalists.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on August 29 Djabrailov was detained after shooting from his awarded pistol in a room of a Moscow hotel. The police opened a criminal case on hooliganism (Article 213 of the Russian Federation’s Criminal Code). Sources from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) reported the detection of some white powder in Djabrailov’s room; the substance was sent for examination. On August 30, Djabrailov was released from the police under recognizance not to leave. Djabrailov himself has treated the shooting as a misunderstanding.

In 2000, businessman Umar Djabrailov participated in the presidential election in Russia, and following the results, he took the last, 11th place, with 0.08% of the votes. In 2004-2009, Umar Djabrailov was a representative of Chechnya in the Federation Council.

According to the results of the medical examination, at the time of the incident, Umar Djabrailov was in a state of drug intoxication, the “Moskva” City News Agency reports with reference to its law enforcement source.

The RBC (RosBusinessConsulting) Agency confirms this information referring to its law enforcement source.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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