The body of the former head of the Gulkevichi district, Leonid Gutrits, was found near the building of the local prosecutor's office. August 16, 2022. Image made from video posted by Kub Mash Telegram channel

16 August 2022, 23:25

Former Kuban official blames investigators for his death

Today, the body of Leonid Gutrits, the former head of the Gulkevichi District, was found near the building of the local prosecutor’s office, and the media reported that the official left a suicide note. Lawsuits have been going on against the official for several years in a case on fraud and a case on the death of a child in a water park, local advocate Sergey Zemtsov reports.

Today, the body of Leonid Gutrits, the former head of the Gulkevichi District of the Krasnodar Territory, was found in front of the prosecutor’s office. A note was found in a pocket of the former official, in which he blamed for his death “investigators” and a “female swindler”, whose name he had mentioned in the note, the “Kub Mash” Telegram channel reports today, posting a photo of the suicide note and a photo of the prosecutor’s office building, the entrance to which is cordoned off.

According to the “Baza” Telegram channel, the cause of the death of Leonid Gutrits was suicide.

Leonid Gutrits was accused of fraud against a Kuban construction company, the “Yugopolis” reports today.

Sergey Zemtsov, a lawyer from the Gulkevichi District, reported on his YouTube channel about the death of Leonid Gutrits. According to Sergey Zemtsov, Leonid Gutrits built a water park in the Gulkevichi District, where a tragedy happened: a child drowned several years ago. A criminal case was instituted against a rescuer, but later, a criminal case was also instituted against Leonid Gutrits as the owner of the water park.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on August 16, 2022 at 01:52 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Author: The Caucasian Knot

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