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The court refused the absentee arrest of the "Crab King" Kan
The central district court of Khabarovsk refused the absentee arrest of the “Crab King” Oleg Kan, who is suspected of organizing the murder of businessman Valery Pkhidenko in Primorye. The investigator's application was rejected.
“The court rejected the investigator’s request for the absentee arrest of the suspect,” said assistant judge Valentina Koroleva to EastRussia.
The murder occurred in Vladivostok in October 2010. The investigation revealed that the organizer of the crime was Sakhalin entrepreneur Oleg Kan. He was attracted as an accused and put on the federal wanted list, but could not be detained, since he left Russia. Investigators asked the court last week arrest in absentia "Crab King" and put him on the international wanted list.