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The Supreme Court did not regret the murderer of Khabarovsk powerlifter
The Supreme Court of Russia did not satisfy the appeal against the verdict of Anar Allahveranov, who was previously found guilty of the murder of Andrei Drachev’s power lifter in Khabarovsk. The sentence was left unchanged.
The fact that the sentence of the Khabarovsk Regional Court on the punishment in 18 years of the strict regime colony did not soften, the regional regional prosecutor's office reported.
In December 2018, the Regional Court recognized Anar Allahveranova guilty of murder from hooliganism motivations of world powerlifting champion Andrei Drachev. The defendant was sentenced to 18 years of imprisonment in a high-security penal colony. Also, he was appointed an additional punishment - restriction of freedom for a period of two years after serving the sentence.
The murder occurred in Khabarovsk on the night of August 20 2017. As the court established, Anar Allahveranov from hooligan motives struck the powerlifter with more 20 punches and kicks, and when he fell, finished him off. After that, the attacker disappeared and surrendered to law enforcement in a few weeks.