A resident of Dagestan has sentenced to five years in prison for the shot near the Kremlin

The Tver court of Moscow has sentenced a previously convicted 25-year-old resident of Dagestan Anara Idrissov to five years in colony of strict regime for the fact that in the summer of 2015 he shot up from the sawed-off shotgun on the territory of the Alexander garden. This was reported by the press service of the Moscow Prosecutor’s office.

The court agreed with the position of state charge and recognised Idrisova guilty on two counts: hooliganism committed with a weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm.

The court found that on August 18, 2015 Idrissov, in the territory of the Alexander garden near the Kremlin walls in a condition of narcotic intoxication, “without reason, of hooliganism, flagrantly disrupting public order”, deliberately shot up with a sawed-off shotgun “IZH-54” 12-gauge. Weapons equipped in standard hunting cartridge with buckshot, Idrissov to carry illegally, note in Prosecutor’s office.

The shooter was arrested at the scene and arrested. Source Life.ru law enforcement then told me that a man fired a shotgun near the Kremlin, because previously served time in prison for robbery and wanted to go back to jail.