Kolokoltsev confirmed data repeat blood test downed in Balashikha child

Kolokoltsev confirmed data repeat blood test downed in Balashikha child

Moscow. June 21. INTERFAX.RU the Results of the repeated is judicial-medical examination of the boy’s blood, shot to death by a woman in the car in the suburbs, coincide with the first results, when data were obtained about the presence in his blood alcohol, said the head of the interior Ministry, Vladimir Kolokoltsev.

“As far as I know secondary result, it coincides with the first,” — said Kolokoltsev on Wednesday on air of Russia 24 TV channel (VGTRK).

Newsmedia: examination found alcohol in the blood of 6-year-old multikarsa several media outlets citing sources reported that the re-blood shot down in Balashikha boy confirmed that he was drunk

In turn, the representative of regional Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia Elena Fokina said that the investigators find out the circumstances under which the child could drink alcohol. She confirmed that, according to the results of molecular-genetic expertise, carried out in the Department of criminology of the TFR, the boy’s blood found ethyl alcohol in the amount of 2.7 ppm.

Informed a competent source told “Interfax” that the repeated is judicial-medical examination has confirmed the fact of presence of high doses of alcohol in the body of the deceased child. “The results of repeated blood tests of the deceased child clearly indicate that the test and control samples belong to him, and they have a significant amount of alcohol”, — said the Agency interlocutor.

On 15 June, the press service of the Moscow Central Directorate of interior Ministry announced the initiation of a criminal case into the death in April of a six year old boy under the wheels of a car driven by 31-year-old woman in the yard of a house in the suburbs. The report noted that she was charged with the traffic violation that caused the death.

Forensic experts concluded, according to which in the blood of the deceased boy contained 2.7 ppm of alcohol, which corresponds to a high degree of intoxication.