Businessman and former Senator from the Chechen Republic Umar Dzhabrailov has put forward a new version of what happened in Moscow Four Seasons hotel. The TV channel “Russia 24”, he said that the shooting, which he had made in a hotel room, connected with the state of his nervous system. On Saturday, September 2, RIA Novosti reported.
“It is connected with my nervous system, my feelings and state of nervous breakdown, of passion. Unfortunately, fired two shots into the ceiling”, — said the former official.
Besides, the businessman noted that he is “the man shell-shocked”. “I’m a combatant, I reserve officer — fought in Chechnya once during the regime WHO (contrarieties operations — approx. “Of the tape.ru”). And apparently, it worked,” he admitted.
Dzhabrailov added that carries a gun for self-defense, and to shoot anyone not going, and shots into the ceiling produced “out of desperation”. He said he was willing to bear the punishment for the offense, and also admitted that, in addition to premium gun Yarygin, he has a Kalashnikov rifle, donated by the designer.
The businessman has denied the information that in his room was found some white powder. “Nothing criminal was, the powders were not only, maybe washing powder, I don’t know,” he said.
August 31, Dzhabrailov was named by them the shooting “an unfortunate mistake”. The businessman claimed that, resting in the room he decided to check out your premium gun for a few years never used, and as the experience of handling weapons he never had fired several random shots up.
The incident involving former Senator occurred on the evening of August 29. No one was hurt. Originally put forward version that Dzhabrailov started shooting due to the fact that his dinner is waiter brought the cleaning lady. A law enforcement source told that the businessman had found a white powder of an unknown substance, it is sent for examination.
Against the businessman criminal case on hooliganism, he was released on his own recognizance. In addition, membership Dzhabrailov in the party “United Russia” is temporarily suspended.