The suspect in the attempted seizure of the aircraft from Surgut to Moscow was not going to Afghanistan
Moscow. 22 Jan. INTERFAX.RU Pavel Shapovalov, who was detained because he was required to send to Afghanistan the plane of flight Surgut-Moscow, has found it difficult to explain the reasons for his action.
In the video questioning, which was circulated on Tuesday, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, answering the question why he wanted to get it in Afghanistan, Shapovalov said: “It’s not as easy as it seems at first”.
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“I go (to Afghanistan) we shouldn’t have to fly,” said the man.
However, he denies that drugs or psychotropic substances before boarding.
Earlier in the press service of the TFR, “Interfax” reported that Shapovalov will soon appear before court.
“The suspect in the hijacking Pavel Shapovalov officially detained as article 91 UPK the Russian Federation. In the coming days will decide on his arrest and arraignment,” said the Agency.
The official representative of the Investigative Committee, Svetlana Petrenko said earlier that “in fact the illegal actions of the passenger on Board plane EN route from Surgut to Moscow, criminal case under paragraph “C” of part 2 of article 211 of the RF criminal code (stealing of the aircraft, coupled with the threat of violence)”.
According to her, “the passenger is intoxicated, threatening that he had a weapon, during the flight tried to break into the cockpit and demanded to change the course of the aircraft.”