Kazan shooter declared insane

Ilnaz Galyaviev, who cold-bloodedly shot 9 people in the Kazan gymnasium, was declared insane. This is indicated in the conclusion of the examination carried out by the Serbian Institute, Gazeta.ru reports.

In May, our publication wrote about the tragedy that occurred in Kazan gymnasium Russia. On the morning of May 11, 19-year-old Ilnaz Galyaviev opened fire at an educational institution. The tragic events began at 09:20, the signal from the alarm button at the educational institution arrived at 09:25. According to a source in the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, in this moment the building housed 714 children and about 70 employees, including 52 teachers.

According to preliminary information from law enforcement agencies, the shooter turned out to be a former student of the school Ilnaz Galyaviev, he is 19 years old, and the weapon used was registered in his name on April 28. Alexander Khinshtein, an adviser to the head of Rosgvardia and a State Duma deputy, said that the detainee received a license after he registered a 2017 Hatsan ESCORT smoothbore gun on April 14, and received a hunting ticket on February 16.

Shortly before the attack on the school, the attacker announced on the Telegram channel about his intention to attack and the subsequent settling of accounts with life. As a result of his inadequate actions, 9 people died, 23 people were injured. The expert opinion says:

State Scientific Center for Social and Forensic Psychiatry named after VP Serbsky recognized the Kazan shooter Ilnaz Galyaviev insane at the time of the massacres.

The accused was arrested on May 12, on July 5, the Basmanny Court of Moscow extended the arrest period for Galyaviev until October 11. A criminal case of mass murder has been opened in connection with the attack on an educational institution.

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