The court upheld the refusal of the UK to initiate a new case against Mason


Basmanny court of Moscow upheld the refusal of the investigation to initiate a new criminal case against the leadership of the Moscow Domodedovo airport, in particular its owner, Dmitry Mason, in connection with the bombing of two passenger planes by suicide bombers in 2004, reports “RIA Novosti” from the courtroom.

“The court decided to accept the decision of the Investigative Committee lawful and justified, complaint of the representative of the victims, to reject,” said the judge Yulia Safina. The representative of victims Igor Trunov told the Agency that he will appeal the decision of the Basmanny court in Moscow city court.

Instituting a new business petitioned victims, who believe that the attacks could occur through the fault of the Bricklayer, “which is not organized at Domodedovo airport’s normal security system. The investigative Committee refused to open a new business.

August 24, 2004, suicide bombers blew themselves up in a Tu-154 of airline “Siberia” and Tu-134 of airline “Volga — aviaekspress”, taking off from Domodedovo. The attack killed 89 people.

Currently Dmitry Mason is a defendant in a criminal case on the terrorist attack at the airport in 2011. According to investigators, in 2010, the airport management changed the system of examination, with the result that in January 2011, a suicide bomber Magomed Yevloyev was able to enter the building and detonate a bomb. The attack resulted in the deaths of 37 people, and another 172 were injured. Three accomplices Yevloyev was sentenced to life in prison, sentenced to ten years in prison.

In February, Mason was detained and placed under house arrest in the case of the terrorist attack in 2011. In early July July, the Moscow city court released the owner of the airport under house arrest. Prosecutors also petitioned for the termination of criminal prosecution of Mason and other defendants in the case, however, the UK refused to do it.

In early June 2016 Domodedovo created a charitable Fund and commenced payments to victims of the terrorist attack in 2011.