According to the group of independent investigators Conflict Intelligence Team, who was killed in the explosion epicenter, a citizen of Kazakhstan is not a suicide bomber, and one of the victims of the attack.
Informed “Fontanka” reported that experts have identified the bodies of three victims at explosion in the car of the St. Petersburg metro.
According to the sources, the epicenter of the explosion in the subway on the stretch between the “Sennaya square” and “Institute of Technology” was a 22-year-old citizen of Kazakhstan Maxim Arishev. Furthermore, with high probability identified two more victims — a man and a woman.
The newspaper wrote that one of those three — the alleged suicide bomber, although a specific name is not called.
In CIT correspondent said that after reports of the explosion, the relatives were looking for in a social network “Vkontakte” Maxim Arysheva. He last came online for a few minutes before the explosion. “We believe that Maxim Aryshev was one of the victims of the terrorist attack, not a suicide bomber,” — said the representative of CIT.
In addition, the CIT found the page Arysheva on the “Your tutor”, where it is said that he gave lessons in programming and studied in the third year FINEC.
A RIA Novosti source in law enforcement said that the epicenter of the explosion really discovered the body of a native of Central Asia, but to call him a “terrorist” prematurely. “In a possible epicenter of the explosion found the body of a native of one of the Central Asian countries. But to call him a suicide bomber too early,” — said the Agency interlocutor. According to him, the investigation is considering all versions.
The explosion in the subway of Saint-Petersburg took place on the afternoon of April 3 around 14:40. In the attack, according to the National antiterrorist Committee, 11 people died in hospitals of St. Petersburg was delivered to 45 of the victims.
Conflict Intelligence Team (CIT) is a group of independent investigators, which collects and analyzes information about the fighting in Syria and Donbass. The group gathered in may 2014: it consists of six people, including its founder, Ruslan Leviev. The first high-profile investigation of CIT was the publication of the death of three soldiers of the GRU in the Donbass. One of the most famous investigations was devoted to the deployment of Russian troops in Syria. This data the team collected a month before the start of Russian military operations.
The explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg: what is known about the incident