Friday, March 20, 2009

The Public Prosecutor's Office identified the basic version of the assassination of journalist in Saratov.

SyuzhetyPokushenie director of Saratov on the media "Vision" 10.03.2009Za information about the offenders named in the award of one million rubleyOsnovnoy cause of the attack on the head mediaholdninga "Sight" Vadim Rogozhina, which took place in Saratov on 5 March, the investigation finds his journalistic activities. About Interfax reports with reference to sources in the Investigation Department of UPC in the Saratov region of Russia
The representative of the Public Prosecutor's Office said that in addition to the main addresses and other versions, including the relationship of the attack on a journalist with the economic activity of organizations, which he headed. In this regard, some documents were seized and several pieces of media equipment.
However, management believes that the Saratov Branch of the Union of Journalists, the investigation has hampered the work of media, since the removal of office equipment has paralyzed the work of enterprises, in particular, its accounting. Employees feel that the actions of prosecutors - is "an attempt to take control of business enterprises, which have repeatedly reported on corruption in law enforcement agencies.
At the same time, the Prosecutor's Office stated that it did not receive treatment from the media "Vision" for the return of seized property. Seizure of documents and office equipment is, according to prosecutors, with the necessary investigations related to the economic activities of organizations.
As previously reported, the attackers attacked Vadim Rogozhina near the entrance of his house. The journalist had received at least ten blows to the head with a hard object. After several operations Rogozhin is in a coma, his condition as critical. The next day there were reports that the identikit is one of the attackers. Media "Vision" has appointed award of 1 million rubles for information that may assist in tracing the offenders.

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