The seventh accused in the case of methyl alcohol poisoning in Tyumen was arrested

The Central District Court of Tyumen has arrested 35-year-old Alexei Kamyshev, a sales representative for Leader Group, the seventh accused in a case of fatal methyl alcohol poisoning of nine people. On Tuesday, January 11, TASS reports.

The person involved in the case is accused under Article 238 (“Sale of goods and products that do not meet the requirements of the safety of life or health of consumers, resulting in the death of two or more persons by negligence”) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. He will be in jail until March 6.

On January 10, it was reported that investigators demanded the arrest of ten suspects in the case of poisoning with surrogate alcohol. In this case, saleswoman Elena Miroevskaya, the owner of the Rubin LLC outlet Malik Mammadov, Farid Eyvazov and Ibragim Gojayev are officially not working anywhere. On January 8, two more people were arrested in this case – Emin Hajiyev and Islam Aliyev.

On January 8, it became known that nine people died from alcohol poisoning in Tyumen. According to the investigation, since January 3, unlicensed alcohol-containing liquid with a vodka label “Springs of Siberia” has been sold in retail outlets on the streets of the city.

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