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Aslan Cherkesov's father killed2012-06-09 14:13
Father of Aslan Cherkesov, convicted of killing a fan of Moscow "Spartak", killed in Kabardino-Balkaria. According to the investigation department of the committee of inquiry in the RKB, the body of 68-year-old Magomed Cherkesov, who moonlighted as a taxi driver, was found on June 6 in a field near the village of Kuba-Taba, Baksan district. Detectives found two stab wounds on the body, the Kommersant reported.
Cherkesov lived with his wife and daughter in Nalchik. On Monday, he went moonlighting on his car. About 5 p.m., a young man in a black uniform of security guard sat into his car. Unknown person asked to drive him from Nalchik to the Zolsky district of Kabardino-Balkaria.
Near the village of Kuba-Taba, Baksan district, located between Nalchik and Zolsky district, the passenger asked Cherkesov to pull over and stop the car. The offender got out, walked a bit, took out a knife and returned to the car. While the taxi driver returned the road, and therefore turned away from the passenger, the young man struck him two stab wounds in the chest, specified in the committee of inquiry.
The murderer hid the corpse nearby and threw the knife into the river. "Murder weapon has not been found, but the search continues", said in the committee of inquiry.
When Cherkesov has not returned home that evening, relatives and friends began searching by their own. They came to the police on Tuesday afternoon and put an application on his disappearance.
The next day, June 6, a police officer in the Baksan district stopped a car with no numbers. A young driver had no documents on the car, and he was brought to the nearest police station. Later it was learned that the car belonged to Magomed Cherkesov.
The arrested confessed to the murder and showed where he had hid the victim's body. In his words, he had long planned the crime, although he had not selected a victim.