Russian ex-prison official shoots himself dead in court after being found guilty of extortion

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Publish Date : 2021-04-01


Russian ex-prison official shoots himself dead in court after being found guilty of extortion

Moments after the judge found him guilty, Viktor Sviridov, the former chief of Russia's federal penitentiary service's motor transport department, took out a pistol and shot himself.

'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS.

The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media.



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Sviridov's lawyer, Alexander Kotelnitsky, told TASS that his client had stage four cancer, but did not appear to be in a depressed mood when he went into court Wednesday morning.

Sviridov had been under travel restrictions since his indictment.

Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition.

CNN has reached out to the court for comment.

Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. Sviridov had been under travel restrictions since his indictment. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. Sviridov had been under travel restrictions since his indictment. Moments after the judge found him guilty, Viktor Sviridov, the former chief of Russia's federal penitentiary service's motor transport department, took out a pistol and shot himself. Sviridov had been under travel restrictions since his indictment. The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. Sviridov's lawyer, Alexander Kotelnitsky, told TASS that his client had stage four cancer, but did not appear to be in a depressed mood when he went into court Wednesday morning. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media. Sviridov had been under travel restrictions since his indictment. Authorities are investigating how Sviridov was able to carry a weapon into the courtroom, the court press service said. TASS reported that the metal detectors in the court were in good, working condition. 'After the guilty verdict was handed down, Sviridov committed suicide. He died on the spot,' the emergency services told TASS. The 71-year-old had been convicted of extorting 10 million rubles ($158,500) from the former deputy director of the penitentiary service, Alexander Sapozhnikov, according to Russian media. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. Moments after the judge found him guilty, Viktor Sviridov, the former chief of Russia's federal penitentiary service's motor transport department, took out a pistol and shot himself. CNN has reached out to the court for comment. Sviridov's lawyer, Alexander Kotelnitsky, told TASS that his client had stage four cancer, but did not appear to be in a depressed mood when he went into court Wednesday morning.

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