The defendants in the case of the murder of journalist Daria Dugina Andrey Kuznetsov and Alexander Suchkov admitted their guilt in part. This was reported by the correspondent TASS.
The case is being considered by the Proletarsky District Court of Tula. Both men are accused of forging documents that were used to organize the murder of Daria Dugina.
Kuznetsov and Suchkov pleaded guilty in part. According to them, they did not know that the fake car documents they had produced would be used to cross the Russian border after the crime had been committed.
Russian journalist, political scientist Darya Dugina died on August 20, 2022 as a result of a terrorist attack in the Moscow region. The detonation of an improvised explosive device planted in her car was carried out remotely.
In November, the Basmanny District Court of Moscow arrested in absentia Natalya Vovk, a suspect in the murder of Dugina, who at that time had fled to Estonia.