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MOSCOW, June 27 (Itar-Tass) — Two suspected killers of judge of the Moscow City Court Eduard Chuvashov, who was killed in 2010, were detained in the Vladimir Region, the public relations centre of the Federal Security Service told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
“During the search within the criminal case, which was opened over the murder of federal judge Eduard Chuvashov on April 12, 2010, suspected killers, who are residents of the Moscow Region, Maxim Yuryevich Baklagin, who was born in 1985 and was on the federal wanted list, and Vyacheslav Yevgenyevich Isayev, born in 1985, who were hiding in a rented flat in the Vladimir Region, were detained in a special operation by the FSB agents on June 26,” the public relations centre said.
Eduard Chuvashov was gunned down in the morning on April 12, 2010, at the entrance of the house, where he lived in Strelbishchensky Bystreet in downtown Moscow, when the latter was going out of his flat.
The judge was specialized in the trials over the criminal cases for grave and heinous crimes. Chuvashov passed the last verdict to 12 skinheads from the White Wolves group. The defendants were sentenced from 6.5 to 23 years in prison.
Meanwhile, Chuvashov pronounced a guilty verdict in a high-profile criminal case against the group of nationalists headed by Artur Ryno and Pavel Skachevsky, who were accused of attempts at murders out of interethnic strife and hatred.