According to preliminary information, last weekend in Moscow, Colonel of Justice Anatoly Kashirokov stabbed a man during the conflict. Kashirokov fled, and the victim turned to law enforcement agencies. According to sources familiar with the state of emergency, the victim is Kashirokov’s brother.
Currently, the former employee of the procedural control of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Kashirokov (previously worked under General Sergei Zolotarev, who now heads one of the key divisions of the Prosecutor General’s Office – the Main Directorate for Supervision of Investigation, Inquiry and ORD) is trying in every possible way to “close” the issue and already has this is an agreement with the head of the Main Investigative Committee of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the city of Moscow, Andrey Strizhov. They already had an audience and a closed conversation on this matter.
PS Colonel Kashirokov has low shares and poor performance in the GSU of the Russian Investigative Committee for the Moscow Region. At the final Collegium in the Moscow Region Glavka, he received a serious scolding from the leadership and had plans to move from Krasnogorsk to another position (possibly to another subject). The main reason for the low performance of Kashirokov is the conflict with the Krasnogorsk city prosecutor Sergei Molochkov.
Apparently, being in prolonged stress, Kashirokov could not stand the emotional load and during the conflict with his brother (the information is being specified who was the victim – the brother or another man) took out a knife and stabbed. As they say, crazy.
In the 90s, the Orekhovskaya organized crime group and other criminal communities had an expression in which they showed their ideological commitment and readiness to go to the end, regardless of anything and no one (even their relatives) – more brother, less brother. Apparently, Colonel Kashirokov, having refreshed his memory of these foundations 30 years ago, decided to apply them in today’s realities. We will continue to monitor this matter.