Head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov says he will take under his control the investigation of the murder of Norik Shirin—head of Crimean Tatar youth NGO “Birlik-Edinstvo”, who was killed in Crimea 8 years ago.
“The investigation of the murder is the matter of prestige of the law enforcement officers. There is no doubt that such a matter should be taken under control of the authorities, as the human’s life was taken. I am sure that the police will do its best to investigate the issue”- Aksyonov assured.
Crimean head noted that the crime may have been a political move still he denied further comments on the issue.
A student of economical faculty of Taurida National Vernadsky University, head of Crimean Tatar youth NGO “Birlik-Edinstvo” Norik Shirin, 22, was found dead in his car on Dec 20, 2006.
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