On June 8, the Supreme Court of Karelia sentenced 57-year-old businessman Yevgeny Yablokov to 18 years of imprisonment in a strict regime colony with restriction of liberty for two years. The court also satisfied the civil claims of the victims for compensation for moral damage (2.8 million rubles).
As the lawyer of the victims, Anatoly Khomenya, told Stolitsa na Onego, the defense “is completely satisfied with the verdict of the Supreme Court and does not intend to challenge it.” Yablokov received the maximum term, all four victims received compensation. The relatives of the deceased are supposed to compensate for moral damage in two million rubles, the young man, whom Yablokov shot through the hood, is entitled to 300 thousand rubles, and the two escaped participants in the shooting – 250 thousand rubles each.
Let us remind you that businessman Yevgeny Yablokov is accused of murdering a citizen of Azerbaijan, the driver of the owner of a Karelian barbecue, entrepreneur Marif. The incident took place in March 2020 at house No. 44 on Pravdy street. According to the investigation, after the conflict with the man, Yablokov shot him with a hunting rifle. The latter died on the spot.
Earlier we wrote that Yablokov is counting on a jury trial.