Accused in the murder of the bass player “lube” was released

Обвиняемый в убийстве бас-гитариста «Любэ» вышел на свободу Maxim Kind, the alleged perpetrator of the death of Paul Usanov, was released on his own recognizance. The journalists allegedly told the wife of a famous musician Juliana. They say that a woman does not find this decision fair.

      Обвиняемый в убийстве бас-гитариста «Любэ» вышел на свободу

      In early April of last year, the bass guitarist of group “lube” Paul Usanov was severely beaten in Moscow. After that, the man was taken to the Institute of ambulance behalf of sklifosofskiy. The doctors fought for the life of the musician, but to save her failed. On suspicion in murder of Paul Usanov was detained 39-year-old resident of Solnechnogorsk Maxim Good.

      Widow bass player “lube” spoke openly about the tragedy

      Recently appeared in the media review of the widow of the famous musician. She allegedly reported that the Good was released. Journalists quoted the woman telling us about the trials through which she had to undergo.

      The article also quoted the words of Julian, saying that lawyers had made Good Maxim retraining articles, and currently he faces charges of causing death by negligence. It was argued that in this context, a suspect in the murder of a bass guitarist released under his own recognizance.

      Обвиняемый в убийстве бас-гитариста «Любэ» вышел на свободу

      Later a note with the alleged review of the widow of the famous musician was removed from the website edition. At the moment the woman claims that did not communicate with journalists and told about the tragedy that occurred in her family.

      Recall that the 40-year-old bass guitarist of the band “lube,” Paul Usanov, died 19 April 2016. Two weeks earlier he was urgently hospitalized with a severe wound of the head. The man received a serious head injury in a fight. The tragic event occurred in the Moscow suburb of Dmitrov. Usanova funeral was held April 22 in his native city of Novocheboksarsk.