Azerbaijani General Prosecutor’s Office and Interior Ministry issue joint statement: Farda Gadirov’s links with Armenian are investigated

Azerbaijani General Prosecutor’s Office and Interior Ministry issue joint statement:  Farda Gadirov’s links with Armenian are investigated
# 15 May 2009 18:31 (UTC +04:00)
Interior Ministry’s press service told APA that the investigative-operational group consisting of officers of General Prosecutor’s Office and Interior Ministry established for the investigation of criminal case on the fact of killing or attempting to the lives of innocent people at the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy continued taking appropriate measures.

Faculty and staff of State Oil Academy, who witnessed the tragedy, including driver and passengers of the a bus, by which Farda Gadirov came to Baku from Georgia, persons he contacted during his stay in Baku, residents of the building he lived as well as the persons worked in facilities nearby were questioned. Moreover, phone conversations of those supposed to be involved in the crime were analyzed, searches were conducted in their apartments and other necessary measures were taken.

Video snapshots registered when Farda Gadirov left home for the State Oil Academy on the day he committed the crime are analyzed as well.

Besides, members of the investigative-operational group have been sent to Russian Federation and Georgia to investigate the contacts of Farda Gadirov as he live in those countries.

As a result of measures taken jointly with Georgian law-enforcement bodies, various documents belonging to Farda Gadirov, receipt of the pistol he used in the crime, 14 bullets, two cartridge clips, knife, gloves and three photos were found and taken from Farda Gadirov’s house in Dashtepe village.

“24 fevralya 2009 q. Qadirov Farda Odinokiy Volk» and «U menya kajdıy şaq smert. 10 noyabrya 2008 q. Qadirov Farda” words were written on the backside of the photos.

Notes with different telephone numbers, 15 videocassettes with words “Have a look at telephone came and you will know who I am” in Russian, “There is no love for me, but the hate only, I’m coming to Baku, I will shoot everyone I meet irrespective of their ages, I will not give up to police, I will experience pleasure in killing” words written in his phone, wolf mask as well as views reflecting his firing from the pistol were found and taken.

As a result of measures taken jointly with Georgian law-enforcement bodies, it was cleared that Farda Gadirov returned from Russian Federation to Dashtepe village in October, 2008 and he regularly telephoned and met Georgian citizen Grigoryan Sergey Yegorovich, 48, with Armenian origin and bought “Makarov” pistol (500 lary) and 100 bullets (200 lary) together with him.

Sergey Grigoryan’s links with this crime as well as the legality of the pistol are investigated. At the same time, the State Border Service investigates transport of gun from Georgia to Azerbaijan.
It should be noted that as the parents and relatives of Farda Gadirov did not accept his body, it was buried as unknown.
Despite law-enforcement bodies provided detailed and comprehensive information about the crime committed at the State Oil Academy, unfortunately some pro-opposition political party representatives and their press agencies attempt to take advantages from this tragic event for their political purposes.
They spread various false information in different schools and universities and try to aggravate socio-political situation in the country.
However, all these kinds of attempts directed to the violation of public-order will be prevented and special measures will be taken against the organizers and participants of these actions.
Investigative-operational group continues taking appropriate measures.
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THE OPERATION IS BEING PERFORMED