A second suspect helped assemble a car bomb in a rented garage in Moscow, the FSB said in a statement.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced on Monday that it had identified a second Ukrainian as one of the suspects.The murder of Daria DaguinaDaughter of Russian ultranationalist ideologue Alexander Dugin.
There was Daria Douguina He was killed when his car exploded on August 20 According to Russian investigators, it was allegedly caused by an explosive device. Two days after the 29-year-old woman was killed, the FSB said the attack was financed by Kyiv and carried out by a Ukrainian woman. Ukraine has denied any involvement.
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In a FSB statement, the second suspect, Bogdan Petrovich Tsyganenko, a man born in 1978, Helped assemble a car bomb in a rented garage in Moscow He also obtained fake documents and license plates from the woman who planted the bomb. The man reportedly left Russia via the Estonian border the day before the attack.
The FSB has named the suspect and released CCTV footage. In her obituary, she was described as Daria Douguina “Sacrificer” Prominent figures in Russian politics have said his death should embolden Moscow’s forces in Ukraine.
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