Inquest wraps in Moscow airport terrorist attack that killed 37
MOSCOW, September 27 (RAPSI) – An inquest into the terrorist attack at Domodedovo Airport that killed 37 and injured 172 in 2011 has wrapped, RAPSI learned Friday in the Moscow Regional Court.
The court has set October 15 as the date for a pretrial conference.
On January 24, 2011, a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in the busiest area in Domodedovo - the airport's international arrivals hall. Yevloyev, a 20-year-old native of Russia's republic of Ingushetia, was allegedly instructed to detonate the bomb.
Doku Umarov, Russia's most wanted terrorist at the time, claimed responsibility for the attack.
The group which planned the bombing was allegedly led by Aslan Byutukayev and Supyan Abdullayev.
All of the suspects have been charged under several articles of the Criminal Code, including “Murder.”
Altogether, 28 militants connected with the Caucasus Emirate terrorist organization were linked to the attack. Seventeen of them were killed in a special-forces operations in 2011. Four were detained.