MOSCOW, October 25 (RAPSI) - Student Timur Bekmansurov, who stands charged with shooting in the Perm State University that led to the death of 6 people, refused to challenge his detention.
After 10 days from the detention order there were no appeal from him, RIA URA.RU reported citing the Perm Krai Court.
Earlier, the young man pled guilty to the mass murder and did not object to his detention. The Dzerzhinsky District Court in Perm in mid-October ordered Bekmansurov’s detention for two months. When detained he was put in a detention center's detachment for disabled persons, as doctors earlier took off his leg.
According to investigators, in September, the student entered the university and did the shooting. As a result of the attack, 6 people died and 28 were injured. Bekmansurov was injured when resisting arrest and taken to hospital.
A criminal case was opened over murder. The defendant could face life in prison if convicted.
Two officers of the Perm State Road Safety Inspectorate who took down the student were advanced in rank.