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The criminal case of Loginov and his coach Kasperovich may be closed pending trial

2020-02-24T16:06:17.170Z

Lawyer Johann Zeggeler, representing the interests of Russian biathlete Alexander Loginov and his personal trainer Alexander Kasperovich, said that their criminal case about a possible violation of anti-doping rules could be closed before the trial.



“The prosecutor’s office opened a case, it’s so, but now there is only an investigation. There is no question of a court; an inquiry is currently underway. Of course, at the end of the investigation, the case may be closed, ”Tassgöler quotes TASS.

On the morning of February 22, searches were carried out in the rooms of Loginov and Evgeny Garanichev, as well as in the apartments of trainer Alexander Kasperovich, in order to identify evidence of a violation of anti-doping rules, which is a criminal offense in Italy. In addition, it was revealed that Kasperovich used Ukrainian accreditation.

Subsequently, the Russian Embassy in Italy reported that the primary results of the search indicate the absence of evidence indicating the use of doping. On the night of the 22nd to the 23rd, Loginov again came to Loginov to sign the protocol. In connection with the incident, the Russian refused to participate in the mass start, which took place on February 23.

Earlier, commentator Dmitry Guberniev assessed the situation around Loginov.

Source: russiart

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