At a renowned Russian university that educates spies and diplomats, the son of a prime minister shoved his lover to her death from a fourth-floor window.
Tomiris Baysafa, a 21-year-old “excellent student,” was killed by Murtuz Medzhidov, 26, who was caught in custody after pushing her 40 feet through a window.
In a prison colony with harsh discipline, he has been imprisoned for 13 years.
The 21-year-old was injured in the incident back in April 2018, and the fall caused several fractures.
A few weeks later, the student passed away, and the police opened an investigation.
The deceased girl’s mother, who had decried Russia’s legal “lawlessness” after Medzhidov was acquitted a year earlier, launched a crusade for justice that resulted in the verdict.
Son of Mukhtar Medzhidov, a well-known former prime minister of the oil-and-gas producing nation of Dagestan.
The heartbroken mother, 42-year-old Zhanna Akhmetova, had alleged that her daughter had been disparaged as “an incredibly sick psycho-emotional person” and that solid forensic evidence had been disregarded.
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The presidents of Kazakhstan, where she was born, and Russia, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, had received her pleadings for justice.
At a secret retrial, a jury at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), a school for diplomats and spies, unanimously determined that Medzhidov had committed murder.
The mother had taken on the role of a detective and had been diligently gathering forensic evidence.
She asserted, however, that her daughter had been unfairly treated in the initial court session.
Expert forensic testimony that described in great detail how “he beat her, wrung her arm, and hurled from the window” was disregarded, as was the outcome of a polygraph test administered to the accused.
The reputable institute allegedly took action to prevent a conviction for a murder committed on its property, according to her legal team.
The courtroom was really horrible, she remarked.
“I would never wish this on anyone, in no way.
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