Depicted: three-year-old boy shot in failed assassination attempt on his Ukrainian political father
- Sasha Sobelev, 3, was shot in the head after & # 39; assassins had hit his father & # 39;
- The boy's mother, Inna Soboleva, 33, said that & # 39; monsters & # 39; her & # 39; little angel & # 39; have killed
- His father, Vyacheslav Sobelev, 47, worked as a politician in Donetsk, a city owned by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine.
This is the first photo that was released of the three-year-old son of a politician who died in a & # 39; assassination attempt & # 39; to his father who went wrong.
The little boy, Sasha Sobelev, was shot in the head in the backseat of his father's Range Rover near a restaurant in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
The mother of the toddler Inna Soboleva, 33, posted that & # 39; monsters & # 39; her & # 39; little angel & # 39; had killed.
Sasha Sobolev, 3, is depicted for his tragic death in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. Archers shot the toddler in the head in a & # 39; assassination attempt failed & # 39;
An image of the murder scene shows an image drawn or painted by Sasha in the rear seat of the Range Rover, where he was shot in Kiev. The toddler died on the way to the hospital
Image shows the starting point of the shot in Vyacheslav Sobelev & # 39; s – Sasha & # 39; s father – Range Rover after the murder of his son in Kiev, Ukraine
Politician Vyacheslav Sobelev, 47, is believed to have been the target of the attack.
Sasha – full name Oleksandr, sat in his car seat at the rear of the vehicle when bullets hit the car.
He died in an ambulance shortly thereafter, according to reports.
His father – unharmed in the shooting – drove and got out of the car and screamed for help in the aftermath of the attack, witnesses said.
Sasha Sobolev is portrayed as a baby with his parents Inna, 33, and Vyacheslav, 47. Sasha & # 39; s mother Inna named the killers & # 39; monsters & # 39; and said that she was her & # 39; little angel & # 39; had taken away
The vehicle is seen behind a police cordon in Kiev, Ukraine, after the shooting of three-year-old Sasha
Investigators can be seen inspecting the riddled Range Rover in Kiev after the shooting
Inna was also in the car with Sasha and her husband. Sasha was the first child of the couple. They married in 2015.
The boy was the fifth and youngest child of Sobelev, a politician and businessman who owns the Mario restaurant, which was close to the shooting.
He was previously executive director at the state energy company Naftogaz of Ukraine.
The shooting happened close to a restaurant in Kiev, owned by Vyacheslav named Mario (photo). He also owned a supermarket chain in Donetsk, owned by rebels
Two men in their early twenties were detained after the shooting. Other accounts said they were 19 and 18 years old.
One was a decorated sniper named Andrei Lavrega, with the nickname & # 39; Quiet & # 39 ;, adorned by the former president of Ukraine, Peter Poroshenko, was reported.
It is understood that both men had fought with pro-Ukrainian anti-terrorism forces. Reports mentioning law enforcement officials said they were both later charged with murder.
After the shooting, the Ukrainian police are in front of the cordon of the crime scene in Kiev. The police arrested two men, the age of which is unclear, both of whom have been accused of killing the toddler
Sobelev was a prominent politician in Donetsk – a city now owned by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine – where he also owned a supermarket chain.
Law enforcement said there were three theories about the attempted life of the politician that ended with the death of his son.
These were that the motive was a family or household problem, a financial dispute relating to his businesses or a matter of his & # 39; past professional activities & # 39 ;.
Kiev has suffered a number of notable murders in recent years.
In 2016, investigative journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in a car bomb.
In 2017, the exiled Russian legislator Denis Voronenkov was shot dead by a hit man.
Interior Deputy Minister Anton Herashchenko of Ukraine said that Sobolev was the & # 39; target & # 39; but refused to say more.
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