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    The court extended the arrest of the actor from “The Boy’s Word” Bazanov

    MOSCOW, February 20The Zamoskvoretsky Court of Moscow extended the arrest of Sergei Bazanov, the actor of the TV series “A Boy’s Word. Blood on the Asphalt” in a murder case in 2011, the court’s press service reported.
    “Bazanov’s preventive measure in the form of detention has been extended,” the agency’s interlocutor said. The actor was charged under Art. “g”, “z” part 2 art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (murder of several people committed by a group of people for mercenary reasons, associated with robbery).
    According to investigators, in November 2011, two defendants and certain other persons attacked a man on Bolshoy Poluyaroslavsky Lane, he resisted, they shot him and stole 900 thousand dollars. The victim died a few days later in a medical facility. Bazanov and his accomplice did not admit guilt.

    In the sensational series “The Boy’s Word. Blood on the Asphalt” Bazanov played the role of Demid, one of the participants in the regional criminal group.
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