The Associated Press (AP) on July 7, 2011 released the following:
“The Canadian Press – ONLINE EDITION
QUITO, Ecuador – Ecuadorean officials say they have arrested a Russian man wanted by Interpol on weapons and explosives charges.
Col. Jose Ortiz of the Judicial Police says Maxim Myasnikov was detained in Cumbaya. That’s an upscale suburb of the capital, Quito.
Ortiz says Myasnikov had been living there on falsified documents since 2006. He was selling construction materials and had travelled to Peru several times.
Interpol says he is wanted for “crimes against life and health” as well as crimes involving weapons and explosives. The 34-year-old man born in the Tajikistan city of Leninabad is awaiting deportation to Russia.”
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