Former Wagner PMC commander Andrey Medvedev, who requested asylum in Norway, was arrested for a fight near a bar in the center of Oslo and violence against police officers during his arrest. This is stated in the court ruling, which is at the disposal of the "Novaya Gazeta Europe".
On February 22, around 3:20 am, Medvedev got into a fight near a bar in the center of Oslo, after which he resisted arrest and hit police officers, the document says.
In mid-January, Medvedev crossed the border into Norway, where he requested asylum. Medvedev himself told The Insider about this and confirmed the information that he was in Oslo. Earlier, Vladimir Osechkin, the founder of the Gulagu net project, said that Medvedev managed to cross the border.
In December, Medvedev, in an interview with The Insider, said that he knew about ten cases when the "Wagnerites" executed their mercenaries who refused to participate in hostilities. According to him, he personally attended several executions. Two of the ten executions he knows about were not ex-prisoners. Wagnerian Yevgeny Nuzhin, who was killed with a sledgehammer, served in Medvedev's unit.