In the Perm Territory, a Russian killed his brother’s cohabitant and her girlfriend for the sake of an inheritance
In the Perm Territory, a Russian accused of murdering two women will appear before the court. This was announced on Monday, January 30, by the regional department of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR).
According to the investigation, the cause of the massacre was the inheritance – the attacker decided to deal with the cohabitant of his deceased brother, who, according to the will, was the legal heir to the property. In order to make an alienation in favor of a relative and later to get it himself, the attacker armed himself with a firearm and went to the victim’s house in the village of Kety.
When he burst inside, it turned out that her friend was visiting her brother’s cohabitant. The man fired at each woman in turn, and then, armed with a knife, stabbed his victims in the vital organs.
Currently, the criminal case has been sent to court for consideration on the merits.
On January 28, it was reported that in Tatarstan, three local residents who beat and drowned a 46-year-old woman would appear before the court.