In the video .. "blood spot" solves the mystery of a murder that took place 18 years ago
The killer explains how he committed the crime.
In January 2003, in the city of Frolovo, in the Russian Volgograd region, the cold corpse of a 51-year-old housewife, strangled, was found in a private house, along with the body of her lover with a broken skull, who was still alive at the time, but soon the man died in the hospital .
The Russian media quoted the security services as saying that it was not possible to solve the crime without delay, but the investigators collected physical evidence and conducted a number of examinations.
On the clothes of the victims, specialists from the genetic laboratory of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia found blood stains belonging to an unknown person.
Years later, a check of the rules showed that the blood belonged to a local resident, a 42-year-old who had been repeatedly convicted and had a criminal record.
During the arrest, the man immediately confessed and confessed in detail what had happened.
According to the perpetrator's confessions, shortly before the murder, when he was 24 years old, he met neighbors who lived nearby.
The offender received an invitation from the victim to visit her house, and at some point the hostess gave a hammer and asked her guest to install a fence around the house with a hammer, but the guest did not like what his neighbor requested, so that the wife's lover quarrels with him, and the situation developed into a murder, as the offender used the hammer in the quarrel He broke her lover's skull, then strangled his neighbor.
The killer claimed, during his confession, that it all happened by chance.
The offender, who is currently in custody, was charged under Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, relating to the “murder of two or more persons”, which provides for a prison sentence of up to life imprisonment.
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