In Kiev, detained the maniac who committed 10 murders within the three countries, and among them five – in the Russian capital, said the chief of UMVD of Ukraine in Kiev, the General-the major of militia Alexander Tereshchuk.
the suspected was arrested one of Kiev hostels. Detainee - a man born in 1973, citizen of Uzbekistan, unemployed, unmarried.
"During interrogation, it Was determined, because it is just a strong dislike of women from childhood... Tied it in the cafe, He drank beer. He said that During the detention: "If you're not tied, I would have committed another murder. Tonight I had planned the murder, and I just never stopped." In deed He did not repent, " said Tereschuk 112. Ua. In addition, Tereschuk said that in the process of investigation of resonant murders committed in the area of metro station "Teremki" and " Red farm ", the Police worked around the clock: "the Police tried to talk less about this in the media, and to work on catching the criminal. Along with this I Want to say about the fact that all places of public entertainment, the subway exit had been blocked by employees of criminal investigation. We knew that the perpetrator will not stop. It was evident that the murderer is a serial maniac who " worked on women ", and then raped their dead "." at the end of November He was released from penal institutions in Russia and came to the capital of Russia. Today it is known that five women He killed in the capital of Russia, 3 killings in Uzbekistan and two murders in Kiev. In Uzbekistan We contacted colleagues, He brutally took the life of a woman with a knife, cut off her head, and then raped. If we talk about the killer, He was tried four times. Sentenced to 38 years in prison, " added Tereshchuk. Why in spite of such period the violator of the law was free, it didn't say." If Kiev Police did not stop the criminal, then perhaps it would be lawlessness, which some time ago made Onoprienko, a large number, Chikatilo, could be more, because the cruelty that He showed is incredible, " added Tereshchuk.