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A Man in Moscow Releases Hate Manifesto, then Kills 6 People
8.11.2012 23:32
A Man in Moscow Releases Hate Manifesto, then Kills 6 People

A Moscow lawyer shot five of his colleagues, targeting those he deemed responsible for the recent end of a romantic relationship. The sixth person died in hospital the following day.

      Dmitry Vinogradov, 30, was arrested on charges of killing five of his coworkers and critically injuring two more at the Rigla pharmaceutical warehouse in northeast Moscow. On Wednesday he entered the Rigla warehouse wearing camouflage and, armed with a rifle in each hand, opened fire on his colleagues who were sitting at their desks.

      Vinogradov believed they had told his girlfirend to end the relationship with him, and he wanted her to see the murders.

      Before the killing spree took place, Vinogradov posted a manifesto on the Russian social network VKontakte, imitating Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik. He described his hatred of humanity and his desire to kill as many people as possible. 

      A criminal case is begun under a "mass murder" article. According to it, Vinogradov can be given a prison sentence from 8 years to life imprisonment.


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow incident    

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