“I will feed on the bread of tears, as befits a son.” 23 yo from Sochi puts hit out on his parents and younger sister to get house by sea
A police officer acted as a killer.
23-year-old citizen of Sochi decided to put a hit out on his parents and younger sister to gain possession of their house by the sea, reports KP.
The man shared the plans with his friend and asked to help in finding a committer. However, the friend - instead of helping in finding a killer - reported to the police. Police officers decided to stage the murder to detain the monster son.
One of the police officers called him and introduced himself as a killer. The guy offered him 3 million rubles ($45 thousand) for the murder of his family and gave him the home plan; he also warned him about a home security camera and a dog in the yard.
“How are you going to behave yourself?” The ‘killer’ wondered.
“I will feed on the bread of tears, as befits a son,” the guy answered.
After that, the police convinced the parents into taking part in the stage. Photos of allegedly murdered mother and father were taken. The ‘killer’ handed them on to the guy who paid him a part of the above mentioned amount. He promised to give him the rest, as soon as the house is sold.
After he received the information and corroborative material related to the murder of his parents and younger sister, the defendant signed a promissory note and gave it to the ‘committer’. The guy is accused of preparations for a murder of two or more persons and a minor (item 1 of article 30, item 3 of article 33, items 2 a, c, g of article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation)
In case court proves his guilt, he will face up to 15 years behind bars.
Major of the Operative Unit No. 6 in the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, Kirill Dvoretskov, is the nephew of General Boris Pishchulin, who used to head the police of the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.