Murder mastermind demands money from killer for unfulfilled task
A mercenary engaged a friend for a crime, but both later decided not to overstep the law.
The Leninsky District Court of Nizhny Novgorod refuted the appeal of the killing mastermind against the killer, who received an advance payment and refused to perform the task. The judge recognized the filing of the claim as “unfair behavior of the claimant” since the subject of the dispute was outside the law. This was reported by the joint press service of the courts of the Nizhny Novgorod region.
In 2016, the defendant ordered the murder of a roommate for 150 thousand rubles ($2300) and transferred 86 thousand as an advance. The killer engaged a friend who was familiar with the victim and persuaded the killer to fully provide him with the execution of the order. The man was not going to kill a friend.
The killer also changed his mind to fulfill the order and went to the police. Under the control of the operatives, he handed over the photo of the body to the customer. After that, the woman was detained and imprisoned.
The court announced the refusal in absentia.
Former Head of the Losino-Petrovsky district of the Moscow region, Oleg Fetyukov, did not enjoy his power in the local administration for a long time. Just a year after his appointment, the long-term deputy of Andrey Vikharev voluntarily resigned. The courageous step did not save Fetyukov from arrest. Immediately after this, a number of media outlets stated that Fetyukov was “set up”– the charges seem too small to his defenders. The enemies attributed to Fetyukov did not achieve too much either. So whom does the ex-head of Losino-Petrovsky “replace” under investigation and how long will the investigators be content with the replacement?