Frantsuz's death: Psychotropic and Scientology
Against the backdrop of a mental disorder, Frantsuz began to search for answers in religion and even visited the Scientology church on Taganka.
Voluntary passing or suicide-veiled murder - the law enforcement agencies investigating the death of thief in law Frantsuz (Frenchman) have not yet given an official answer to this question. Meanwhile, various details of the life and activities of the once youngest representative of the criminal cop, Maxim Frantsuzov, arise.
The priority version of the incident with the scandalous ex-kingpin is suicide due to the use of psychotropic substances and the diagnosis of schizophrenia. Sources confirm that Frantsuzov was not psychologically able to recover after the assassination attempt in 2015, several times he was in a psychiatric clinic, where he was diagnosed with schizophrenia, and voices inside him insisted that "there is no reason to live." Against the backdrop of a mental disorder, Frantsuz began to search for answers in religion and even visited the Scientology church on Taganka.
At the same time, there is the version that someone helped him to jump out of the window at the 12th floor of the skyscraper. Neighbours say that before the tragedy they heard a scolding in the stairwell, there was a fight there. Moreover, a few days before the incident in the house, where the deceased lived, someone cut the wires, and as a result, the intercom and video surveillance cameras stopped working in the entrance. Looking out of the window resident of the 2nd floor discovered the body of 26-year-old Maxim Frantsuzov. The doctors who came to his call ascertained death.
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