Assistant prosecutor murdered by gay hunters raped at parochial school in childhood
Dmitry Nekrasov’s mother says he started having mental issues on this account.
An assistant to a prosecutor of Butyrsky district Dmitry Nekrasov - who was murdered by gay hunters in Moscow - had been raped at parochial school when he had been 11, reports Mash Telegram channel with reference to the victim’s mother.
The woman says the boy started having mental issues on this account. As a result, he became obsessed with homosexual orgies and BDSM. In adulthood, Nekrasov used services provided by male prostitutes and filmed their intercourse. The recordings were found in his cellphone. He is reported to have been under treatment with a psychiatrist.
22-year-old Nekrasov used a gay dates’ app Hornet through which gay hunters from a city of Perm Maksim Lunegov and Andrey Glukhikh found him. They arranged the meeting for May 8, came to his place, manhandled and strangled him. With that, they made it look as though he had died during a sexual game. They also stole valuables from his apartment.
Glukhikh was detained by police. On May 20, Moscow’s Presnensky court arrested him for 2 months. Lunegov was put on a wanted list.
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