Assistant to State Duma deputy committed suicide in Moscow cemetery
The deceased's body was discovered along with a suicide note on his daughter's grave.
The Investigative Committee Directorate in Moscow have launched a check into the dead body of Assistant to State Duma deputy V.P. Nikiforuk at the Kotlyarovskoe cemetery.
According to Life's source, the man killed himself. There was found a suicide note next to him, in which he said not to blame anyone for his death. The body was found on the grave of his daughter, who died in November 2016.
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