ICR reveals Ramenskoe shooter's arsenal
Igor Zenkov, responsible for the many-hour slaughter in the village of Kratovo near Moscow, was hiding from the security officials and the National Guard soldiers in a well.
The law enforcers found out what kind of weapons were available to the 50-year-old ex-EMERCOM officer Igor Zenkov. It turned out that the arsenal of the 'Ramenskoe shooter' included an Izh-18 hunting rifle, a Mauser pistol, and grenades. Let us recall that as the CrimeRussia previously reported, yesterday the man killed several neighbors in the village and then fired back at 200 security officials and wounded four of them.
They also found out that Zenkov was hiding from the operatives in a well near his house, where he managed to plunge after he had thrown another grenade at the special forces agents. After his cover was discovered, the security forces eliminated the 'Ramenkoe shooter.'
It also became known that for the last 7 years, the man had suffered from severe mental disorders and did not communicate with anyone. He left his father a suicide note, in which he complained about life. "I'm tired of living," the note said.
Accountant of psychoneurological dispensary governed by wife of Nizhnevartovsk Mayor locked up in mental health institution. She could be aware of financial frauds
A broken door, people in medical uniform, sirens – this is how a Monday evening has ended for a female resident of Nizhnevartovsk. A medical crew arrived to the former accountant of the municipal psychoneurological dispensary and forcibly took the woman to the mental health institution. The bookkeeper could be aware of financial frauds committed in the dispensary whose Chief Physician is the wife of the Nizhnevartovsk Mayor. The investigators have questions to all participants of the incident. The CrimeRussia was figuring out who could be interested in the emergency hospitalization of the accountant.
According to Sobesednik, in 2014, the President’s former guard and Governor of Tula region got an apartment in a block near the Pushkin museum. Similar apartment in the same block was up for sale for 1 billion rubles ($15 million).