Mother of student murdered by St. Petersburg historian Sokolov felt sick during funeral service
The funeral ceremony for the deceased girl was held in the Trinity Church in her home village of Starovelichkovskaya, Krasnodar region.
The mother of the murdered and dissected graduate student of St. Petersburg State University, Anastasia Yeshenko, Galina felt sick during the funeral service. The woman was crying at her daughter's tomb.
“During the farewell ceremony for the killed student of St. Petersburg State University, a medical team was called for her mother,” Pyaty Kanal reports. It is noted that an ambulance was on duty at the church. The funeral ceremony for the deceased girl was held in the Trinity Church in her home village of Starovelichkovskaya, Krasnodar region, Nation News reported.
Anastasia Yeshenko died on November 7. Her partner, St. Petersburg State University historian Oleg Sokolov admitted to the murder. He shot the girl in her sleep and then dismembered her. He was arrested on the morning of November 9 while trying to get rid of the arms of the murdered woman. Already on November 11, a court of St. Petersburg arrested Sokolov until January 8, 2020.