New version of double homicide committed in the north of Moscow
The relatives of the deceased husband demanded to share the apartment.
A new version appeared in the case of a double murder in the north of Moscow; probably, the crime was committed out of the inheritance, MK writes. According to the newspaper, the relatives of the deceased husband were suing the murdered woman for the two-room apartment left by her husband.
Recall that on the eve it became known that the bodies of a 35-year-old woman and her 12-year-old son were found in an apartment on Sofia Kovalevskaya Street, they were killed with a knife. According to the Mash Telegram channel, while the main suspect is a man who paid suit to the deceased.
The mother of the woman found the bodies. She said that her daughter, who had become a widow a year ago, had recently met a new man, and he often visited the deceased. Neighbors also confirmed this information, but the woman had no conflicts with him.
But the killed woman often complained about the litigation initiated by the relatives of her deceased husband. According to the newspaper, the mother-in-law and the sister-in-law tried to sue a part of the apartment.
The conflict began a year ago, when Katerina’s spouse Vadim, who owned the apartment, died during their joint trip to Vladimir from a stroke. Katerina returned to Moscow, where her husband's relatives filed a complaint.
It is worth noting that Vadim and Katerina did not live long - the man was a military man, and they met during his business trip to Vladimir about three years ago. Then Vadim moved his future wife and her son to Moscow. According to the neighbors, they lived quietly, spent a lot of time together on joint trips and vacation.
We add that the investigation is conducted by the Moscow ICR.
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