"Tired of living." Self-murderer from Moscow bench turned out to be Baumanka student facing expulsion
Pavel Fedorov in a suicide note asked not to investigate his death.
The person that committed suicide on a bench in the center of Moscow has been identified. He turned out to be a fourth-year student at Baumanka, Pavel Fedorov, 23. According to telegram channels, today Pavel Fedorov missed the last retake of an exam on ballistics of rocket and barrel weapons. The subject is difficult, devoted to the development of rocket and artillery systems.
The published videos from surveillance cameras show how the student first wanders around the playground with weapons, and then sits down on a bench and shoots himself in the head.
It is also known that a note was found near the body, in which the deceased reports that he was "tired of living" and asks not to investigate his death.
Investigators have already found out that Pavel faced expulsion, so he took a Saiga rifle, went into the yard of the house on Bolshaya Polyanka, and committed suicide.
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