Yekaterinburg's former police officer killed homeless hoping to turn them into zombies
The former police officer, who is accused of series of ritual murders in the cemetery of Verhnyaya Pyshma, sent to forced psychiatric treatment.
The Yekaterinburg's former police officer is accused of four ritual murders. According to investigators, the man killed homeless in the cemetery of Verhnyaya Pyshma, then buried their bodies, but after a while returned to the crime scene and made a ritual, trying to resurrect the dead.
According to the portal 66.ru, the ex-law enforcement officer wanted to create a zombie. After a medical examination, he was declared insane and sent for compulsory psychiatric treatment.
It is noted that in the original criminal case against the former police officer, there were five episodes: four ritual murder and one contract. It was assumed that the man eliminated one of the participants of the resonance conflict in the city's warehouse №4 commissioned by the unknown, and then began to kill in the cemetery. However, the episode of the contract killing was excluded from the case after he was recognized insane.
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