Tverskie Volki’s hitman sentenced to life admits to murdering Mikhail Krug
Aleksandr Ageev made a sincere acknowledgement after a confrontment with the leader of the Tverskie Volki OCG’s armed wing, Aleksandr Osipov.
The hitman from the Tverskie Volki OCG, who is sentenced to life imprisonment, Aleksandr Ageev, has confessed to the murder of chansonnier Mikhael Krug, Baza reports. Ageev signed a sincere acknowledgement after a confrontment with the leader of the group’s armed wing, Aleksandr Osipov.
Osipov told investigators that Ageev was one of those who entered Krug’s house on the day of the murder. The investigation believes late Dmitry Veselov to be the person who organized the murder.
Previously, Osipov had confessed to murdering Veselov. According to him, he was a friend of Krug and thus avenged him.
Mikhail Krug was killed on the night of July 1, 2002. Robbers entered his house. Facing the resistance of the singer, they opened fire on him. Aleksandr Ageev had been previously found guilty of murdering Krug, however, he was convicted of other crimes.