Two Russian teens have reportedly been arrested for murdering a man in Moscow and playing “football” with his head. Police are still searching for three other teens believed to have taken part in the disturbing act. Ria Novosti quoted tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda’s suggestion that the murder was committed in a drunken rage by the unidentified [...]
Last summer a scout leader was attacked by a beaver. The beaver did not survive, but the scout leader did. Sadly the same cannot be said for a man from Belarus who was actually killed by a beaver.
In this video recorded last month, a driver in the northern Russian city of Arkhangelsk pulls up to a violent scene: four dogs mauling a woman. The driver’s arrival scares off the dogs, and the disoriented woman picks herself up off the snowy road. The driver gets out to help her, leaving his car on and his dash cam running.
The 911 call related to the death of adopted Russian-born boy Maxim Kuzmin was released by police after a grand jury determined on March 18 that there was insufficient evidence to charge his his parents. Russian authorities are skeptical of the decision and are currently reviewing the autopsy reports.
A court in Russia’s Penza region has sentenced 24-year-old serial killer Alexander Bychkov to life in prison for nine murders. A year ago, Bychkov was caught shoplifting and confessed to police that there were six bodies buried in his yard.
A psychiatric hospital on the banks of the Volga river houses a serial murderer who killed, cooked and ate at least 19 young women and girls. In the 16 years Alexander Spesivtsev has been away, his apartment has only been entered three times by workers. Even his mother, who served 13 years in prison for helping him, hasn’t gone inside.
A car accident in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, captured on video by another vehicle, shows the violent crash after the vehicle skids on the ice into an oncoming truck. A child, 1, who is visibly ejected from the passenger compartment and thrown in front of another oncoming truck miraculously survives.
In 2011, a video started making the rounds online. It showed a man slicing open the throat of a woman, then walking away as the woman writhes behind him. The video was dismissed as fake and assumed to be an attempt at inciting anti-Chechen sentiment in Russia. But, according to a recent press release issued by Russia’s Investigative Committee, the video is real.
A group of animal control vigilantes known as Doghunters have taken it upon themselves to control Russia’s stray dog problem. They believe that their actions–the poisoning and shooting of homeless canines–provides a public health service that Russian authorities can’t seem to manage themselves.
A customer who was asked to turn down his loud music at a Jack In The Box drive through so that the clerk could hear his order, is currently being sought by police for shooting into the window of the drive through after getting his food. Also a wedding party shoots up Russia’s capital’s streets in celebration.