23 year old man killed two gay pensioners in the Kuban, Russia. The killer confessed. The investigation calls the priority version of the crime “homophobia”.
The bodies of the murdered men (70-year-old Vladimir Dubentsov and 64-year-old Nikolai Galdin) were found on the evening of 10 January.
Neighbors and other residents of the village often mocked men because of their sexual preferences.
One of the neighbors expressed his emotions about the murder as follows: “Everyone was very upset because of their death! So much upset that we do not know where to go for joy! ”
The name of the alleged killer is Alexander Fet-Ogly, he was arrested, and he was charged. The 23-year-old Fet-Ogly, according to the police, was previously convicted of burglary.
The arrested confessed. According to his version, he drank along with the pensioners, then they began to pester him, which was the reason for the murder.