Friday, March 2, 2018

Russian Parents Agree to Fake Their Own Deaths to Help Convict Son That Tried to Have Them Killed

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A 22-year-old man from Sochi, Russia, was recently busted by police after his parents help prove he tried to have them assassinated by posing for photos of their fake bloody murders.

The shocking story of a young man who tried to have his parents and sister killed so he could inherit their wealth first appeared in Russian media earlier this month, with even more disturbing details surfacing later, as the criminal confessed to police. Apparently, police learned of the man’s diabolical plan from a friend of his, to whom he had confided in. To make sure he was serious about killing his family, police set up a meeting between the man and an undercover policeman posing as a
professional hitman. Their worst fears were confirmed when the man gave the “assassin” all the details he needed to get into his parents’ house, like the location of the security cameras and of their guard dog, as well as a plan of the home. He allegedly offered the “killer” 3 million rubles ($54,000), one for each of his murdered family members.

According to sources from the police, the next step was the hardest – convincing the victims that their own flesh and blood was trying to have them killed. The parents simply couldn’t believe that their son could do such a thing, but upon seeing the evidence put forward by the police, they agreed to take part in a plant to catch him red-handed. Both the man’s parents and his sister posed for gruesome pictures in which they showed up stabbed or with their throats slit, with blood pouring out of their wounds, which would trick the murderous son into thinking that the assassination had been successful.

The undercover policemen arranged to meet with the 22-year-old in a Mercedes, where he showed him the photos of his “dead” family. The man reportedly expressed “delight” and promised to pay the 3 million rubles as soon as he received his inheritance. Little did he know that he would never get a chance to do so, because as soon as police got the information they needed, they descended upon the car and arrested the man.

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