Russian gang leader, who committed ritual cannibalistic murders, released after participating in the "SMO": media say there are many similar cases
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pardoned another batch of Russians who were sentenced to long prison terms for committing particularly serious crimes. Rapists, maniacs, and murderers were released after 6 months at the front in Ukraine.
In particular, Nikolai Ogolobyak, one of the leaders of a clan of cannibalistic satanists who committed ritual murders, returned to his native Yaroslavl: he was released after fighting in the Russian Storm Z unit. Details about him and several other criminals pardoned by Putin are reported by the Russian publication Mozhem Obyasnit (We can explain).
One of the leaders of the Satanist clan who committed ritual murders, Nikolai "Count" Ogolobyak, returned to the Russian city of Yaroslavl from the war in Ukraine. He played the role of a "warrior" in the "clan": he was the first to attack the victims and cut their throats.
"The clan became 'famous' in 2008 for four murders of teenage neophytes. The Satanists cut off body parts of two of them, roasted them on a fire and ate them. All this was accompanied by prayers to Satan. The next day, they killed two more teenagers who were interested in their subculture," the publication writes.
The mutilated bodies of the Satanists' victims were found two months after the murders. The killers were detained around the same time. At the time of the crime, almost all of them were minors. Only Oglobyak was 18. He received the longest sentence: 20 years in a strict regime colony.
The cannibalistic satanist was to be released no earlier than 2028 at the age of 39. However, Yaroslavl residents met the maniac on the streets of the city in 2023. As he boasted, he was released after fighting in Ukraine for six months as part of the Storm Z unit.
An unpleasant surprise with very likely negative consequences awaited the residents of Perm as well. They met their "hero of Russia" Artem Buchin, who in 2022 brutally murdered and raped a girl.
Buchin asked his future victim to show him the way to the bus stop and led her into the woods. At some point, she suspected something was wrong and tried to escape by hitting her new acquaintance with a bag. But she failed: he raped and killed the Russian woman.
In court, Buchin explained his actions as "the consequences of an army concussion." The prosecutor asked for a life sentence. But just a year later, after fighting for 6 months in the Wagner PMC, the murderer and rapist was released
Recruitment to Wagner was also a ticket to freedom for two murderers and rapists from Kaluga, Evgeny Tatarintsev and Vladislav Korobennikov. Together with their brothers, they raped and murdered girls.
The Tatarintsev brothers murdered Yana Boltynyuk in Kaluga in 2014. And the Korbennikov brothers committed a brutal massacre of student Maria Nechyotnaya in Obninsk: she was killed with 60 blows of a bat. According to local media, Vladislav Korobennikov was not only pardoned for his participation in the war against Ukraine but also "forgiven" for the compensation he paid to the victim's mother.
Earlier, it became known that a man committed suicide in Moscow after receiving a summons. The 23-year-old Russian came to a shooting range and shot himself in the head. He told his friends, with whom he shared his intentions, that he did not want to serve in Putin's army. They tried to warn the staff of the shooting club and law enforcement officers about his plan, but no one took their words seriously.