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At around PM on the day of the murder, he called his wife to say he was going to fill his Dnepr motorcycle and visit his grandchild.
His wife Lyudmila called a friend and walked around the village, afraid that her husband might have fallen ill or had a motorcycle accident. They could not locate any sign of him.
The next day, Lyudmila posted photographs of her husband around the village, and enlisted more local help to search the surrounding area.
Twelve more murders followed, including a pregnant woman who was brutally murdered and her fetus was cut out of her womb.
In addition to the earlier sprees, two victims were found each day from July 14 through One of the victims was a pregnant woman, she was bludgeoned and her fetus was cut out of her womb.
No sexual assaults on any victims were reported. Lidia Mikrenischeva, the only surviving victim, was an elderly lady who survived the hammer attack and helped to identify the killers in court, was also interviewed.
She recalled being struck on the head from behind and falling to the ground, but her life was saved when the dogs accompanying her barked loudly and scared off the attackers.
The suspects were also found in possession of multiple photographs showing them attending funerals of the victims. Evidence of animal abuse was also shown in court, with the suspects posing alongside mutilated animal corpses, as told above.
Suprunyuck was found guilty of 21 murders, Sayenko of 18 — Alexander Hanzha front, right was not involved in the actual killings, was found guilty of robbery and sentenced to nine years in prison.
The photographic and video evidence was shown in court on October 29, , as part of a larger presentation of over photographs and two videos.
While government officials are offering to help the homeless to ward off the brutal cold, there are simply too many who need assistance with food, drink and temporary shelter.
The homeless also sometimes face the contempt of other Ukrainians, a holdover attitude from the Soviet era. Unfortunately, Ukrainian authorities inherited this mentality.
Crime scene photographs from the Bykov crime scene contained the images of a person matching a suspect's description.
The man volunteered to assist the police in search for clues and gave them his name. He was identified as Volodymyr Dmytrovych Kondratenko.
However, the investigators did not have his address. Continued surveillance on a Sotzialistychna Street block where the Bykov and Gromov murders took place quickly located Kondratenko loitering with another man who also matched a suspect's description.
The second man was later identified as Vladyslav Volkovych. By the time the information was sent up the chain and the two men were ordered detained, the pair claimed one final victim, an unidentified woman they struck and killed while driving drunk at a high rate of speed in a stolen VAZ The car was stolen in preparation for a burglary of a commercial warehouse, where they also planned to murder the lone guard.
Once detained, the men quickly confessed to over 20 murders, as well as numerous robberies, carjackings, and burglaries.
The reasons behind Kondratenko's assistance in the Bykov investigation were quickly uncovered. Apparently Kondratenko had been friends with Bykov for years, and also had an affair with Bykov's wife.
Bykov also reportedly owned a pistol that Kondratenko wanted for himself. After the murder he continued to see the victim's wife, and drove her to the morgue and appointments with investigators, ostensibly helping her to look for her husband's killer, all in order to continue their affair.
The killers' MO was also explained, shedding light on the reasons why most witnesses only saw one killer with most victims.
By the time the men began killing drivers for their cars, Volkovich would hitch-hike, and ask the drivers to go to an address to pick up a "friend with a box".
The waiting friend would be Kondratenko, and the box would contain their. Kondratenko would immediately shoot the driver, and Volkovich would stab him at the same time.
They had apparently murdered at least 7 men for their cars, most of which they later sold. The case quickly went to trial. Two more co-conspirators were identified.
Andriy Tymoshyn, a former Senior Customs Inspector, was charged with one of the murders and the subsequent auto theft. Two main suspects, Volkovich and Kondratenko, had confessed to over 20 murders, but many of their earlier victims who had been homeless were never located.
The two men were charged with only 16 of the murders. Days after the trial began, Kondratenko overdosed on prescription medication and died while in police custody.
His death was ruled a suicide. Netflix Serhiy Tkach shares a kiss with his wife, Elena. However, despite the media coverage of his vicious murders, not everyone was horrified by his crimes.
In fact, one woman fell in love. Instead, she became his wife. Captivated by the media coverage of his capture and trial, Elena began visiting Tkach in jail, fell in love, and eventually married him in She has even said that she would have helped him bury the bodies if he had asked.
In late , the couple had a daughter Ukrainian prisons allow for conjugal visits , who Tkach has not yet met. Now that they are a family, Elena, now 25, is currently trying to secure an early release for her husband and claims that they hope to live out the rest of their lives in eastern Russia.
If that happens, what a happy ending it would be for a man who claims to have brutalized and killed some women and girls.
By Wyatt Redd. Information on many of the others is patchy, sometimes limited to nothing more than their names, according to Alexander Belikov, a senior researcher at the center.
When Kulakov consulted archives for traces of his great-grandparents, all he found was a Soviet-era registry of civilian war casualties that listed their last name, last known address, year of birth and two serial numbers: and Thanks to the project, Kulakov learned that his great-grandparents were wholesale food merchants, traveling often to arrange shipments from the countryside to the city.
On one such trip, during the Holodomor famine of , they took in a starving girl whose mother could no longer support her. They had disobeyed the order to report for deportation, which in reality was a call for Jews to be rounded up for murder.