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This guy is one of The Dorks That Got Rammed In Lockers in Grade 9.

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. According to authorities, Bychkov said he ate the hearts and livers of two victims, but this was not proven. Bychkov’s motivation was a desire to impress a girlfriend who dumped him. In his diary, Bychkov wrote ”she said I was a wimp, not a wolf … I will show her … Maybe she will stop complaining and understand that I am a lone wolf.” There are no police records to indicate whether the girlfriend changed her mind about Bychkov, who sometimes referred to himself as Rambo. While trying to be more like a wolf, Bychkov went after easy prey. He mainly killed the homeless, whom he found disgusting. Murdering the homeless and street alcoholics is a common thread among Russian serial killers. Most famously, Andrei Chikatilo would lure homeless women and prostitutes to secluded areas by promising them booze or money. Alexander Spetsivtsev used his mother to invite homeless children and teenagers to their apartment for food, then kill and dismember them. Alexander Pichushkin, nicknamed the Chessboard Killer because he aimed to kill 62 people, one for every square on a chess board, offered vodka to the elderly homeless. He’d drink with them before killing them in various brutal ways. In addition to the six bodies found in his yard, Bychkov was found guilty of three more murders and sentenced to life in prison. <SNIP> LINK

August 9th, 2021

May 30th, 2021

Located in the southwestern part of Siberia on the banks of the Ob River, Novosibirsk is the third-most populous city in Russia (after Moscow and St. Petersburg) as well as the most populous city in Siberia and Asian Russia, with a population of 1,612,833 as of the 2018 census
On September 2, 1962, the population of Novosibirsk reached one million. At that time, it was the youngest city in the world with over a million people. Novosibirsk took fewer than seventy years to achieve this milestone.
Lake Baikal in Siberia has more water than all the Great Lakes combined.
There is a highway in Siberia that contains the bones of those that died working on it as that was easier than burying them. LINK
The world’s longest roofed metro bridge is located there. Its length exceeds 6500 feet (2 km). Local metro trains cross the Ob river by this bridge.
Novosibirsk is very close to the geographical center of Russia.

Martinia is an absolute b1tch. She makes fun of people to make herself feel better. She pretended to have an eating disorder when she doesn’t even have one. She’s so fucking skinny you can feel the ribs poke you when you bend the bitch over. Don’t become friends with her. She will stab you in the back with her boney ribs and pretend to be your friend while she talks sh1t behind your back. Her dream is to be on tv and find a stupid American to fund her while she make a total jack ass of him on national television. Much like American Dip Shits Geoffrey and Brandon.

May 21st, 2021

RAIR Foundation According to Interior Ministry data, more than 332,000 illegal migrants from Uzbekistan currently reside in Russia, along with 247,000 from Tajikistan, 152,000 from Ukraine, 120,000 from Azerbaijan, 115,000 from Kyrgyzstan, 61,000 from Armenia, 56,000 from Moldova, and 49,000 from Kazakhstan.  This announcement came at a meeting of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth by the deputy head of the department, Alexander Gorovoy. “These people will be punished by expulsion and closure of borders” if they don’t leave by the June 15 deadline, stated Deputy Interior Gorovoy. In mid-December, Vladimir Putin, by decree, extended the temporary residence of migrants in Russia in connection with the coronavirus until June 15, 2021. The Interior Ministry estimated late last year that nearly half of all migrants living in Russia before the pandemic had since left the country.<SNIP> LINK

May 5th, 2021

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