Pensioner of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Evgeniy Chuplinsky, known as Chupa-Chups, was transported from the special regime colony “Snezhinka” to the Novosibirsk pre-trial detention center to participate in investigative actions in new criminal cases. The NHS reports this with reference to its sources.
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In 2018, Chuplinsky was sentenced to life in prison for the murders of six women between 1997 and 2004. He was also acquitted in 13 cases due to the statute of limitations. The total number of crimes he has admitted to is 29, including 12 of his victims who were reported missing.
When Chuplinsky served in the border troops of the KGB of the USSR, the nickname “Chupa-Chups” stuck to him. He was so named because of his last name and sweet, pleasant nature, as well as his habit of pleasing his superiors. The same nickname followed him during his service in the police.
Earlier it was reported that in Yekaterinburg a man received 17 years for murder two year old child.
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