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WorldAsiaIn St. Petersburg, a seventh-grader was beaten to death with a live hammer

In St. Petersburg, a seventh-grader was beaten to death with a live hammer

In St. Petersburg, a 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl were arrested on suspicion of killing a seventh-grade student with a hammer. This has been reported in the UK regional.

Apparently, the schoolchildren planned everything in advance – they chose a victim, dug a hole in the forest near the village of Pargolovo in order to hide his body later.

Later, on April 30, schoolchildren called a 13-year-old girl in the forest under a fraudulent pretext to a chosen location. There the young man beat his victim to death with a hammer, blows were applied to his head. When the girl died, her body was buried in a prepared pit.

According to Mash on the Moika Telegram channel, the girl was called to the forest, allegedly to record an atmospheric interview – the young man keeps a blog in social networks. In addition, his 15-year-old accomplice filmed what was happening on video – the recording was live.

After the cold-blooded murder was committed, schoolchildren wrote to the murdered woman’s mother from her phone on the girl’s behalf to mislead her about her whereabouts. Then his phone was broken and thrown into a pit with objects and a body, after which they buried him.

So far, the murder suspects have already been arrested. The 16-year-old blogger confessed to his act and showed where the victim was hiding.

Earlier in Khimki, near Moscow, a quarrel in a school toilet between two fifth graders ended in a knife fight.

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