The content of the suicide notes of Maxim Martsinkevich is revealed
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The content of the suicide notes of Maxim Martsinkevich is revealed

17 September , 09:12SocietyPhoto: risovach.ru
Several suicide notes were found in the cell of the nationalist Maksim Martsinkevich (Tesak), who was found dead the day before. On one of them, presumably traces of blood are visible.

One of the messages is written on the back of the photo. “And dying is not scary at all! Love you! Live!" - quotes the words of the message from RIA Novosti.

The date on the note is September 15, 2020. He asked to send a letter to his common-law wife and give her the book "Protectionism and Communism", as well as a personal diary.

Earlier it was reported that Cleaver left another suicide note. It contained words of apology to the administration of the detention center for the "inconvenience caused to them".

According to the graphologist Larisa Dryvgal, the text was written by Martsinkevich's hand. She noted intense nervousness and fear, which she was able to identify from the way the words were written in the notes.

Let us remind you that yesterday it became known that Martsinkevich was found dead in the cell of pre-trial detention center No. 3 in Chelyabinsk. The father of the deceased, Sergei Martsinkevich, refused to believe in his son's suicide and turned to the head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, with a request to initiate a criminal case and take control of his investigation. Human rights activists do not believe in this version either. Lawyer Ivan Mironov points out that Martsinkevich, who had to go through a "difficult path of suffering" in almost ten years, on which there were "a large number of camps and press huts", remained in prison for only six months.

- He suddenly allegedly took and killed himself. Of course, this is all not true, - the lawyer told reporters.

He is sure that the murder of Tesak was planned, and the colony employees took part in it.

Let us recall that Martsinkevich was convicted for the second time in 2009 for a video of racist content, which was qualified by the court as inciting ethnic hatred. When he was released, Maksim Martsinkevich kept a video blog and lived off donations from those wishing to take part in the "pedophile hunt" that he took up, from conducting paid seminars on life in prison and how to steal from the shops.

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