Russia's 58-year-old "werewolf" Mikhail Popkov (Mikhail Popkov) became the most murderous serial killer in modern Russian history with 88 lives.

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[Compiled by Chen Chengliang/Comprehensive Report] Russia recruited many notorious prisoners in prisons and let them join the mercenary organization "Wagner Group" (Wagner Group) on the grounds that they would be granted amnesty if they survived the war for 6 months.

Following reports that the "ogre" Komarov (Yegor Komarov) with a horrible criminal record joined the war, a terrorist murderer in Russia who took 82 lives also expressed his willingness to join the army, hoping to go to the front line of Russia and Ukraine to contribute his "expertise"!

The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported on the 15th that former Russian policeman Mikhail Popkov was sentenced to two life sentences for killing 80 people and confessed to committing two other murders in 2020. The Autonomous Republic of Aldovia was moved to a high-security prison for serious prisoners in the Irkutsk region of Siberia.

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The 58-year-old Popkov said in an interview with the "Russian state broadcaster" (VGTRK) that he has been in prison for more than 10 years and now dreams of joining the army because his "military major" is very sought-after in the Russian-Ukrainian battlefield.

Popkov was sentenced to life imprisonment for raping and killing 22 women in 2015. He later admitted that he had killed another 58 women between 1992 and 2010. Adding the plea in 2022, the number of his killings The number reached 82, surpassing the "chessboard killer" Alexander Pichushkin's 48 and Andrei Chikatilo's 52 murders in the Soviet era, becoming the most murderous serial killer in modern Russian history.

According to reports, Popkov committed the crimes near his hometown Angarsk. His victims were all women aged 16 to 40. The Russian media called him a "werewolf" or "Angarsk madman". .

Popkov was arrested in 2012 because his DNA was collected from the car that stayed at the scene of the murder.

Prosecutors revealed that Popkov, who was a police officer at the time, often killed people late at night, sometimes committing crimes in police cars.

The head of the Wagner Group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced a few days ago that the first batch of prisoners recruited to join the war have completed their contracts, their criminal records have been wiped out, and they are now free to do what they want in Russia.

It is rumored that many of the prisoners recruited are murderers and sexual assaulters, including the 24-year-old "ogre" Komarov. He has killed many times and eaten the flesh of his victims. His crimes shocked Russian society.

It is rumored that Russia has recruited many vicious prisoners, including the well-known "Ogre" Komarov, to go to the prison to fight on the front line of the battlefield against Ukraine.

(Picture taken from @LvivJournal, @Callsign_Santa Twitter)