A former emissary mayor of a Siberian city was indicted of murdering a retirement in a fit of fury who tormented him in courts.
Alexander Khodzinsky, 74, was found passed with mixed gash wounds in a city of Tulun in a Irkutsk region, Ogirk.ru internal news website pronounced on Monday.
Investigators incarcerated Gennady Zhigaryov, 57, former emissary mayor of Tulun, over a case, a Investigative Committee pronounced on a website.
Zhigaryov, who was placed underneath arrest, allegedly killed a plant over their “long-running personal conflict,” investigators said, but elaborating.
Khodzinsky waged an extended debate opposite a construction of a mall in downtown Tulun, claiming that damaging materials were employed in a construction and that a building blocked trade in a area, Ogirk.ru said.
But internal authorities incited a deaf ear to his censure and proceeded with a construction of a mall, that was owned by a association of a emissary mayor’s wife, a news said.
The romantic complained to then-President Dmitry Medvedev and regularly sued a constructors, winning a justice conference on a eve of his demise, Ogirk.ru said.
The feat presumably stirred a ex-mayor to gash his winning competition to death, a news said.
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