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Mikhail Viktorovich Popkov (Михаил Викторович Попков; born 7 March 1964) is a Russian serial killer and rapist who sexually assaulted and murdered numerous young women between 1992 and 2010 in Angarsk, Irkutsk, and Vladivostok in Siberia. Known as "The Werewolf" and the "Angarsk maniac"—termed as one of Russia's most prolific serial killers—for the brutal nature of his crimes, Popkov was convicted of 22 murders in 2015 and confessed to 59 additional homicides three years later. The killings, if confirmed, supersede that of the country's most notorious serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.
Mikhail Popkov was born in Angarsk on 7 March 1964. Little is known about his upbringing and personal life beyond that he is married and has one daughter. He worked as a police officer in the Irkutsk region, and by the time of his capture had also spent time as a security guard at the Angarsk Oil and Chemical Company, as well as at a private firm
Popkov's crimes were motivated by suspicions that his wife had committed adultery Most, if not all, his victims were prostitutes or inebriated young women—people who Popkov considered immoral—between the ages of 17 and 38
At various points between 1992 and 2010 in Angarsk, Irkutsk, and Vladivostok—a distance of some 3,900 km (2,423 mi)—Popkov, dressed in his police uniform, lured victims with the promise of a free ride and sexually assaulted them
He killed women with various instruments—knives, axes, baseball bats, screwdrivers—and mutilated the bodies so grotesquely that Russian media ascribed the crimes to "The Werewolf" and the "Angarsk maniac".
Russian police were involved in the search for one perpetrator as slain women were discovered in the mid-1990s, killed by similar methods. Despite extensive inquiries and testimonies from surviving victims, Popkov eluded police for two decades
However, investigators discovered a pattern: tracks from a LADA 4x4, an off-road vehicle used by law enforcement, were found at numerous crime scenes
DNA testings of 3,500 current and former policemen in Irkutsk in 2012 facilitated Popkov's capture that same year. In January 2015, he was sentenced to life in prison for 22 murders and two attempted murders
Two years later, Popkov confessed to 59 additional killings, a total count which, if confirmed, supersedes infamous Russian serial killers Andrei Chikatilo and Alexander Pichushkin.
..........and I thought America was fucked up.
they all think the same
A dirty cop in Siberia?? NOOOOO
It must have come a surprise to his dept,."Not"
PAINAL of the year? DAMN!
NEVER IN AMERICA
I DO NOT CONSENT
ONE VACATION IS ALL IT TOOK
SHE HAS NO IDEA WHAT SHE'S IN FOR
TOO FAR THIS TIME GUYS
THEY FILMED THE THIS?
AMAZING LUNG CAPACITY
IT WON'T FIT