• The apartment is in the North of Moscow found the body of a FSB

  • In Moscow, found the body of the FSB, the investigation revealed the circumstances of the incident. About this Agency city news "Moscow" said a source in law enforcement bodies.

    "On the eve of the police with the statement I addressed 46-the summer woman who told that he found the body of his former wife in one of the apartments on the street Onega. Arrived at the scene, officers found the body of 49-year-old man without external signs of violent death", — said the Agency interlocutor.

    According to the source Agency, the man, according to preliminary data, he worked as Executive on duty at the FSB.

    The body was sent to the morgue for study. On this fact being tested, the results of which procedural decision will be made.

    http://lenta.ru

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