Slavery in St. Petersburg, Russia

Police investigation of the dead body of a 30-year old woman found on April 16,  resulted in arresting the three male drug addicts who had enslaved her.
The men were 32 years old residents of St. Petersburg,  loaders by profession. They met the woman about 2 months ago, brought her to the apartment and enslaved her.

The victim had no chance to leave the apartment: the drug addicts always locked her when leaving the place. The slave had the following duties: cooking, cleaning the apartment and doing laundry for the three men.

In the beginning of the last week the woman was no quick enough to follow some order, and the criminals cut her throat with a knife. The wound was not very dangerous, and the criminals just bandaged it with a rug. For the next “wrongdoing” they cut the woman’s hair close to the skin. Third time, they knocked her down and kicked to death.

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