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A Russian father who killed his friend after finding footage of him raping his eight-year-old girl has been released from custody amid calls not to charge him with murder /r/ALL

https://slatereport.com/news/russian-father-who-killed-paedophile-friend-after-finding-footage-of-him-abusing-his-eight-year-old-girl/
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u/ryesci Sep 24 '22

Police sources said that the deceased man’s phone contained other sickening videos which showed violent rapes of other village girls, aged six and 11.

Glad he's in the dirt ngl.

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u/Miss-Figgy Sep 24 '22

Dad did the whole village and all of humanity a favor by killing the sick bastard.

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u/hoxxxxx Sep 25 '22

he'll get released just in time to get drafted

this guy has all the luck in the world

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u/MntnDewFiend Sep 25 '22

Go to jail? Drafted. Not in jail? Drafted. I see this as a complete win - putin probably

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u/nonpuissant Sep 25 '22

If dude makes it to the front lines and survives long enough to surrender to the Ukrainians, at least he has a chance to get out of Russia.

Though I guess the fact he has a daughter/family still there might make that undesirable still, sadly.

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u/Consumer_Good Sep 25 '22

Now if only more people treated Russians as humans who go through shit

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u/Bi0H4ZRD Sep 25 '22

Exactly, some may have bought in to the lies, some may have not, either way they struggle and will continue to struggle with this senseless war

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u/suzellezus Sep 25 '22

Prisoners are expensive

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

That's called civic duty.

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u/DeadmanDexter Sep 25 '22

Rarely would I advocate for vigilante justice, but this feels like a good ending.

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u/Drift_Life Sep 25 '22

Guilty of his own Accord

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u/Darth_Thor Sep 25 '22

The punishment really Fit the crime

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u/Incognimoo Sep 25 '22

It was clearly a Prelude to other crimes.

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u/suicidaleggroll Sep 25 '22

It took someone with Integra-ty to bring him to justice

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u/Scientific_Anarchist Sep 25 '22

Pilot of his own destiny.

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u/wait_ichangedmymind Sep 25 '22

He won’t need his Passport now

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u/GravelySilly Sep 25 '22

His legal Odyssey is over

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u/Ooh_bees Sep 25 '22

I bet that there's Jazz in his steps, now!

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u/Beneficial-Shower-42 Sep 24 '22

I hope it was a slow and painful death.

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u/-full-control- Sep 24 '22

I’m still torn on how I feel about the death penalty, but I firmly believe that there is no rehabilitating people like this with sexual deviancies. He would have left a trail of trauma and victims as long as he was alive.

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u/Kholzie Sep 25 '22

My uncle was a sheriff who disagreed with the death penalty. It has nothing to do with whether crimes deserved it. He felt the legal/judicial system was too flawed to reliably carry it out on the right person all of the time. The death penalty was not worth having if it resulted in the wrong people being put to death sometimes.

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u/Zonel Sep 25 '22

Glad he was a sheriff then. Seems right kinda guy for that position.

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u/Kholzie Sep 25 '22

He’s a great person to ask about law-enforcement. I find him very fair in his assessment. That means he does sometimes contradict what is in the media.

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u/fallen-summer Sep 25 '22

I agree with your uncle I also think giving the government the power to kill its citizens is dangerous and a slippery slope

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u/FlimsyGooseGoose Sep 25 '22

China wants a word

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u/Wolf97 Sep 24 '22

You can be against the death penalty while still believing that some people deserve to die.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

When you have video evidence of a man raping a child and it's not up for dispute, any way you do the math, Idgaf if it was a noble prize winner, the world is net better off without them, end of story.

Sometimes I like a good retribution story. It's bizarre but sometimes warm blooded murder can be a good thing.

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u/TheToastyWesterosi Sep 25 '22

I did a double take when I read it as “not better” instead of “net better.”

Time to update the ol’ glasses prescription.

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u/series-hybrid Sep 24 '22

Every day, over 100,000 people die. Car accidents, heart attack, cancer...I Dont mind that this guy was murdered.

Its a slippery slope, but...that doesn't mean we should always avoid slippery slopes. Sometimes, you gotta put on some grippy boots and get your fingernails dirty.

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u/abotoe Sep 24 '22

One man’s slippery slope is another man’s fresh powder

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u/Internet-of-cruft Sep 25 '22

Fuck that has some awful implications.

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u/series-hybrid Sep 25 '22

I agree that state-sanctioned death penalties are a serious subject, and are not to be embraced lightly, but this guy qualifies.

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u/TheZardooHasselfrau Sep 24 '22

"Violence is never the answer... but sometimes it is."

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u/Madhighlander1 Sep 25 '22

Violence is never the answer. It's the question, and once in a while the answer is yes.

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u/QncyFie Sep 25 '22

Most things in the world were changed by violence. It's probably the strongest motivator

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u/DuraMorte Sep 25 '22

Brute force - if it isn't working, you aren't using enough.

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u/riskbreaker23 Sep 25 '22

I'd also argue raping an 8 year old is more violent than killing the rapist.

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u/rapidpop Sep 25 '22

We don't really morn those who's death are a direct consequence of their actions. I see this less as a father getting revenge and more a pedophile literally fucking around and finding out. Any person who rapes a child I feel should have the same consequence heading their way.

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u/series-hybrid Sep 25 '22

In this particular case, I completely agree.

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u/Atypical_Chad Sep 24 '22

Ngl sick quote on that last line

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u/Hije5 Sep 25 '22

Might I recommend reading "the kind worth killing" if you're into reading and hold this mindset.

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u/series-hybrid Sep 25 '22

the book "mind hunter" is also very good. Its about the cases that influenced the FBI to start a "silence of the lambs" unit.

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u/tbass1965 Sep 25 '22

Or skis!

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u/slayer991 Sep 24 '22

Still against the death penalty. That isn't to say that some people don't deserve it...and I'm not going to mourn a violent pedophile...but.

The primary issue I have with the death penalty is that there's no going back and making right if someone is wrongfully convicted and executed. We've seen how imperfect the justice system is in the US. Innocent people have been put to death.

I can't sanction the state putting anyone to death given the imperfect nature of the criminal justice system...and it will never be perfect, because it requires humans to make decisions.

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u/starmartyr Sep 24 '22

It's also vigilanteism. It's really dangerous to let people decide for themselves what the law is and how criminals should be punished. Historically that has not gone well.

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u/Sockerkatt Sep 24 '22

Think about the child whose got their lives wrecked by this monster. The child will forever know that this rapist is alive somewhere and even has a small potential risk of coming back. If I were the child I would have been much calmer if the rapist was burned and buried.

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u/slayer991 Sep 24 '22

Like I said, I'm not going to mourn this or any other pedo. But I have little faith in the "justice" system in the US which has time and time again has proven that it's rife with mistakes and corruption. Since 1973, 190 people on death row have been exonerated.

"Think of the children" is not a good reason to keep the death penalty.

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u/Sockerkatt Sep 25 '22

Yes you are very true. I was more thinking of the cases where the proofs are very clear.

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u/horsemagicians Sep 24 '22

Think of the innocent guy that gets the death sentence for a crime they didn’t commit and the day comes where they’re killed. Then maybe some months or years later it is learned that guy is innocent, there’s no going back on that though because you already killed them.

One innocent person potentially receiving the death sentence is already to many. We’ve seen countless stories of people being released from prison after decades behind bars for a crime they didn’t commit, this includes guys that were on death row.

Look up the West Memphis Three. 3 guys charged for the murder of 3 boys. They however never committed the crime, one was on death row, and they were released after 18 years in prison. They were mostly chosen as the suspects because they were outcasts, listened to “satanic music” and the small town sheriff who was suddenly being watched by the country wanted his name to be the one who caught them.

It’s more likely the father of one of the boys killed them. Blood matching his and his sons was found on a knife he said he never used then claimed later it was deer blood. One boy had bites on him from the murderer and the father conveniently had his teeth removed after the first trial but before imprints were made.

So honestly 1000 guys being in prison for life even if they should get death is better than one innocent guy being fried.

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u/Warm-Translator6171 Sep 25 '22

As a sexual abuse victim when I was child, perfecly knowing who my molester was and who he is, I can tell you I was used to be thorn apart by the desire to get my vendetta and make him suffer as much as I did. What stopped me was the thought of potentially face a trial and ruining my life even more because of him. Unironically what made me step out of it was listening mike tyson about "he's not your enemy he's your master because you are allowing him to change you".

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u/joleme Sep 24 '22

Think about the child whose got their lives wrecked by this monster.

Except for the 10s of thousands of examples of black people being purposefully incorrectly charged and forced into plea deals. That bullshit alone should remove anyone's insistence on the death penalty.

Add the fact that if someone knows it will be the death penalty if caught then there is no reason to leave victims alive. May as well kill em. What are they gonna do? Kill you again?

I'm glad a pedo is dead since there was direct video evidence, but anything less that 100% pure certain facts and evidence like a video clearly showing the identity just paves the way for abuse of power.

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u/ThatQueerWerewolf Sep 25 '22

It's not really the killing I have the problem with. I think if somebody rapes your daughter, you have every natural right to kill them with your own hands. That is a human response, and in my opinion justified.

The problem is when government gets involved. I don't think it's the government's place to enact a revenge killing, and I also don't trust the government and the court system to accurately determine someone's guilt (or lack thereof). I do understand though why killings like this are still illegal, because people could potentially kill someone under a false accusation. I just kind of wish "justified killing" outside of self defense could at least be more of an arguable defense, with all I've been seeing about sex trafficking victims being charged for killing their traffickers and things like that. I guess the burden of proof is really where it gets tricky.

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u/ElderWaylayer Sep 25 '22

Also if the government gets envolved, the price to execute is fucking ridiculous, costs more to the tax payers to execute than to imprison for life..

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u/Sega-Playstation-64 Sep 24 '22

I'm not. Should have been fired out of a cannon into a gravel driveway.

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u/lgxgldyldldylxxlx Sep 24 '22

I just saw on r/interestingasfuck, an execution method in which the person is tied to a cannon, with the upper part of their back on the muzzle. The cannon is then fired, obliterating their body and sending their head and arms flying in different directions

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u/tocksin Sep 24 '22

seems too fast

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

I'd have picked getting eaten alive ass first by a baboon but I'm a little bit of a sicko.

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u/entregistra Sep 24 '22

Nah… send him to North Korea. We can subcontract the job to Kimmy

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u/korinth86 Sep 24 '22

I don't support the death penalty in general.

This guy? I'm all for it.

Irrefutable proof they violated innocent children. Oh man...that really hits my dark passenger.

Maybe I've been watching too much Dexter.

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u/SuperToxin Sep 24 '22

Some people deserve death.

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u/ScarletDarkstar Sep 24 '22

The rest of the population deserve some people's deaths.

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u/freeride35 Sep 24 '22

I don’t believe in the state imposing a death penalty. I have no issue with revenge based on irrefutable evidence.

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u/moonflower_C16H17N3O Sep 24 '22

What's scary is that we're almost at the end of "irrefutable evidence." It's getting easier and easier to make fakes that look irrefutable.

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u/Practice_NO_with_me Sep 25 '22

Only to the human eye. There's no way deepfakes don't leave ALL kinds of forensic artifacts and evidence. As the technology grows so will our ability to counter and analyze it. It's not magic.

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u/ridik_ulass Sep 25 '22

There was a site that tracked them early early, it was great, could detect photoshops, could Highlight similar colours and AI transitions. basically turn something into this super high contrast image that would highlight all the AI/artifical interference. Then when Deepfakes blew up, it shut down immediately, my guess is some defence department gave him a job and made his work propriety.

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u/omgu8mynewt Sep 25 '22

Why would there not be a point when real video can't be told apart from computer generated video? Graphics gets crazily better all the time, and there could be tech out there that isn't mainstream yet, like military stuff or something.

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u/Violaceums_Twaddle Sep 25 '22

Because of Locard's principle.

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u/Practice_NO_with_me Sep 25 '22

Because - deepfakes require altering the base video. That altering is going to leave signatures, data packets, I dunno tech stuff really but stuff that professional forensic experts can find. Or, frankly, forensic AI trained soley to observe a video and detect unrealisms.

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u/TheoTheTripod Sep 25 '22

Yeah but who is ever gonna see a video as fucked as the one described in this thread and say "well hang on. This looks slightly uncanny. Let me run it through a program to see if it's fake first."

The video only needs to be convincing enough to cause a strong enough initial reaction to remove hesitation. After that, it's too late and most people will have already acted on their impulses.

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u/Practice_NO_with_me Sep 24 '22

^ This is the way.

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u/cortesoft Sep 24 '22

Deepfakes are making it so there isn’t much irrefutable evidence any more.

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u/doorknobman Sep 24 '22

Violence is never the answer, but sometimes it is

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u/Salty_Antelope10 Sep 25 '22

I don’t support the death penalty in general….. but this guy, I’m all for it? Like what??? So you are in fact for the death penalty in certain situations….

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u/-xstatic- Sep 24 '22

Capital punishment should be allowed for these kinds of offenses. The damage it does to victims and the rest of society lasts for decades

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u/MutedSpend9710 Sep 24 '22

Yes. Sometimes I wonder if it's not better to go back in time and get inspired by some ancestors. If I were a feudal king I would give them a choice : death or cut their hands and tatoo "killer of innocence" on their forehead, to send a message to the rest of them. You won't die, but you'll never be able to touch anything again. And everybody will know what you did as it will be written on your face. Hmm maybe I'm listening to much ancient history podcasts... Damn you Dan Carlin

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u/MayOrMayNotBePie Sep 25 '22

“Vyacheslav had reported the rapes to local police who had launched a manhunt for Sviridov but the father managed to track down the alleged child abuser before the cops.”

A great example of “you’d better find him before I do.”

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u/exemplariasuntomni Sep 25 '22

Some real Dexter shit.

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u/Mike_Hunt_is_itchy Sep 25 '22

more like Taken with liam Neeson, I have a specific set of skills, I will find you.

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u/holdtight3 Sep 24 '22

"Vyacheslav later told police that Sviridov had ‘stumbled on the knife during a quarrel’ in a forest near the village, purporting that he had not intentionally murdered him with the blade."

What a mighty convenient knife we have here. Oops I slip. Goodbye demon.

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u/27hangers Sep 25 '22 Silver

He ran into my knife.

He ran into my knife ten times.

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u/Sovdark Sep 25 '22

He had it comin’

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u/Myneighbourtotara Sep 25 '22

He only had himself to blame

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u/Sovdark Sep 25 '22

If you’d have been there

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u/Professional-Wing201 Sep 25 '22

if you'd have seen it

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u/Irish_I_Had_Sunblock Sep 25 '22

You would have done the same

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u/JonLongsonLongJonson Sep 24 '22

Came to see if anyone posted this. Love it. Pedo rapist is where he belongs, even the knife wanted to help out by appearing.

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u/HauntedMeow Sep 25 '22

My ex-neighbor, a child rapist, like to open carry a handgun. I like to think that he knew there was a knife out there waiting for him.

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u/stretch1327 Sep 24 '22

I think he likely brought the knife and that was just a smart, believable lie to make the murder not seem premeditated.

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u/JonLongsonLongJonson Sep 24 '22

Nah bro that knife was waiting in the forest for at least a few months. Total surprise it was exactly where he took him to kill him.

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u/Eskimoobob Sep 24 '22

That knife has been plotting the murder since it saw those horrendous acts the night it was used to cut those ropes. Ever since that day it has bided its time in the forest, awaiting a time to reap its vengeance.

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u/TamanduaShuffle Sep 25 '22

Things like this happen all the time. While I can only count on one hand, I've seen many a step foot on a knife in the forest. It's really no surprise a child raping bastard fatality finds one if you think about it...

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u/Steven2k7 Sep 25 '22

"yeah, I had no idea it was there! I just reached in my pocket and there it was 🤷🏻‍♂️"

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u/Satisfied-Orange Sep 24 '22

Remember reading about this, that monster is exactly where he belongs, in the ground. Now he can't harm anyone else.

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u/TheOnlyLiam Sep 24 '22

Yeah watched a video about this on yt not long ago and yeah I don't blame the guy one bit for what he did, this dude would have gotten away with it and carried on doing this awful shit

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u/jnx666 Sep 24 '22

That’s where all pedos belong.

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u/NemeshisuEM Sep 24 '22

Stabbed him to death? The father was obviously temporarily insane. A sane father would have made the suffering exponential.

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u/ennoSaL Sep 24 '22

My sentiment EXACTLY!!

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u/Ok_Mycologist_5569 Sep 25 '22

Dickhead fell on the knife…what’s the father going to do?

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u/PsychoEngineer Sep 24 '22

Yup... a sane father would've gone Law Abiding Citizen on him...

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u/dolenyoung Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Watch Hard Candy if you haven't seen it yet. It stars Elliott page from Umbrella academy as a preteen who tortures a friend's abuser and it is GOOD.

edit:spelling

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u/FreakyManBaby Sep 24 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

that as a very brutal movie to recommend with no warning

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u/OstentatiousSock Sep 25 '22

I mean, they said it contains a preteen torturing someone, I didn’t think it was sunshine and roses.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

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u/Clarity-of-Porpoise Sep 24 '22

That is an incredible flick

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u/Elisabethiscurious Sep 25 '22

Love love love love this movie

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u/AintNoRestForTheWook Sep 25 '22

Oh, I forgot about this movie! So good, so well done. 👌💋

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u/drAsparagus Sep 24 '22

As a father, I'm okay with that response. Purge the demon child fuckers from this realm.

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u/TinoessS Sep 24 '22

I’m not a father, but I fully agree with this

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u/ethylalcohoe Sep 24 '22

As a rule, I’m against extra judicial killings as mistakes can be made, but if there’s footage… and it’s your daughter, Imma look the other way.

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u/actuarial_venus Sep 24 '22

The theives of innocence have no place with us

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u/fullchub Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Same. Makes it kinda scary to think that we all have such visceral, immediate reactions to “video proof”, and that AI is on the verge of letting people make fake videos of just about anything…

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u/ElonGrey Sep 24 '22

Oh god that’s a terrifying thought

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u/LoquaciousFukcer Sep 24 '22

the kid probably corroborated it. i wish child molestation and rape were unanimously declared a crime against humanity and the harshest of punishments attached to it. im constantly own away that these sick fucks get slapa on the wrist

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u/underage_cashier Sep 25 '22

If you make the punishments worse than murder then they’ll just kill the kid after they’re done.

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u/Ibakegaycakes Sep 24 '22

This is profound.

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u/Japoppolo Sep 24 '22

Exactly. Mercy cannot come at the cost of the victims.

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u/piratepolo15 Sep 24 '22

Good one salad bar

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u/Japoppolo Sep 24 '22

What’s your main?

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u/BalognaPonyParty Sep 24 '22

got my upvote

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Russia finally getting something right

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u/Maleficent_Hamster10 Sep 24 '22

If this fucker went to prison he wouldn't last long anyways. Might as well expedited his departure

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u/QuothTheRaven713 Sep 24 '22

Honestly, I feel like it should be law to execute anyone who harms children. Especially pedos. Maybe even kill them if they have an inclination of doing anything. Better to prevent a crime than to have people suffer when it's too late.

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u/Avantasian538 Sep 24 '22

In theory I agree but as an American I don't trust my shitty justice system with that kind of responsibility.

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u/TheVoicesArentTooBad Sep 24 '22

I hope "inclination" means people who are about to try something bad. Repentant non-acting pedophiles should be on meds, counselling, and at most sterilization and an analogue to a sex offender list that protect's patient privacy but zones homing availability - unless they are a severe risk.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

If your catch your friend raping your daughter, it's your civic duty to convert them to dead status.

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u/Livid-Ad4102 Sep 25 '22

Not right away though

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u/Any_Childhood_2475 Sep 25 '22

Make them suffer.

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u/ProbatWork1313 Sep 24 '22

"Sviridov’s mother said...‘I don’t know how it got to this,’ she said, referring to the rape of Vyacheslav’s daughter. He must have been drunk. Most likely he was drunk. They left their children with him all the time.'" The reaction of this AH's mom makes me wonder if she has let him get away with inappropriate behaviors in the past. It's almost like she's suggesting if he was drunk, that it isn't his fault. Disgusting. Your son is a pedophile, drunk or sober.

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u/Theheroinmother666 Sep 25 '22

As an Eastern European I can confirm that here, if a man is drunk, people act as if that magically absolves him of guilt, especially in the countryside. If I had a penny for each time I heard my mom say it was okay for my dad to beat her because he was drunk and didn't realize what he was doing I'd be Elon Musk.

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u/tiktock34 Sep 25 '22

Imagine thinking that booze is the reason your kid rapes someone…like a few drinks turned him into a child rapist.

Not surprising this pos had a mother who holds him responsible for absolutely nothing.

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u/yumirow Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Moms are just like that mate. Really hard to see past the baby they raised

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u/aggravated-asphalt Sep 24 '22

As a mom to a son I would never let him get away with that shit or anything of the sort. But that’s also why I know he won’t grow up to be this type of person. This story is just disgusting and awful.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Its not like he is going to reoffend.

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u/discodecepticon Sep 24 '22

And if he does... that's on the new guy too.

This just sounds like nature running it course.

This death and any like it should just be ruled a suicide.

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u/Ascending_Flame Sep 24 '22

Investigator: “It says here that this man died via suicide outside a hospital window. But your village doesn’t have any hospitals tall enough to do this?”

Mortician: “He was very determined to die.”

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u/Reyalta Sep 25 '22

Hopefully he doesn't have to.

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u/minamoto-yorimasa Sep 24 '22

I took a guess at which one of the 2 in the photo was the nonce and guessed wrong. Went with the one on the right.

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u/SlowAthlete Sep 24 '22

Yes same but I did it half to test my assumptions and proved myself to be buying into a stereotype.

We all need to realise this isn't Hollywood, the creep is trying to look as normal as possible, not like a villain.

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u/Illustrious_Lake_775 Sep 24 '22

I also guessed this

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u/saucy_salmon32 Sep 24 '22

I assumed left, his stare is just super creepy

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u/stonewall000 Sep 24 '22

haha same. made the same comment here too.

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u/quietdumpling Sep 25 '22

I went with the left because he's good looking and smiling and exactly the person no one would suspect.

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u/FloridaMJ420 Sep 25 '22

Good for the Dad! I was molested by my uncles when I was a toddler and my parents never pressed charges. They took me around my molesters at family gatherings for years and I saw my dad in a pic on FB with one of my molesters (his brother) a few years back. Last time I called him out on it via text when I was feeling really low and he responded that he'd confronted them about it, they both denied it, he told them he didn't want to see them again. So let me get this straight daddy, you kept taking me around them for years but as an adult you made peace with them and told them not to come around you? Like WTF? You protect yourself but not your toddler son? But which do I believe? His story that he told them off or the picture of him with my molester on FB? Hmmmmm...

I can't speak for the victim in this case, but if it were me I think it would make me feel proud to have a Dad who would make sure I was safe from those who would do me harm!

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u/Youdownwithkellyc Sep 25 '22

Mine was my cousin and my parents did the exact fucking thing (inviting him to family functions etc). I’m so sorry this happened to you, I hope you’re in a better place.

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u/Excalzigo Sep 24 '22

Obviously killing someone isn't good, but I have no issue with this. No sane parent would let that shit fly, glad he got released

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u/_carelesslover Sep 24 '22

I am not a violent man, but I would have done the same.

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u/myheadisyellow Sep 24 '22

He is a hero for me.

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u/brookeslegit2 Sep 24 '22

One of those ones that stop death penalty haters like myself in our tracks, proper ethical conundrum.

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u/KayDashO Sep 24 '22

I’m against the death penalty because mistakes can be made, and also because I don’t want the government to have the legal power to kill people.

That being said, if this type of revenge killing happens, I can live with it.

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u/Slane__ Sep 24 '22

Mistakes not only CAN be made, but ARE regularly made. According to the Innocence Project, it could be upwards of 4% of all death penalty convictions in the last 40 years.

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u/KayDashO Sep 24 '22

Oh I’m sure of it. Makes me feel sick to think that innocent people were executed. I can’t imagine the psychological torture they just have gone through leading up to it.

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u/Duubzz Sep 24 '22

You can disagree with the death penalty whilst also agreeing that this sort of crime of passion is justifiable.

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u/IThinkFuckingNot Sep 24 '22

Pretty sure that’s what they’re saying

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u/yParticle Sep 24 '22

You can be against state-sponsored killing of convicts and still support or at least understand hot-blooded vengeance in the face of unambiguous proof.

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u/omen-schmomen Sep 24 '22

Awesome example of a restorative justice compared to a black-and-white penile system.

So sad for the daughter that this had to happen to, but I'm happy she has her dad still. I hope she is able to get the help she needs.

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u/ForbiddenText Sep 24 '22

black-and-white penile system.

*Penal, but haha

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u/TinoessS Sep 24 '22

Technically it’s also a black and white penile system

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u/iamaliberalpausenot Sep 24 '22

Didn’t notice but I thought I like penile more 😂

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u/H0NK_H0NKLER Sep 24 '22

The penile system is what caused all of this smh

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u/omen-schmomen Sep 24 '22

Also, this:

Vyacheslav later told police that Sviridov had ‘stumbled on the knife during a quarrel’ in a forest near the village, purporting that he had not intentionally murdered him with the blade.

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u/urba-ninja Sep 24 '22

"Your honor, he accidentally walked directly into my knife. Sereval times."

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u/discodecepticon Sep 24 '22

That's Russia for ya tho... "He tripped and shot himself in the back of the head twice"

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u/sumpuran Sep 24 '22

Same country where prominent dissidents and journalists regularly find themselves falling out of windows. Accidentally, no doubt.

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u/Prudent-Host-3656 Sep 24 '22

Well, first let’s see how the trial goes. Nothing is really decided here yet.

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u/Good_nuff Sep 24 '22

Disclaimer: I’m glad this POS is dead

How is this restorative? The girl is still traumatized, her father is still a killer (even if justified), and nothing was restored.

Maybe I’m misunderstanding

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u/rubberducky1212 Sep 24 '22

As a victim of a similar crime, it is re traumatizing every time I have to see my abuser. The idea that he is still out there and could hurt me just as bad or worse again makes it so I can never let my guard down or relax. It would be easier to recover if he were gone.

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u/AggressiveClassic89 Sep 24 '22

It's not so much restorative as preventative, children in the village are a little bit safer than they were, that can only be a good thing.

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u/Anomalous-Canadian Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

I think they mean it’s restorative Justice in the legal proceedings / perspectives been taking around sentencing the dad who committed the murder. restorative Justice is about reparations, reintegration, and it’s also about tailoring the punishment to the crime for the purposes of reaching that end goal of reintegration / forgiveness.

So, let’s say if the minimum sentence for murder were 5 years — then theoretically that’s the minimum he can get for this crime. Restorative Justice would have the judge look at the case, and would factor in the defendant’s extraordinary circumstances in the sentencing, and in doing so may find legal reason to give no jail time, or only 2 years, or throw the case out entirely, instead of the otherwise required 5 years.

Restorative Justice is being used as a pretty broad term these days, no longer simply referring to the practice of a meeting between victim and offender, as is the literal interpretation. Now it’s used as a term for a lot of “alternative” approaches.

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u/Good_nuff Sep 24 '22

Oh! Restorative justice for the dad!

Yup. I misunderstood. Thanks!

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u/Benji613 Sep 25 '22

Even the Russian knew how to handle this situation properly, meanwhile in America, Cain Vasquez is sitting in jail without bail for shooting at the guy that raped his 2 year old. Cruel world we live in…

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u/mznh Sep 25 '22

My god no parent should witness anything like that happen to their young child. Some ppl are just fcked up

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u/justafang Sep 25 '22

I honestly imagine the next article written about this will be”and has been drafted due to his known ability to kill”

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u/AlphaMomma59 Sep 25 '22

Our laws here in the USA need to be tougher on pedaphiles and rapists. I can't write what I think should be done to them as I would be banned again.

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u/Affectionate-Ebb-151 Sep 25 '22

Glad he was released. He did the world a favor.

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u/V_es Sep 25 '22

He wasn’t, they re-qualified his conviction and sent the case for re-investigation, he is at house arrest. He will probably get 4-5 years in prison instead of 20 for homicide.

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u/stoneferal Sep 24 '22

As a father of a little girl I would not hesitate to kill the fucking piece of shit either. Absolutely unbelievably sickening.

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u/ThomasNorge224 Sep 24 '22

He should get paid for that

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u/Talkshit_Avenger Sep 25 '22

He'll be getting an all expenses paid trip to Ukraine now.

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u/Diazmet Sep 25 '22

Meanwhile here in America we send kids who kill their rapist to jail…

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

A Father should be willing to protect his family at all costs.

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u/Wheel_of_Armageddon Sep 24 '22

He has a very special set of skills

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u/LeeviLux Sep 24 '22

great challenge: look at the photo and try to guess who's who

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u/B_McD314 Sep 25 '22

W for Russian domestic affairs. I don’t think acquittal would happen as easily in the US

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u/Embarrassed_Skirt_68 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

As a father myself, I completely understand that man's reaction. And for once I would be ok to accept the traditional Russian way of extremely obvious lying.

"The injuries of the man were caused from the struggle between the body and the mind"

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u/H0NK_H0NKLER Sep 24 '22

We should summarily execute all pedophiles who are caught on tape/camera committing the crime (provided the evidence hasn't been tampered with)

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u/Mookius Sep 24 '22

Fair. Anyone touches my little girl, I will torture them for a long time. They won't die quickly.

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u/AggressiveClassic89 Sep 24 '22

No need to punish the man further, the video will be etched on his soul for the rest of his life, i can't think of anything worse, wouldn't wish it on anyone.

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u/DartNorth Sep 25 '22

Sounds like a suicide to me.

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u/levianthony Sep 25 '22

Every father should have this right

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u/A-venious Sep 25 '22

Now that is an honor killing.

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u/taurus3alexis Sep 25 '22

Thank this man for doing the lords work

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u/NJ-B Sep 25 '22

Sounds good to me. He discovered the cure for pedophilia .

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u/ripewe Sep 24 '22

Fucking knight him

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u/EatsOverTheSink Sep 24 '22

Well yeah, you don’t stick heroes in prison.