For the hair the dead did not escape, but the first man was arrested in Antarctica for the murder of a murderer. This Russian scientist, Sergey Savitsky, is 55 years old. The victim is his colleague, Oleg Beloguzov, 52 years old. The Sun writes.
In the loneliness and frost of Antarctica, when the daily tasks are exhausted, there is only one confusing factor shared by the two colleagues: reading a large amount of yellow books. At this time, Beloguzov added to his loved ones to reveal to Savitsky how he would finish the book he was reading. After more "jokes" and so much arguing, Savitsky was angry. He entered the kitchen, took a knife and stabbed his colleague in his chest. The blade wound her heart, but she did not kill the "evil" scientist wonderfully.
Beloguzov was fired from the Bellingshausen research station on Royal George Island, Chile, where he received intensive care but was not life-threatening.
Savitsky was sent home after his arrest in St. Petersburg, where he was held in custody and brought to trial the murder attempt. The first appears in the history of man's permanence in Antarctica.