The girl of the nationalist Maksim Tesak Martsinkevich, whom he mentioned in his suicide note as a common-law wife, revealed his plans in prison. According to her, Tesak was going to be released after the pre-trial detention center. She spoke about this in an interview with Moskovsky Komsomolets.
Ekaterina noted that Martsinkevich’s letters were not alarming, although recently they began to come less often, while in the first year the correspondence was stormy and Tesak wrote her declarations of love.
“Lately we have corresponded less and less. The last letter came from him two months ago, ”said Ekaterina.
Earlier, an associate of the deceased nationalist pointed out inconsistencies in the circumstances of his death. A member of the Occupy-Pedophilia group from Kamensk-Uralsky believes that it was not a suicide. In his opinion, it is strange that the body of Martsinkevich was found in a stage box, designed for three or four people. He noted that such a cell should not contain only one inmate.
On September 16, Tesak was found dead in a solitary confinement cell, where he was temporarily for further transfer to Moscow. Nearby was a suicide note, which said that Martsinkevich did not want to “cause trouble for the administration of the pre-trial detention center” and asked to give his common-law wife, living in Yekaterinburg, a book about communism and a personal diary. The note ends with the words “forgive me.”