Would kill doppelgangers with cheesecake

Would kill doppelgangers with cheesecake

Russian woman Victoria Nasyrova, 47, has now been sentenced to 21 years in a US prison after she tried to poison another woman with cheesecake. It is written by many media, including Watchman.

In August 2016, Nasyrova fed 35-year-old Olga Zvik poisoned cheesecake at Zvik’s home in New York.

After Zvik was poisoned, her passport and a number of other valuables were stolen.

He wanted identity theft

Nacerova intended to impersonate 35-year-old Melinda Katz, she said in court when Nacerova was convicted in February.

According to the prosecutor, the two women looked alike. They both speak Russian, have dark hair, and many other physical similarities.

The next day, Tsvyk is found by a friend who finds her lying in her bed, in a trance-like state.

When the 35-year-old returned home from the hospital, she discovered her passport and other identity documents were missing, along with jewelry and other valuables.

DNA on a cookie box

Examination of the cake revealed that it contained traces of phenazepam, a powerful narcotic drug developed in the Soviet Union in the 1970s.

Nasyrova’s DNA was also found on the muffin tin, he writes New York Post.

– She poisoned Cake with a lethal drug so she could steal the innocent victim’s most valuable “asset”: her identity. Fortunately, the victim survived and the poison was returned to the perpetrator, Prosecutor Katz says in a news release.

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