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MOSCOW, November 7 (Itar-Tass) — The employee of the Rigla pharmaceutical company, suspected of shooting to death his colleagues in Moscow, placed a statement on his page in a social network before the murder. Investigators said he visited his page at 04:56, Moscow time, on Wednesday.
The suspect, Dmitry Vinogradov elaborated on his vision of the existence of humanity and the development of the society thus: "... collectively, all these facts, everything I've seen and learnt in my life, developed in me the hate to a human being as a species. I hate the human society and feel disgusted to be part of it! I hate the senseless of human life! I hate life itself. I can only see one way to justify it: by destroying as many fragments of the human compost as possible."
Earlier reports said the shooting had broken out at an office of a pharmaceutical company in Chermyanskaya Street. A man carrying a Saiga and a Benelli hunting rifles started shooting at company personnel sitting at their tables. Three men and two women were killed, and another man and one woman were wounded.
The attacker was overpowered and detained by company guards.
According to the investigators, the crime was motivated by jealousy and unrequited love.
Police said they had found the weapon of murder.