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A divorce case in Russia has turned into an incredible criminal story. Valeria Udalova, 59, and Manila Medvedev, 41, were hiding the corpses of humans and animals in the cryogenic facility they had set up, which they wanted to resuscitate when the appropriate scientific conditions were met at the ‘to come up.
THEY FLY THE FROZEN BODY
After disagreements between the couple who decided to divorce, Valeria Udalova and her team raided the facility where the bodies were found. According to the footage from the security cameras, the team emptied nitrogen from the giant tanks that held the frozen corpses, took the bodies and cut human brains and loaded them into the truck.
The vehicles were stopped by police en route, after facility staff sounded the alarm, and the bodies of people who had paid a fortune for a chance to “come back to life” were left behind. seized. It is feared that due to the nitrogen spilled during transport, the corpses started to heat up and suffered serious damage as a result.
THE TWO CTÉS ASK FOR OWNERSHIP OF THE BODY
According to Dailymail information, Medvedev and Udalova of the parties now claim to be the rightful owners of the human remains. As police review the counterclaims, they are asking ex-wives in conflict to ensure the “integrity” of frozen corpses and brains, as well as the bodies of dozens of dogs and cats whose owners wish to resuscitate them in the process. ‘to come up.
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THEY PAID TEN THOUSAND POUNDS TO COME BACK TO LIFE
The company said it has 81 frozen human remains and 47 animals, and has signed contracts with around 500 more to be frozen upon death. It turns out that the cost of whole body cryopreservation in the business is around £ 26,000, and the cost of saving the brain alone is around £ 11,000.
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