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German Police Finds Body of Russian Artist Anna Alchuk
14.04.2008 01:17
German Police Finds Body of Russian Artist Anna Alchuk

German police reported that they probably found the body of Russian artist and poetess Anna Alchuk (Mikhalchuk) who had participated in the controversial exhibition titled Caution, Religion in 2003 and had been charged with inciting religious and national discord but justified by court.
      The dead body was found in the lake nearby the Berlin house where the missing poetess had been living. Autopsy results must be received yet for the body to be exactly identified. So far the police have found no signs showing that the woman discovered in the lake had become the victim of a crime. Most probably she had committed suicide.
      Let us recall that Anna Alchuk (Mikhalchuk) went missing on March 21. She left her apartment and never came back. This was reported to the police by her husband Mikhail Ryklin, Philosophy Professor of Humboldt University. While searching for Anna Alchuk the investigation considered versions of an accident, kidnapping, suicide and some other.
      The 52-year old artist and her husband had moved to Berlin in autumn 2007. They lived in the prestigious Mitte District.


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