Sister of Suspected Killer in Prikhodko Case Speaks
|via Toronto Sun|
Lydia and another relative tried to contact Rakossi again after he ended the call, but couldn't reach him. As for his whereabouts:
"Knowing him, I don't think he would be able to live with himself and carry the burden of having killed the person he loved more than himself, and her daughter," Lydia said.
"I think he would follow them to death very soon."
Police continue to investigate the killings and say they have no evidence yet that Rakossi, who is a Russian citizen, has taken his own life. Nicknamed "Russian Rambo" and a former member of Russian Army special ops, Rakossi will be diffiicult to find -- and under Russian law, he can't be extradited.
His sister told the Post, "If he is still alive and I see him, I will say to him: 'What have you done? What HAVE you done?' No one can get away with this. I am going through pictures of him, looking at them, and I am crying, crying, crying."