15-year-old Ekaterina was brutally attacked in suburb of Sochi, Russia, near the railway station.
She was on her way home from a party at summer camp when she was ambushed by a middle-aged man at the train station. The incident was caught on cameras.
Katya was waiting her brother there, who had gone down to the sea just to enjoy the water for a few minutes. But when he came back his sister was gone. “When the girl's brother got back, he saw a man leaving the station,” – a police officer said. – “He asked him whether he had seen his sister. The man shook his head.”
Ekaterina’s best friend Samira wrote the touching letter: “I had seen you seconds before your death. I managed to see you for the last time and give you a kiss. We were laughing so much. I don't know what should I do. Why is this world so cruel?”
But some comments by other teens, who knew Katya, were completely senseless:
Elena wrote: 'What a horrible story. Authorities should harshen the laws and make court hearings public. Poor parents, my condolences. Hope that they will manage to catch him.”
Radmir added: “Her brother is an idiot. If he was around, she would have been alive.”