I still remember the days of my childhood when my parent used to bestow “extra” care whenever I was somewhere outside of home. It’s a matter of fact that during those days their suggestions seem to me paranoiac and squandering. But after going through these cases of kidnapping and murder, I’ve realized that their apprehensions were on-key because this beautiful world is also occupied by some people, corrupt by their soul, sick by their mentality and hellacious by deed.
Evgeny Miller was a Russian general as well as a top-notch leader of the anti-communist White Army. General Miller strictly retaliated the democratization of the Russian Army and became an eyesore for his own government. Later, he switched his location and moved to France where he continued his anti-communist activities. On September 22, 1937, he was drugged and kidnapped by agents of NKVD, the secret police organization of the Soviet Union. Eventually, he was smuggled back to Moscow where he was murdered after a torturous session of nineteen months.