GUILTY GA - Martynas Simokaitis, 28, & Inga Contreras, 25, shot to death, 26 July 2007

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  1. White Rain

    White Rain Active Member

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    EAST POINT, Ga. — The owner of a car dealership has been accused of killing two employees because they kept asking for pay raises.
    Rolandas Milinavicius has been charged with two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of Inga Contreras, 25, and Martynas Simokaitis, 28.
    All three are from the eastern European nation of Lithuania but had been living in Atlanta, authorities said.
    Milinavicius, who was having financial problems, told police he shot the two Thursday after they kept asking for more pay, said police in East Point, which is just outside Atlanta.
    "He told us that he was under a lot of stress," East Point police Capt. Russell Popham said. "Unfortunately, he decided to take his anger out with violence."
    Milinavicius, who had been living in Alpharetta, started RM Auto International two years ago, hoping to meet the demand for American cars in Lithuania. He began shipping cars and later hired the two victims as his only employees. more at link http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,291489,00.html
     
  2. SewingDeb

    SewingDeb "Sorry, I'm not qualified to land the plane."

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    Now we have to be afraid to ask for a raise? I don't care how much stress this guy was under, lock him up forever!
     
  3. CaliKid

    CaliKid Former Member

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    It's becoming that murder seems to be the answer for everything.
     
  4. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    From January 2012:

    http://www.leagle.com/decision/In GACO 20120123175/MILINAVICIUS v. STATE

     

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