On 23 April, 2017, 31-year-old Olga Anisova of Moscow oblast run over a six-year-old Alyosha Shimko that was playing in front of the apartment building he lived in. Olga dragged his body for ten meters. She claimed that the boy jumped under her car. However, many witness of the accident tell a very different story: Olga was driving on a high speed and talking on the phone. But the most unbelievable thing happened when the boy’s body was examined. The examination revealed that at the moment of the accident Alyosha was severely drunk and alcohol’s level in his blood equals a bottle of vodka. It is virtually impossible for a six-year-old child to drink so much and to stay conscious. The boy’s father suggested that this report was falsified in order to help Olga Anisova (who is a wife of a local crime boss that is now in prison) to cover up her crime. Add to it attempts to silence the witnesses and disappearance of crucial evidence (including surveillance camera footage). Alyosha Shimko’s parents are determined to prove that their 6-year-old son is not guilty of his own death.
Is it fair to feel Will's behavior in season 2 was extremely objectionable without any relation to his place in the show or the focus? I actually really enjoy him as a main character and think that his place in the spotlight is completely deserved (I even roleplay as him) but I have a lot of issues with the things he did and feel really strongly about not glossing over that just because he's not Hannibal Lecter or Mason Verger. I still think he's a compelling protagonist, (cont.)