Boss Kills Two Employees Because They asked For Raises

Boss Kills Two Employees Because they Asked For Raises

Rolandas Milinavicius killed two of his employees because they asked for raises.

Usually employees kill their bosses for various job related reasons, but to kill two of your employees because they asked for raises is silly. He could have just fired them instead, and got other employees at cheaper wages. On top of that they were his only employees. Who knows their could be some other hidden reasons for this type killings like the employees knew their boss was doing something illegal, and threaten to expose him if he did not give them a raise or more money. Don’t know if he was married but imagine if his wife asked him to take out the trash, and he got angry. What if the kids are too loud in the house and the noise is getting on his nerves or he looses a sports bet to his best friend? Could staring at him too long trigger something inside of him? Now he is going to have to stay in prison for many years, the question he will be asking himself is  was it worth it?

U.S. police: Lithuanian car dealer killed 2 employees who asked for raises

Published: July 31, 2007

Associated Press

ATLANTA: A car dealer accused of killing two employees because they kept asking for pay raises was denied bond Tuesday.

Rolandas Milinavicius, 38, a native of the eastern European nation of Lithuania, is charged in the shooting deaths of Inga Contreras, 25, and Martynas Simokaitis, 28, both also from Lithuania, authorities said. Police said he shot the two Thursday after they kept asking for more pay.

Milinavicius appeared in court Tuesday and was charged with two counts of murder, two counts of felony murder and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Another court date was set for Aug. 14.

Milinavicius asked through the interpreter where he could find a shaving kit, but he was not given one.

Milinavicius, who was having financial problems, told police he shot the two after they asked for raises, 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.

Milinavicius 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.

Milinavicius turned himself in two days after the shootings and confessed to the killings, Popham said.

Contreras and Simokaitis were cremated and an informal memorial service was held at Simokaitis’ cousin’s apartment over the weekend. The remains were to be flown to Lithuania on Tuesday.

"It doesn’t make any sense," the cousin, Jaunius Simokaitis, of Fayetteville, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Monday. "If he was having money problems, these two would have been the ones to help him get out of debt. They would have helped him make that money."





  1. Elle

    Hey Chance, you haven’t written lately. It would be nice if you wrote about the issue of special treatment, who deserves it if anyone, does it make people lose respect for the black race when blacks keep demanding special concessions.

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