Vitoria Matveev bio

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ACCESS GRANTED… POI REPORT- AUGUST 7, 2010

PERSON OF INTEREST REPORT #80141991

NAME: MATVEEV, VITORIA A

DOB: JANUARY 1, 1989

AFFILIATION: RUSSIAN ORTHODOX ARTIFACT REGENCY (ROAR)

POSITION: UNDETERMINED

POI REPORT- SENIOR RECONNAISSANCE AGENT- MATHIAS T COHEN TO IHA PRESIDENT HEKTOR MEGALOS- AUGUST 7, 2010

Mr. President,

As requested of me, I visited the prison in Krasnoyarsk Siberia. The first woman admitted to the all-male facility was not among the general population or in isolation. When I inquired as to her whereabouts, the warden handed me release paperwork from the state corrections office in Moscow. I have followed the paperwork back to Moscow and found the state employee and the document’s witnesses, including the Judge, dead in various scenarios. All were clearly homicides. I located the public records office and found some troubling information.

The woman sentenced to life in Krasnoyarsk, Vitoria Matveev, was convicted of five counts of murder. All the victims were men in their late 70’s, ex-military, even part of the same squadron. All of them died of the same wounds, severed Achilles tendons. All of them were found several miles from their residences, usually in fields or in the wilderness, expiring from the elements or from blood loss. Nearly all had crawled more than a hundred yards before succumbing to their wounds.

Her disappearance after her incarceration led me to the conclusion that ROAR had found out the same info as we did. Vitoria Matveev is in possession of the Romanov Diadem.

How they found her before I did, I do not know, info regarding Vitoria was sparse before her string of murders. My suspicions were validated when I witnessed the Prince Regent Gavril, after several hours of surveillance, escorting her into his lavish estate after a night out.

After reviewing the files on the murders, her motives for them are unclear. What I do know is she is dangerous in every way Gavril is not. Even more disconcerting is the way they looked at one another. It seems the Prince Regent has found his future Queen Regent.

Mathias T. Cohen