'Russian Vigilante' relives his pain
Kaloev has returned to his home in the Southern republic of North Ossetia after an early release from a Swiss prison.
Vitaly has told Russia Today it was a crime he committed while being in enormous pain. He says it was a crime of a father and a husband who lost everything.
He stalked and murdered Peter Nielsen, the SkyGuide controller he held responsible for the death of his loved ones.
71 people were killed when a cargo plane and a passenger jet, carrying Kaloev’s wife and two children, collided in the skies over Boden lake.