Nikolay Fomin, the father of one of the Chessboard Killer's victims

Aleksandr Pichushkin, the Chessboard Killer, was sentenced to life in prison on October 29 for killing 48 people. Pichushkin was given his nickname by the Russian media because he told detectives in a confession that he had hoped to put a coin on every square of a 64-square chessboard for each of his victims. Nikolay Fomin, the father of one of his victims is the guest in our studio today.