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Ex-Kings player Voynov spent two months in jail, but is at Olympics representing Russia

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - Blood seemed to be everywhere when Redondo Beach police officer Gregory Wiist toured the master bedroom of the multimillion-dollar home on Avenue C.

Around the bed. In the shape of a handprint on the wood floor. On the comforter. In a trail leading to the bathroom.

Marta Varlamova sobbed as Wiist interviewed her around midnight on Oct. 19, 2014. The distraught woman told the officer that her husband Slava Voynov, then a standout defenseman for

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