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'Bloody nanny' says Allah ordered to behead child

Russia Severed Head Gyulchekhra Bobokulova appears in a court room in Moscow on March 2 | APTN via AP
  • Suspect Gyulchekhra Bobokulova was detained on Monday as she was waving a child’s severed head outside a metro station in northwestern Moscow. She was sent for psychiatric examinations.

A nanny who beheaded a young girl in her care and then walked through the streets of Moscow brandishing the head, said in a court on Wednesday, “Allah ordered” the killing.

Suspect Gyulchekhra Bobokulova from Muslim-majority Uzbekistan—whom the press have dubbed “the bloody nanny”—was detained on Monday as she was waving the child’s severed head outside a metro station in northwestern Moscow. She was sent for psychiatric examinations.

“It was what Allah ordered,” the 38-year-old told journalists as she was brought into the district court to have her arrest confirmed and extended.

With shoulder-length black hair parted in the centre, she wore a royal blue pinafore over a black tracksuit top.

At times, she smiled, other times she grimaced, flashing a few golden teeth.

Speaking in broken Russian from the suspect’s cage, Bobokulova said: “Allah is sending a second prophet to give news of peace” and also complained that she was “hungry”, had not been fed and would “die in a week”.

“Hi to everyone,” said the mother-of-three, waving at the crowd of journalists in the courtroom.

Investigator Olga Lapteva, who was clearly emotional, told the court that Bobokulova was suspected of committing an “extremely serious crime” and that she should face “a mandatory prison sentence of considerably more than three years.”

The court confirmed the nanny’s arrest and ordered her held in custody for two months as investigations continued.

Investigators would push to have Bobokulova charged on March 4, Lapteva said.

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