ISLAMIC Nanny Beheads Toddler-Carries Head Thru City
Early Monday morning, a gruesome scene took place. A woman in a hijab was carrying the severed head of a toddler and screaming at people passing by.
The incident took place in Moscow, Russia.
Witnesses said that the woman walked around outside a metro station for around 20 minutes yelling and brandishing the head.
Amateur video was posted of the event. The suspect was described as shouting “I am a terrorist. I am your death.”
Polina Nikolskaya is a Russian journalist who was in the area when this occurred. “I was on my way to the metro station from home. She was standing near the metro entrance and caught my attention because she was screaming Allahu Akbar.” Polina detailed her reaction. “I saw that she had a bloodied head in her arms but I thought it was not real. People in the crowd said it was real.”
Police officers arrived on scene and requested to see the woman’s documentation. At that point she began waving around the toddler’s head and screaming that she would blow herself up.
One brave policeman was able to wrestle the terrorist to the ground. No explosives were found on her person and she was taken into custody.
An investigation revealed that the beheaded child was a girl about 3 years old and that the woman was the child’s nanny. The nanny has been identified as 38 year old Gyulchekhra Bobokulova from Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan has a Muslim majority, like other Central Asian states, and supplies migrant labor for Russia’s capital.
The Moscow Investigative Committee released a statement with further information.
“According to preliminary information, the child’s nanny, a citizen of one of the Central Asian states born in 1977, waited for the parents and elder child to leave the flat and then, for reasons not established, murdered the infant, set fire to the flat and left the scene. A criminal investigation was launched after the discovery of the remains of a child aged three to four, whose body bore traces of a violent death, in a charred flat on Narodnoye Opolcheniye Street in north-western Moscow.”
Videos and images of the incident have been blurred out of respect for the toddler and her family.
© 2016 Vianna Vaughan