Horror in Moscow as burka-clad babysitter 'decapitates girl in her care' - then walks through streets carrying her severed head and shouting Allahu Akbar'

 A burka-clad babysitter decapitated the little girl in her care before walking through Moscow carrying the child's severed head, police say.
The woman shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as she appeared near Oktyabrskoye Pole metro station in the northwest of the Russian capital and threatened to blow herself up.
It came hours after officers found the headless body of a child when they were called to a fire at a block of flats in the city. 



The victim was a girl identified as Nastya M - and the child's 38-year-old nanny Gyulchehra Bobokulova, from Uzbekistan, has been arrested.
little girl
The woman was seen pulling the severed head out of a bag and walking around near the entrance to the metro station as police moved in.
One eyewitness at the underground station told MK how the woman screamed: 'My child was killed…I will blow up everyone.' She also shouted: 'I hate democracy'.
A journalist working for RBC daily, said she had heard the woman screaming 'Allahu Akbar" (God is Great).
'I was on my way to the metro station from home,' Polina Nikolskaya, the reporter said.
'She was standing near the metro entrance and caught my attention because she was screaming Allahu Akbar. 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.'
Nastya's mother Ekaterina who had left her daughter in the care of the nanny before she killed the child 
Her Mother
In further footage from the scene, the woman can be heard shouting about the end of the world while proclaiming herself a terrorist.
She was detained at the metro station Oktyabrskoe Pole.' 
The dead girl, who is said to have had learning difficulties and could not walk, had a 15-year-old brother. Her family, from the Oryol region, was renting the apartment. 
She suffered damage because of birth problems in August 2011.
The family took her for treatment to China - and were saving money to travel for subsequent care in Germany. 
The girl's mother, who works in a wedding shop, was rushed to hospital in an unconscious condition after learning of her daughter's death. Her father is a technician at a mobile phone company.
The parents told police the nanny had been working for them for 18 months and a source told Interfax that she was 'drugged'.
Sources say the babysitter told interrogators she did not want to hide from police, and aimed to draw maximum attention to what she has done.

She was detained at the metro station Oktyabrskoe Pole.' 
The dead girl, who is said to have had learning difficulties and could not walk, had a 15-year-old brother. Her family, from the Oryol region, was renting the apartment. 
She suffered damage because of birth problems in August 2011.
The family took her for treatment to China - and were saving money to travel for subsequent care in Germany. 
The girl's mother, who works in a wedding shop, was rushed to hospital in an unconscious condition after learning of her daughter's death. Her father is a technician at a mobile phone company.
The parents told police the nanny had been working for them for 18 months and a source told Interfax that she was 'drugged'.
Sources say the babysitter told interrogators she did not want to hide from police, and aimed to draw maximum attention to what she has done.


Source : daily mail

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