The ‘Bloody Nanny’ Gyulchekhra Bobokulova Speaks Out with a Smile: Her Death is for Allah

By Maureen Bongat, Parent Herald March 03, 06:20 am

The world was shocked after the news of a nanny, who allegedly decapitated a 4-year-old girl which she has been looking after, has circulated the web. The 38-year-old Gyulchekhra Bobokulova of Uzbekistan, has been brought to the police custody, Monday, Feb. 29, after she was caught carrying and waving the severed  child's head just outside the Moscow metro station.

Dubbed as "the bloody nanny," Bobokulova appeared at the Moscow court saying in broken Russian: "It was what Allah ordered." "Allah is sending a second prophet to give news of peace," she added. As posted by The Channel News Asia, authorities say she suffered psychiatric problems.

Since her arrest, Bobokulova has been given psychiatric medication and examinations to test her psychological condition. Sources revealed that the suspect has suffering from schizophrenia for almost 15 years now though she was able to keep it a secret.

The victim's family is still having a hard time accepting what happened to their little child. There's "no words to describe the feeling of hatred, weakness and helplessness," said Vladimir Mesheryakov, Nastya's father.

On the video which was recently became a viral in social media, the "bloody nanny" was caught shouting in Russian language, "I am a terrorist." She was also heard saying "Allahu akbar," which means "God is greatest," while waving the severed head of the poor girl on the street Monday.

Investigator Olga Lapteva, who became extremely emotional with what happened to the child, said that the suspect had committed an "extremely serious crime." With the crime Bobokulova did, "a mandatory prison sentence of considerably more than three years" will be granted to her.

Komsomolskaya Pravda, a family's close friend, shared how the live-in nanny has recently been acting weird prior to the incident. According to her she brought home a prayer mat, became very religious and even spent more time exploring online.

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