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The state would be exempt from criminal responsibility and sent for treatment in a psychiatric hospital a native of Uzbekistan Gulchehra Bobokulov, accused in the murder of the child in Moscow family, where she worked as a nanny
The Prosecutor asked the court to send the nanny accused in the murder of four girls in psychiatric treatment. It is reported TASS with reference to the press service of the khoroshevskiy district court of Moscow. The verdict will be announced on 24 November, said the Agency interlocutor.
According to the materials of the case, on the morning of 29 February 2016, a native of Uzbekistan Gulchehra Bobokulov killed four-year-old girl, whose family worked as a nanny, decapitated her and set fire to the apartment. With the head of a child Bobokulov came to the metro station “October Field”, which threatened to arrange explosion. There she was detained by the police.
The case against Babakulov was initiated on three counts: murder of a minor, deliberate destruction and damage of property by arson and false report about the explosion.
In March 2016, the official representative of the Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin said that Babakulova was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Markin noted that the diagnosis was “long overdue”.
In a criminal case Bobokulov passed a comprehensive inpatient psychological-psychiatric examination, confirming that the woman suffers from a chronic mental disorder. At the end of September, at the end of a criminal investigation, investigators were asked to apply the woman’s sectioned.
Consideration of the case Babakulova Khoroshevsky court began on October 24. During the closed part of the meeting the former nurse pleaded guilty.