According to a report, a Russian professor beheaded his student’s transfer car, then planned to commit suicide and became Napoleon Bonaparte. He was sentenced to more than twelve years in prison in a stockade.
Oleg Sokolov, 64, is a former history professor at St. Petersburg State University. He was submerged in the river in November 2019 and contained a 24-year-old Anas. Anastasia Yeshchenko’s bag with a broken arm.
According to East2West News, a severed head was found in an IKEA shopping bag in a luxury apartment, while its torso and legs were found from the Moika River in St. Petersburg.
Russia’s most famous Napoleon repeater Sokolov sat indifferently on a mask and sentenced him to 1
Judge Yulia Maksimenko said: “He shot her to death and then tried to strangle her, but she continued to show signs of life, so he shot her again.” He added that he shot her with a rifle four times , And then dismembered her with a knife and saw it.
According to East2West reports, one of the bullets was fired from the Soviet-era TOZ-17, which was imitated as a 19th century cavalry rifle.
After killing her and hiding her body parts under the bed, Sokolov attended a party with friends.
The court heard: “His friends visited him, and they all drank cognac.”
As soon as they left, he decapitated and dismembered his body in the bathroom.
When Sokolov was caught trying to dispose of his lover’s arm in the cold river, he was caught, and his arm was chopped off his shoulder.
The disgraced scholar pleaded guilty to her murder, but told the court that it had not been premeditated, and the doctoral student drove him into a “state of total insanity” by insulting his child’s relationship with another person.
It turns out that he suspected Ye Xianke deceived him-she became very violent when she told him that she was going to attend a friend’s birthday party.
She told him that she must respect her freedom, but the judge said that Sokolov was extremely jealous of the 40-year-old age difference.
Sokolov (who taught at Sorbonne and was awarded the Medal of Honor by France)–Jesenko participated in the reenactment of the Napoleonic period.
Sokolov previously said in court: “I want to express deep and complete remorse for what I have done. I not only believe that I must be punished, but I also want to be punished for the crimes I committed.”