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Chechen says he murdered girl because he was in a ‘bad mood’

A Chechen Muslim has been arrested for the murder of a 7-year-old girl in Vienna, Austria. He confessed to police, saying he murdered the girl because he had been in a "bad mood". His lawyer however, called him a "model student".

Published: May 20, 2018, 8:59 am

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    The victim was found in a dustbin, half decapitated. The police discovered her after seeing her protruding feet.

    The 16-year-old told police he was “having a bad day,” which caused his “bad mood” and “general rage” leading up to the vicious stabbing.

    The girl and her killer, Robert K, were neighbours, both living in the same apartment block in Döbling. He allegedly attacked her in with a kitchen knife. Finally he threw the body of the little girl in a dustbin.

    He was carrying a kitchen utensil, “a bread knife with a serrated blade of about 20 centimeters,” he told the police. In the bathroom, he pushed the girl into the bathtub.

    According to reports, she was allegedly alone with him in his apartment. He had led her into the bathroom, where he attacked her with a serrated bread knife, stabbing her so savagely in the neck that her head was half dismembered.

    He eventually dumped the body in a plastic bag and threw it in a dustbin not far from the murder scene.

    Austrian media reports that Robert K. faces a maximum of 15 years in prison, and is currently under state protection because he has been threatened by fellow inmates.

    His lawyer defended him as a “polite young man”. Liane Hirschbrich is renowned for representing Islamic migrants in murder cases. “He seems like a model student to me,” Hirschbrich added.

    “I’m not allowed to comment on the case because I do not have permission from him. But the impression of my client is that he is a polite, well-mannered man. He acts like a model student should,” said the notorious Viennese lawyer after she had visited Robert K. in the holding cells of the Regional Court of Vienna.

    Previously, Hirschbrich had represented, among others, the 26-year-old Bosnian smashing into a pedestrian zone. He was sentenced to life in prison for a triple murder and 108-fold attempted murder plus admission to an institution for mentally abnormal lawbreakers.

    At the beginning of this year, Hirschbrich temporarily took over the defence of the alleged “honor killer” Hikmatullah S. The Afghan man is said to have executed his own sister with 28 stab wounds.

    Now a suspected child murderer is the client of the lawyer.

    Last week, a Chechen migrant went on a bloody stabbing spree in Paris, killing one and maiming four more victims, shouting “Allahu Akbar”.

    A close friend of the Paris killer, also Chechen, was later arrested in France, where he had been employed by the French immigration agency.

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