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A DERANGED nanny who chopped off a girl’s head before taking her to the streets with “Allahu Akbar” will be released after five years.
43-year-old killer Gyulchekhra Bobokulova threatened to blow herself up when she caught the four-year-old girl’s bloody head as she walked the streets of Moscow.
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In 2016, a court ruled that Bobokulova had a mental illness and should be locked in a secure mental health unit.
But now she has been “cured” by Russian doctors for a “chronic psychiatric disorder” which resulted in the boy being killed and showing his head, it is alleged.
The release schedule has sparked backlash, with critics questioning whether the nanny poses a risk to society.
Footage of the terrible incident showed her taking the severed head from her hand and rolling along the sidewalk as she was overwhelmed by police and passers-by.
In a case that shocked the world, Bobokulova brutally killed the girl he was caring for, Anastasia (Nastya) Meshcheryakov, then shook her head at the Oktyabrskoye Pol metro station in Moscow and shouted: “I am a terrorist . ”
The nanny said she wanted to avenge Vladimir Putin’s attacks in Syria.
After the murder, the girl’s parents challenged the court ruling that the nanny, who lived with her family for several years, was ill and demanded that she be brought to justice.
They were supported by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who questioned whether the psychiatric diagnosis was politically motivated.
But Bobokulova was taken to the hospital for compulsory psychiatric treatment.
The mother of the victim, Ekaterina Mescheryakova, said: “My family cannot feel safe if Bobokulova finds me or my other child in the future.
“During the investigation, he testified that he intended to kill our entire family.”
Popular blogger Lena Miro questioned the planned launch revealed by Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper.
He said, “It can’t be healed. You can’t send home a prescription to take pills and see a psychiatrist on a regular basis.
“But here (in Russia) it turns out you can.”
Psychiatrist Artem Gillen said: “With schizophrenia, relapses are always possible.
“It is impossible to avoid it 100%, it can only be minimized.
“After discharge from the hospital, these patients are under special surveillance.”