Bashkortostan: girl tries to strangle and bury 9-year-old brother in snow
The sister was jealous of their parents; she was sent to a mental hospital.
In one of the villages of Bashkiria, Gulnaz, 22, suffering from a mental illness, tried to kill her 9-year-old brother Dinar because of jealousy, but passers-by rescued the boy. The girl was placed in a psychiatric hospital for a year and a half, the Telegram-channel Mash reported.
Gulnaz asked her mother for permission to take her brother to the library. The mother agreed, but every half an hour she called the children. After visiting the library, Gulnaz asked on the phone for permission to go with her brother to the forest on the outskirts. The mother gave a permission, but soon lost touch with the children.
Later it turned out that Gulnaz took her brother to a river near the forest, forced him to undress, strangled using the phone the phone charger wire and began to bury his body in the snow. Bystanders prevented the completion of the crime. Gulnaz explained her act by saying that her parents loved the borther more than her.
Dinar was taken to the hospital with frostbite of the legs, head injury, bruises and abrasions.
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