Elena Lobacheva, 27, said she got sexual pleasure from stabbing her victims to death in a bid to wipe out homeless people.
She also said she had been inspired by horror movie Bride of Chucky and saw serial killer Alexander Picushkin as her hero. She was jailed along with gang leader Pavel Voitov, 23, who tried to do a Nazi salute when he was sentenced despite being handcuffed, wearing a shirt that said ‘only hatred’.
The court heard Lobacheva ‘laughed’ during killings wore a mask covering her face. One of the murders was so violent that parts of his brain were found 16ft away from his body.
After her arrest she told police that ‘randomly stabbing the body of a dying human brought her pleasure compared to sexual pleasure’. The court was told she ‘loved’ killing, and she confessed to involvement in half the gang’s murders.
A drunk carpenter killed by the gang was knifed 171 times, while others were repeatedly struck with hammers, the court was told. Two women were among their 14 victims. One, called Tatyana, was stabbed 40 times near Belarussky Station.
Gang member Vladislav Karatayev, 21, was jailed for 16 years by the Moscow court, Artur Nartsissov, 25, and Maxim Pavlov, 19, both received nine and a half year sentences. Voitov said of Lobacheva: ‘It was clear that she loved murders and enjoyed watching them. She always spoke about torture and the dismembering of bodies.
‘She laughed as we killed, it was clear as day that she loved it.’ Karatayev said of her: ‘It was clear for me that committing murder was pleasant for her. ‘Both of them, Lobacheva and Voitov were absolutely calm and found pleasure in horrific murders.’ When her flat was searched, police found five knives and on her computer a ‘step-by-step instruction to killing people and photos of all of her victims with their stomachs cut open and body parts cut off’.
Folders titled ‘Tenderness’ and ‘Need this’ contained hundreds pictures and video recordings of torture and executions. In a notebook she had recorded the number of knife wounds on the gang’s victims’ bodies. Prosecutor Yaroslav Myts gave a chilling assessment of the five killers.
‘Members of this gang don’t find anything strange in what they were doing,’ he said. ‘Look at the number of stabs they were inflicting on helpless people. This shows they were enjoying it. It’s not just hatred, they are maniacs.’ He warned:
‘The worst thing is that these people have followers. After the gang was detained, one neo-Nazi online community was renamed to “Support Pavel Voitov”.’ Lobacheva was an ardent follower of serial killer Pichushkin, nicknamed the Chess Board Maniac, who murdered 49. He was stopped with his arrest in 2006 before reaching his target of one victim for each of the 64 squares on a chessboard.
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