Jan 25, 2013 | By: A Woman

18 months Baby was chopped in pieces, roasting in oven by her Drunk Uncle - Day 283

From Dailymail:

Drunk uncle 'chopped up 18-month-old niece then roasted body parts in the oven' while looking after toddler for her mother


Stove in the house in Oldonda village where an 18-month-old girl was killed"A drunk uncle chopped up his 18-month-old niece then roasted her body parts in an oven, police said today.

Andrey Gadzhiev's sister Elena Titova, 29, had left him caring for the toddler for 15 minutes while she visited a neighbour.


When she returned there was no sign of the child and her intoxicated brother could not explain what had happened to her.

She searched the house in Oldonda village in eastern Siberia, but then noticed a strange smell from the stove.

Opening the hot oven, she discovered the roasting remains her daughter's body.

A fragment of the child's leg was also found near the sink in the kitchen.


Police arrested the man who 'without showing emotion admitted to killing the baby and putting her in the oven'.

Gadzhiev, 34, had 'pushed' the girl, causing her to fall on the floor, killing her, he claimed.

'I was trying to hide her body so I put her in the oven,' he told police."


The truth is that when I heard this story, my initial reaction was: 'WHAT THE FUCK?' I was in a complete and absolute shock, my hand went automatically towards my open mouth and Anger possessed me.

I was really angry at the cruelty of humans and I couldn't understand how innocent 18 months old child had to go through such an experience.


However today, when I started to investigate the point within and as myself, I saw a few more dimensions within this story. We tend to blame the Alcohol or the person who committed the crime and it's enough for us to let our inner experience go and move on with our lives because "we found" the fault and we have something to blame which from that moment, it is no longer our responsibility.

My first reaction or shell I say Diversion of attention was - 'Alcohol must be banned'. But it's not the alcohol alone, there are many variables within the equation that leads one to commit such horrific crimes.


So - I commit myself to further expand my understanding of the Problems instead of accepting and allowing myself to access Reactions that supposedly, shifts my responsibility as if it doesn't concern me because it is the Alcohol fault. I see, realize and understand that a solution must be implemented as a Prevention Principle and therefor, I commit myself to educate myself within all the dimensions involved and present a solution within the principle of that which is best for all lives.


(Note - To understand the 'Criminal Mind' that our society are all suffer from, either internally or externally, I suggest reading through Crime's Journey to Life Blogs.)
















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