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Eugene Baker (photo) pleaded guilty for murder in the Supreme Court in Wellington, on New Zealand's North Island, on Wednesday

Synthetic weed trader who used a bread knife for his & # 39; ghetto & # 39; taxi driver neighbor, 71, to DECAPIT, stare in court and plead guilty of murder

  • Eugene Baker has killed his neighbor and cut his head off from a drug deal
  • Baker and Frank Tyson had both had to deal with synthetic cannabis in Wellington
  • He killed the retiree in his house after making threats the previous days
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A man who cut off his neighbour's head with a bread knife over a drug deal had threatened the older man with his horrible plan days earlier.

Frank Tyson was killed by Eugene Baker at his home in Wellington, on North Island in New Zealand, last November.

Baker put the 71-year-old five times in his flat for a public housing before he grabbed a big bread knife and cut off the pensioner's head, NZME reported.

Eugene Baker (photo) pleaded guilty for murder in the Supreme Court in Wellington, on New Zealand's North Island, on Wednesday

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Eugene Baker (photo) pleaded guilty for murder in the Supreme Court in Wellington, on New Zealand's North Island, on Wednesday

Baker stabbed the 71-year-old five times in his public housing flat (photo) before taking a large bread knife and cutting off the pensioner's head

Baker stabbed the 71-year-old five times in his public housing flat (photo) before taking a large bread knife and cutting off the pensioner's head

Baker stabbed the 71-year-old five times in his public housing flat (photo) before taking a large bread knife and cutting off the pensioner's head

The body of Mr. Tyson, who was known as a & # 39; gettotaxio driver & # 39; because he would force people to buy drugs for a fee, he spent hours in his house while Baker walked around the complex and told people what he had done.

The couple had a fight in the days before the creepy killing since both men had treated synthetic cannabis.

Tensions reached the boiling point when Baker was evicted from the public home.

He accused his neighbor of his deportation – claiming that Mr. Tyson had been the informant of the office that runs the state house.

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Two days before the murder, Baker said to Tyson: & # 39; The time you and I contradict each other ……… !!! & # 39;

Mongrel Mob members came to Wellington accommodation the next day to fight Baker.

He was visibly angry & # 39; after he had kicked several times the time of one of the gang members and when the gang left, Baker heard Mr. Tyson shout: "I'm going to take your head".

Frank Tyson (photo), 71, was known as a & # 39; ghetto taxi driver & # 39; because he would force people to buy drugs for a fee

Frank Tyson (photo), 71, was known as a & # 39; ghetto taxi driver & # 39; because he would force people to buy drugs for a fee

Frank Tyson (photo), 71, was known as a & # 39; ghetto taxi driver & # 39; because he would force people to buy drugs for a fee

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The next day he sent a series of messages to a gang employee who told them to warn Mr. Tyson. & # 39; Eugene is still going to pummel your mother's motherfucker hehehehehe & # 39;

Baker rushed to Mr. Tyson's flat later that evening after he had gone home with a large amount of synthetic drugs.

Armed with a large kitchen knife, he demanded that Mr. Tyson hand over his drugs.

When Mr. Tyson refused, he stabbed him in the chest five times.

Baker then used a serrated bread knife to decapitate Mr. Tyson. He left with his head wrapped in a towel and in the plastic bag he had brought.

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When he left, he told the residents about the murder and assured them he would clean up later.

When the police arrived, around 10 p.m., they discovered that the head had been returned.

Baker pleaded guilty to murder in the High Court in Wellington, on New Zealand's North Island, on Wednesday.

He was examined to see if he had a psychiatric defense, but he didn't.

He has been taken into pre-trial detention and will be sentenced in June.

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