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Russian mother who could not afford food once again finds out how she strangled her son from the police

& # 39; This is how I killed my baby & # 39 ;: Mother who could not afford to eat again finds out how she strangled and buried her son after telling him & # 39; you will never be hungry again & # 39;

  • Yulia Khabitova, 28, showed the Russian police how she killed her son with a rope
  • She said to one-year-old Timur: "It'll be fine, you'll never be hungry again & # 39;
  • She confessed that she had strangled him with a rope and dug a grave in a dung heap
  • She is faced with between eight and 20 years' imprisonment if she is convicted of & # 39; intentional murder & # 39;

This is the shocking moment when a trembling mother registers how she killed her baby, claiming she & # 39; no longer had any food in her fridge & # 39; and the desperate child & # 39; was always hungry & # 39 ;.

Yulia Khabitova, 28 years old, showed the Russian police how she killed her son.

During the reconstruction of the crime she confessed tears to strangle him with a rope and to dig a grave in a dung heap with a shovel, to bury him in a blanket.

Yulia Khabitova, 28, carries a doll (in the photo) and showed the Russian police how she killed her son at the crime scene

Yulia Khabitova, 28, carries a doll (in the photo) and showed the Russian police how she killed her son at the crime scene

Khabitova (photo) killed the one-year-old Timur

Khabitova (photo) killed the one-year-old Timur

She said she said to Timur (photo): "It will be okay, you'll never be hungry again." You'll never cry again & # 39;

She said she said to Timur (photo): "It will be okay, you'll never be hungry again." You'll never cry again & # 39;

Khabitova (left) said she told one-year-old Timur (right): & # 39; You'll be fine, you'll never be hungry again. You'll never cry again & # 39;

Russian police are looking for Timur. Reportedly, police officers cried when they found the child's improvised funeral in the village of Ismailovo

Russian police are looking for Timur. Reportedly, police officers cried when they found the child's improvised funeral in the village of Ismailovo

Russian police are looking for Timur. Reportedly, police officers cried when they found the child's improvised funeral in the village of Ismailovo

She said she said to one-year-old Timur: "It'll be fine, you'll never be hungry again." You'll never cry again. & # 39;

Reportedly, police officers cried when they found the child's improvised funeral in the village of Ismailovo.

The baby's father, Denis Tkachev, 34, had left Khabitova because she & # 39; had a new admirer & # 39 ;, reports say.

During the reconstruction of the crime (photo) the mother confessed by tears strangling him with a rope and digging a grave in a dung heap with a shovel, burying him in a blanket

During the reconstruction of the crime (photo) the mother confessed by tears strangling him with a rope and digging a grave in a dung heap with a shovel, burying him in a blanket

During the reconstruction of the crime (photo) the mother confessed by tears strangling him with a rope and digging a grave in a dung heap with a shovel, burying him in a blanket

Timur's nanny (photo) said: & I felt sorry for the hungry boy. I bought him baby food, vegetables and meat, I cooked hot meals for him & # 39;

Timur's nanny (photo) said: & I felt sorry for the hungry boy. I bought him baby food, vegetables and meat, I cooked hot meals for him & # 39;

Timur's nanny (photo) said: & I felt sorry for the hungry boy. I bought him baby food, vegetables and meat, I cooked hot meals for him & # 39;

The father of the baby is Denis Tkachev. Pictured: Khabitova

The father of the baby is Denis Tkachev. Pictured: Khabitova

The 34-year-old had left Khabitova (photo) because she & # 39; had a new admirer & # 39 ;, reports say

The 34-year-old had left Khabitova (photo) because she & # 39; had a new admirer & # 39 ;, reports say

The baby's father, Denis Tkachev, 34, had left Khabitova (photo) because she & # 39; had a new admirer & # 39 ;, reports say

Khabitova initially claimed the child was missing before confessing murder.

& # 39; I strangled him, wrapped him in a blanket and buried it under the dung, & # 39; she said to the police.

& # 39; I didn't even have enough money to buy food for him. & # 39;

Khabitova (photo, the reconstruction) initially claimed that the child was missing before he confessed to murder

Khabitova (photo, the reconstruction) initially claimed that the child was missing before he confessed to murder

Khabitova (photo, the reconstruction) initially claimed that the child was missing before he confessed to murder

& # 39; I strangled him, wrapped him in a blanket and buried it under the dung, & # 39; she said to the police. & # 39; I didn't even have enough money to buy food for him. & # 39; Pictured: the garden of the family where Timur was buried

& # 39; I strangled him, wrapped him in a blanket and buried it under the dung, & # 39; she said to the police. & # 39; I didn't even have enough money to buy food for him. & # 39; Pictured: the garden of the family where Timur was buried

& # 39; I strangled him, wrapped him in a blanket and buried it under the dung, & # 39; she said to the police. & # 39; I didn't even have enough money to buy food for him. & # 39; Pictured: the garden of the family where Timur was buried

She recently got a job in which she stacked food shelves and paid a babysitter to take care of her baby, but claimed she couldn't take care of the child. Pictured: the house of Khabirova

She recently got a job in which she stacked food shelves and paid a babysitter to take care of her baby, but claimed she couldn't take care of the child. Pictured: the house of Khabirova

She recently got a job in which she stacked food shelves and paid a babysitter to take care of her baby, but claimed she couldn't take care of the child. Pictured: the house of Khabirova

She recently got a job in which she stacked food shelves and paid a babysitter to take care of her baby, but claimed she couldn't take care of the child.

The babysitter said: & # 39; I felt sorry for the boy who was hungry. I bought baby food, vegetables and meat, I cooked hot meals for him.

& # 39; His mother said she had no money for more food. & # 39;

Tkachev & # 39; s mother Svetlana said: & # 39; she was hard at work. Her children were always well dressed, she loved them so much. & # 39;

Tkachev & # 39; s mother Svetlana (left behind with her husband) said: & # 39; She was hard at work. Her children were always well dressed, she loved them so much & # 39;

Tkachev & # 39; s mother Svetlana (left behind with her husband) said: & # 39; She was hard at work. Her children were always well dressed, she loved them so much & # 39;

Tkachev & # 39; s mother Svetlana (left behind with her husband) said: & # 39; She was hard at work. Her children were always well dressed, she loved them so much & # 39;

But she believed that the woman could have found food for the child.

Khabitova, who also has a five-year-old daughter asleep at the time of the murder, was detained for two months.

She is sentenced to between eight and twenty years in prison if she is convicted of & # 39; intentional murder & # 39 ;.

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