The murderer tries to escape from the Russian courtroom via the CEILING
Assassin & # 39; who kneades his sister because Satan told him & # 39; tries to escape from the Russian courtroom through the CEILING before being beaten and taken down by guards
- Leonid Greyser, 18, tried to climb through the ceiling in Scherbinsky, Moscow
- Armed guards beat him with clubs and handles while he disappeared upstairs
- Greyser later confessed that he had murdered his sister Ariada Korol near the flat they shared
A murderer who claimed that Satan ordered him to kill his sister tried to escape through a ceiling from a Russian courtroom before he was shot down by guards.
Leonid Greyser, 18, was captured by a camera climbing through a hole in the ceiling of the courtroom dock at the court of the Scherbinsky district in Moscow.
Captured in a clip by LifeShocked police officers watched Greyser clamber from his glass cage to the roof space above.
But when he tried to crawl into the gap, he was pulled back by three armed police guards who beat him with clubs and grabbed his legs.
Leonid Greyser, 18, was captured by a camera climbing through a hole in the roof of the courtroom dock to the court of the Scherbinsky district in Moscow
Armed guards try to pull the suspect off the ceiling while he disappears into the courtroom
The officers then use Tasers while Greyser continues his daring escape attempt.
Eventually, the suspect of the murder is pulled out of the ceiling – losing his pants – and he climbs back into the dock.
Greyser later confessed to the murder of his 21-year-old sister, Ariada Korol. He was detained for two months by a court in Moscow.
Mrs. Korol was found naked with multiple stab wounds in the corridor of an apartment building where she shared an apartment with her brother.
Greyser (photo) later confessed to the murder of his 21-year-old sister, Ariada Korol
A naked Greyser was arrested while he prayed, local reports claimed.
Greyser would have claimed that Satan or Lucifer had him kill his sister.
Eyewitnesses said that before the police arrived, he undressed and drew demonic symbols with blood on his sister's body and head.
Witnesses claim that he asked & # 39; to free him from Satan & # 39 ;.
In a confession to Russian law enforcement, in which Satan or Lucifer was not mentioned, he was asked why he killed his sister.
& # 39; It was necessary. I did what I had to do, & he said.
He wanted to overcome his own doubts, he said. He claimed to be aware of his own actions.
& # 39; I have no regrets, & # 39; he said and also told his interrogator that he & # 39; perfect & # 39; had relationships with his sister.
The three officers used Tasers and batons as they tried to withdraw the suspect to the Moscow courtroom
Greyser later said that he had killed his sister because it was & # 39; needed & # 39; and he & # 39; did what I had to do & # 39;
Killing her would make it better & # 39 ;, he said.
When requested & # 39; Hit will be better if she is no longer with us, did you kill her? & # 39; he replied: & # 39; Better is always ahead & # 39 ;.
Neighbors told how they screamed the woman & # 39; heard before her body was found.
The couple had rented an apartment in a suburb known as New Moscow. Reports said that drugs were found in the apartment.
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