A 64-year-old Romanian man killed the young girl with extreme cruelty in London last May. The case has just been judged in court. The perpetrator was sentenced to life imprisonment. In case of good behaviour, he could be released in 22 years at the earliest.
The body of the 20-year-old Hungarian girl was found by local police in May last year. The perpetrator had killed the victim with extreme cruelty. As BBC reports, Neculai Paizan struck Agnes at least 20 times over the head with the electric jigsaw tool and buried the body in a north London park. It is believed that the man may have attacked the 20-year-old Hungarian girl because she did not want to sex with him. According to the local police, the level of violence was truly horrific. Her remains were finally found and identified on 14 June 2021. Based on the clues, the 64-year-old Romanian man was arrested as a suspect, but later denied his guilt in court in August last year.
The judgment was handed down in July this year. According to the London police, the man was found guilty by the court on 19 July. At the time, the sentence had not been decided, but was handed down a week later. The perpetrator, Neculai Paizan was sentenced to life imprisonment.
The verdict also stipulated that the man could be released after 22 years at the earliest, even if he was of good behaviour, reports the Hungarian news portal Index.
At the trial, the Detective Chief Inspector said he felt for the family and friends of the Hungarian girl, who “not only had to bear the loss, but also had to deal with the details of the murder at the trial”.
Although the motive for the murder is unclear, investigators say the man had planned the murder in advance. This is inferred from the way he tried to hide the crime scene after the crime was committed.
The victim’s ex-partner revealed that Ágnes had left Hungary for England in the hope of a new life and that they had a child together who was currently in foster care. She wrote him a letter shortly before her death, but the reply was left unfinished. „She was my love, my son’s mother, my partner and my best friend. How can I finish this letter without her?”, said the grieving man.
The 64-year-old Romanian killer was living in a run-down container house in London’s Brent district (where he committed the murder). The perpatrator claimed he found Ágnes dead after she drugged him. Although, the killer is known to have worked as a concrete-mixer driver on construction sites, he owned a property worth £700,000 (~ EUR 682,224) in Notting Hill, also in London, reports DailyMail.
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Source: index.hu, bbc.com, dailymail.co.uk
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