Napoleon re-enactor Oleg Sokolov sentenced for dismembering student-turned-lover

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A Russian professor who beheaded his student-turned-lover – and then planned to commit suicide as Napoleon Bonaparte – has been sentenced to more than 12 years in a stockade, according to a report.

Oleg Sokolov, 64, a former history professor at St. Petersburg State University, was found boozed up in a river in November 2019 with a bag containing the severed arms of 24-year-old Anastasia Yeshchenko.

Her severed head was discovered in an IKEA bag in his luxury apartment, while her torso and legs were recovered from the Moika River in St. Petersbug, East2West News reported.

Sokolov — Russia’s most famous Napoleon re-enactor — sat impassively while wearing a mask as a court in St. Petersburg sentenced him to 12 ½ years in a penal colony on Friday.

“He shot her, then tried to strangle her, but she continued showing signs of life so he shot her again,” Judge Yulia Maksimenko said, adding that he shot her four times with a rifle before dismembering her with a knife and saw.

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