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A medical student from Romania who killed and sliced the body of a man together with his girlfriend in 2009, depicted the gruesome details of the murder in his autobiography, launched on Wednesday (yesterday), Cancan newspaper informs.
24 year-old Sergiu Florea has been sentenced to 20 years in prison together with Carmen Bejan, also a medical student, for the murder of a 65 year-old man from Timisoara (West).
The book "Path to the Abyss" of which 300 copies have been printed, gives horrifying details about the way in which 65 year-old Trifu Schrott was killed after he had been lured for sex with Carmen Bejan, named Karla in the book.
The criminal says he was in terrified after the murder. "I was cutting legs without too much effort and the blood that meanwhile clotted didn't cause too much problems. We were trying to put the torso in the suitcase but in vain (...) It was very difficult, now we have to cut the throat, I told Karla totally disgusted... She sat down slowly near me. Don't forget I will stand by you forever. Really?, I asked her irritated. Then you do it for God's sake!".
The criminal student worked two years on his book wrote in prison. He tells about the nightmare he had when he was a child about him being lost in a slaughter house, where a calf had just been sliced. The nightmare followed him all his life, he says.
The editor of the book, Paulina Popa admits she was terrified when she read the manuscript. "Sergiu's mother brought the manuscript to me. I read some of it and I was stunned by the gruesome details but then I decided to publish it because I saw that the young man wants to rehabilitate himself. We spoke on the phone and he was crying".
The editor says that Sergiu Florea is currently working at a new book.
His ex-girlfriend Carmen Bejan also sentenced to 20 years in prison, recently married a drug dealer and she is pregnant.
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