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North Dakota man, 21, pleads guilty to attempting to murder the woman he thought was a witch

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A North Dakota man pleaded guilty Monday to trying to kill a woman because he believed “she was a witch.”

Mars Rashidovich Azizov, 21, a harassment, a female University of North Dakota students in September 2018, with the apparent plan to attack it and kill it. He confessed to authorities he had been stalking the woman for days after, he was convinced that she was evil, according to published reports.

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Azizov, told investigators he wanted to kill her,” according to the Grand Forks Herald. He bought an antique silver pocket knife online, if he / she thought of which was of silver in silver, the only way to kill her, and followed her to her apartment.

Mars Rashidovich Azizov, 21, pleaded guilty Monday to trying to kill a woman because he thought she was a witch, according to a local report.

The 21-year-old, who is graduating from high school valedictorian, he said he had “lost his nerve” and not an attack on women. Then he turned back and went to her.

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The authorities said he slashed the woman’s throat, several times, and after the attack on her from behind. The woman, who suffered a number of injuries,” has escaped to a neighbor’s apartment.

On Monday, Azizov pleaded guilty to attempted murder, stalking, and criminal mischief, according to the Herald. He was, in the first instance, is charged with terrorizing, but that responsibility was reduced, as part of a plea deal.

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Azizov, whose lawyer says he is schizophrenic, is not a united states citizen, the Herald reported it, although it does not comment on his immigration status. He is faced with the possibility of being deported to India once his sentence is complete. Non-naturalized, legal immigrants, and undocumented immigrants as felonies are subject to deportation.

He reportedly faces up to 20 years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced next month.

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