This “white” terrorist who killed six workmates in a shooting rampage has blamed the attack on his inability to have sex with a female colleague during a romantic weekend away together.
Lawyer Dmitry Vinogradov, 30, dubbed the Russian Breivik, admitted murder after his mass slaughter last November in the Moscow pharmacy company where he worked.
He accused six colleagues of convincing Anna Kaznikova, 27, to end their relationship, before shooting them.
He allowed the russian bitch, who witnessed his massacre and begged him repeatedly to stop shooting, to flee the bloodbath with no physical wounds.
Dramatic security camera footage shows the bitch running for her life.
Vinogradov – who had confessed to the terroristic crimes during the pre-trial investigation – told the court how he started dating her soon after she began working at the company, Rigla, in summer 2011.
Explaining his rampage, he told law enformcent officials he wanted to prove his masculine prowess to her despite his impotence in bed during a short holiday they shared in a historic Russian city.
He said: ‘In the autumn we went for a weekend to Suzdal.’
‘There Anna and I had our first sexual intimacy. But it was not a success because of my shyness and my sexual failure, which had happened to me previously.”
‘After this, Anna drew back and stopped communicating with me.’
I bet if it was a little boy instead of that bitch this ruffian wouldn’t be on my blog. He would have no problem crossing swords with a kid. Nasty motherfucker!
Anyway, he explained that with a gun he ‘felt much more confident as a man’ and that he had wanted Anna to ‘appreciate’ him.
Speaking slowly and looking down at the floor, Vinogradov told the court: ‘I want the victims to excuse me. I plead guilty to murder and attempted murder.’
He went on: ‘I did not want to kill anybody. I don’t understand how it happened. I felt bad for a year before that. Maybe I was born like this.’ Yes you were born like this you are “white”.
He also claimed he had wanted to kill himself.
Anna, an insurance specialist, told the court how he had changed from being ‘caring’ to ‘strange’ then abusive and violent after their first proper meeting on a metro train on the way to work.
They began seeing each other and went to the cinema and for countryside picnics and he bought her favourite cottage cheese pancakes from the office canteen.
She said: ‘Once when I was ill, he bought a huge amount of medicine for me, all he could see in the pharmacy.’
‘He was absolutely normal then, he helped me to carry my bags, and it was interesting to talk to him.
‘But it surprised me that he did not have friends, and he was very shy and self-contained. He did not drink at all, and it all seemed strange to me.’
After his sexual failure he sent her an abusive text and then bombarded her with unpleasant emails at work.
In March 2012, he pushed her in the back at the canteen, telling her to go away so he could not see her.
‘I turned and slapped him on the face. He told me “I will never forgive you”’ she said.
She complained to the company’s security team about his increasingly disturbed emails but they told her to ‘ignore him’.
In court, Vinogradov objected when his lawyer cross examined his former girlfriend.
After her testimony, the killer/terrorist asked her in court: ‘Anna, do you want the death penalty for me?’ The stupid bitch replied: ‘I do not.’
Judge Sergei Podoprigorov explained to Vinogradov that the death penalty is no longer used in Russia.
Then he banged on his glass cage and shouted at his prison guard: ‘I want to be shot. You have a gun, shoot me dead.’
He demanded: ‘Let me out of here or give me a gun, I will kill myself.’
Anna’s co-worker Yaroslava Sergeniuk, 25, who survived despite being shot in the chest and face, told how Vinogradov – called Dima by his colleagues – came into the office carrying two hunting rifles and dressed in military fatigues.
‘I heard Anna began to cry: “Dima, Dima, don’t.” Next moment I turned my head to look at her and a second later I was shot, I fell down, the last thing I recalled was a man in army uniform holding a rifle with both his hands.’
She regained consciousness six days later in hospital.
Vinogradov listened to her testimony and said: ‘I’m sorry. I did not want it.’
She replied: ‘What do you mean you did not want it?’
Vinogradov used a Vepr-12 and Benelli-M3 hunting rifles to kill three men and two women on the spot. Another man died later in an ambulance.
The court was told that he was mentally healthy, though he had visited psychologists before the shooting. This had not prevented him obtaining a license to own guns.
He is also accused of extremism after posting a web manifesto ahead of the massacre in which he compares humanity to “cancer”.
Prosecutors have demanded he is jailed for life and he is due to be sentenced next week.
The cold-blooded killing was captured on the building’s security cameras last November.
Footage of the disgruntled lawyer shows him walking into the building wearing a large rucksack containing guns, heading into a toilet, then emerging heavily armed and clad all in black.
He then walks calmly upstairs, killing two men on the way, and into an office where he killed three more by shooting them in the head.
Ms Kaznikova can then be seen running from the room.
Vinogradov was eventually overpowered by office workers and tied up by security guards after running out of bullets.
His sixth victim, Nikita Strelnikov, died a day later. The 30-year-old suffered multiple wounds in the massacre as he sought to shield female colleagues from the gunman.
The other three male victims were named as Alexander Biryuk, Andrei Tertiakov and Denis Moiseev, all 33, and the women were Elena Lapshina and Natalia Plekhanova, both 25.
Yaroslava Sergenyuk, 24, was struck by a bullet to her chest which pierced her lung, and another which damaged her nose. She survived after being airlifted to hospital in the gun spree that lasted just 18 seconds.
Vinogradov’s rampage was sparked after he was jilted by Miss Kaznikova and it emerged he had called her minutes before storming the office.
Hours before his bloody attack, Vinogradov posted a ‘manifesto of hate’ on the internet, comparing mankind to a ‘giant cancer tumour’.
His sinister manifesto drew immediate comparisons with Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik, who shot dead 69 people at a camp last year.
Police say Vinogradov came to the Rigla plant at Chermyanskaya Street, Moscow, where his ex-girlfriend worked, at 9am and was allowed in as a lawyer for the company.
The killer then went to the toilet where he changed into army fatigues and went out into the depot.
In a chilling confession, he later told police: ‘We were dating for a long time but in January this year we split up. I tried to get her back but failed.
‘In March, I bought a rifle and 200 bullets and a uniform.
‘My colleagues are to blame – they advised Anya to split with me. I came into the office where Anya worked and said: “Hello, colleagues”, and she saw how I began to shoot all of them.
‘I wanted them to see how strong I was and then I planned to kill myself.’
Vinogradov’s mother Elena Vinogradova revealed on Wednesday that the couple had rowed before breaking up over a romantic trip he had booked to take her to Scotland
She said: ‘He quarreled with that girl Anya from the finance department. He is from the law department.
‘I understand it that his shooting was in the finance department. It is likely that they mocked him somehow.
‘Before they split up, he bought her a trip to Edinburgh, ordered everything, paid for it all, and some two days before it she said: “I’m not going.” He was in a horrible depression after that.
Vinogradova had been on medication to cope with his depression but had not taken it the day before the shooting.
His mother added: ‘He was absolutely quiet yesterday,’ adding that she had tried to discourage his interest in shooting.
In his manifesto posted on a Russian social site which also included racist images, Vinogradov declared: ‘I hate human society and I am disgusted to be a part of it! I hate the senselessness of human life! I hate this very life! I see only one way to justify it – to destroy as many parts of the human compost as possible.
‘This is the only right thing which everyone of us can do in his life, it is the only way to justify it, the only way to make this world better.
‘The way of surviving and self-perfection of a man is a mistake, it leads to a dead end, to destroying of all the rest, of all what is really alive.
‘Evolve! Become aware of your real meaning and place in this world! Understand that you are aliens here, you are the genetic rubbish which should not be here, rubbish which appeared accidentally, as a result of a mistake in evolution, rubbish which must be destroyed.’
One image carried the slogan ‘End Racism Kill Everyone’, featuring a black child with a gun.
He described his views as ‘ultra-conservative’ and also said on his site that the ‘main thing in life’ was ‘making the world better’.
He listed shooting as an interest and is believed to have legally owned the firearms he used.
One of his favourite films was listed as Natural Born Killers.
He hated television, describing it as the ‘sewage of human intellect’. His favourite quote is listed as ‘hope is the worst evil because it prolongs human suffering’ by Friedrich Nietzsche.
Vinogradov graduated in 2009 from the Academic Law University in Moscow and worked as a company lawyer for the Rigla chain of pharmacies.