Inside filthy shipping container where wicked killer, 64, murdered woman, 20, with power saw, as he's jailed for life | The Sun

2022-07-25 19:28:29 By : Ms. Catherine Zou

COPS have released photos of the filthy shipping container turned home where a vile killer murdered a young woman with a power saw.

Neculai Paizan, 64, killed Agnes Akom, 20, on 9 May last year by beating her more than 20 times with the power tool and strangling her with a cord.

Now cops have released photos showing inside the squalid shipping container that he used as a home and in which he murdered Akom.

The photos show grimy walls and a stained bed, as well as a dirty and cluttered storage room.

Unbelievably, the sick killer owns a £700k property in Notting Hill, West London but chooses to live in the disgusting makeshift home.

Paizan was jailed for life with a minimum of 22 years today after being found guilty of the foul crime at the Old Bailey.

Chilling CCTV, shown in court, shows him moments after the killing, pushing a wheelie bin containing Agnes' body wrapped in a plastic bag.

The court heard that he moved her body to woodland near the North London murder site and buried her under a pile of logs, where she was later found.

This comes as Agnes' partner, Peter Lenart, broke his silence over the ordeal, saying that Agnes had come to this country from Hungary "in the hope of a new life."

Heartbreakingly, he revealed that she had been writing a letter to their young son who had been taken into care before she died.

"How am I supposed to finish that letter without her", he asked.

"She was my love, the mother of my son, my partner, and my best friend."

The court heard that, having told Peter she was going to work, Agnes messaged her killer and Attila Molna-Feri, who she had an "intimate relationship" with.

She ordered an Uber to go to Molna-Feri's home but was picked up by Paizan before it could arrive.

CCTV showed the pair entering dad of four Paizan's shipping container home where he then killed her.

He visited the park where he dumped her body five times over the following days after Lenart reported his partner missing.

Cops eventually found the body a month later on 14 June.

Sentencing Paizan, Judge Richard Marks QC said: "It is clear on your lengthy evidence that you remain in a complete state of denial as to what you did in that frenzy of violence that took away that young girl's life at the age of 20."

"These were shocking acts of wickedness on your part."

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