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It’s the terrifying moment a bloody cutler brags about stabbing a 24-year-old woman in a knife attack in a hotel.
Mert Ney, 22, was sentenced to live in prison for the murder of Michaela Dunn in Sydney CBD on 13 August 2019.
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The disturbing images Ney captured on the Snapchat social media app were released in court today.
In the clip Ney filmed while fleeing an emergency exit, the man with the knife showed off his blood-soaked hands, pants and shoes before saying, “I did.
He added, “Look at my fucking hands … brother … I’m not lying … he looks at my fucking pants.”
The cutler watched the videos in court and showed little emotion. Sometimes he has put his head in the palm of his hand, reports The Australian.
Ney’s relatives left the room before the artwork was reproduced, but the victim’s mother, Joanne Dunn, remained seated in the public gallery, according to ABC News.
In documents filed with the New South Wales Supreme Court, prosecutors described his reign of terror as “premeditated murder and chaos.”
Ney was first seen under video surveillance in Michaela’s apartment on August 13, 2019 at around 1:30 PM before leaving the building less than half an hour later.
CCTV footage showed him taking a selfie on the street after slitting the victim’s throat.
He then he ran out of the alley to go around town.
The attack was followed by the stabbing of Lin Bo, who survived.
Ney pleaded guilty to killing and injuring Ms. Dunn with intent to cause serious injury in the attack on Ms. Bo last October.
Ms. Dunn’s mother told the Supreme Court that her “beautiful” and “extraordinary” daughter would never do justice.
The grieving mother said, “Who would want to take the life of a beautiful woman with the world at her feet?
“We didn’t just lose our daughter. But we have lost our future as she should have been.
“It looks so bad that her assailant will continue with her life after her sentence ends.”
Michaela’s social media shows that she has traveled the world, she attended the famous Coachella festival in 2019 and celebrated her new year in Sri Lanka.
In 2017 she toured Europe with a group of tourists.
After graduating from Rosebank College in 2012, she studied at the University of Notre Dame and posted photos of his time of him on campus.
Joan Westenberg, who had known Ms. Dunn for 10 years, said she was “like my little sister”.
“I can’t describe how sad and broken he is right now. She loved this guy. She was amazing, “she tweeted her.
She then added, “I just want to scream now. I’m sorry that male violence has claimed another victim.
“Selfishly, I am so angry that the victim is a young woman I deeply respected and that she was close to her heart.”
The trial before Judge Peter Johnson will resume on Tuesday morning.