By. Adnan Ahmad
A year after she went missing, the body of a Russian model, 23, who called Putin a “psychopath,” was discovered packed in a bag in a car boot, while her lover confesses to strangling her to death. Gretta Vedler was assassinated one month after calling Putin a “psychopath” on the internet.
She predicted that the drive to ‘improve Russia’s integrity would end in tears. Dmitry Korovin, her ‘jealous’ ex-boyfriend, confessed to strangling her to death. He and she had a money dispute, and he had kept her body in the boot of his car for nearly a year. More than a year after she went missing, the body of a Russian model was discovered stowed in a bag.
Gretta Vedler, 23, was killed one month after calling Vladimir Putin a “psychopath” and predicting that his mission to “improve the integrity of Russia” would end in tears on social media.
Dmitry Korovin, her ‘jealous’ ex-boyfriend, confessed to strangling her to death more than a year later following a disagreement over money in Moscow unrelated to her political ideas and understanding of Putin’s psyche and motives.
He admitted to interrogators that he spent three nights in a hotel room with her body, which he placed in a recently purchased bag.
He then drove her body 300 miles to the Lipetsk region, where he left it for more than a year in the boot of a car.
He informed detectives that he kept uploading photographs and messages on the model’s social media accounts to give the impression that she was still alive.
When a male friend, Evgeniy Foster, a blogger in Kharkiv, the Ukrainian city blitzed by Russian forces, got suspicious, he contacted a friend in Moscow, who filed a missing person report, sparking a search that led to the discovery of her death.
Korovin is seen in a video released by Russia’s Investigative Committee, demonstrating how he killed the model and confessed fully.
Her precognitive posts about Putin in January 2021, a month before she was murdered, are not linked to her death, but they are unsettling in light of events since then.
She was worried about his response to protests and what she had seen as a desire to make a bigger version of Russia.
‘Given the fact that Putin went through a lot of humiliation in childhood, he could not stand up for himself due to his [slight] physical form, it is not surprising that he left after law school and joined the KGB,’ she wrote.
‘Such people are timid and fearful from childhood, afraid of noise and darkness, strangers, so traits such as caution, restraint, and lack of communication are developed early in their character.
‘I can only assume, in my opinion, a clear psychopathy or sociopathy is seen in him.’
‘Psychopaths must have a constant sense of fullness and sharpness of life, so they enjoy danger, intense experiences, strong conversation, intense action – an intense and dynamic life,’ she told her followers.
‘Maybe he really wants to enhance the integrity of Russia and sincerely wishes the good for the Russians.
‘But can he really do anything?’
She made clear she had grave doubts.
‘I think you know the answer to this question yourself,’ she posted.