A STUDENT alleged to have been armed with a circular saw killed his teacher today in a brutal assault in Moscow, and after snapping a selfie with the dead body, took his own life. It is believed the smirking bandana-wearing teenager used a knife to slit the throat of the year-old health and safety lecturer at a polytechnic in the Russian capital - and then killed himself. There was an electric saw at the scene according to a Russian news outlet with close links to law enforcement. It is unclear so far if the saw was used by year-old student Andrey Emelyannikov in the attack. Gruesome pictures show a huge amount of blood on the floor under murdered teacher Sergei Danilov. The Sun Online has chosen not to run several of them due to their graphic nature.
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There are groups on social media in Russia that egg on teenagers to kill themselves. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram for latest news and live news updates. Home World. Hidden groups on social networking site VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, are reportedly controlled by "mentors" who incite their members to take their own lives.