A man with bipolar affective disorder who reportedly believed he was "Jesus Christ" has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order after he allegedly beheaded his own mother, chopped her body into eleven pieces, and stored her remains in a fridge in the victim's apartment in Cambridgeshire, England.

Ernest Grusza, 41, reportedly killed his mother Wiesslawa Mierzejeska, 59, in her flat in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, because he believed that "God" instructed him to murder the matriarch as she was the "devil." After brutally murdering his mother, Grusza allegedly dismembered her corpse, cut her remains into eleven pieces, and wrapped her body parts in clingfilm, before proceeding to store them in a cupboard and a fridge, Daily Mail reported.

Officers rushed to the residence after a shopkeeper dialed 911 upon seeing Grusza enter his shop in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, splattered with blood on the morning of Feb. 22.

Officers found Grusza with a meat cleaver and a wooden bat in his hands inside his mother's property. He proceeded to show law enforcement, through a kitchen window, what he had done to his mom's remains. Officers saw human body parts scattered around the flat. Grusza subsequently told the authorities that the parts belonged to his mother. He then allegedly held up his mother's head through the kitchen window and showed it to the officers.

Grusza was arrested at the scene and taken into custody. Grusza was described by neighbors and witnesses as a "quiet and private man" with no previous convictions, ITV reported.

However, Grusza allegedly believed that he was "Jesus Christ" and that "God" would frequently give him instructions to follow.

"One of his most compelling delusions was that his mother was the devil; he was told by God to kill her, and dismember her body, in order to destroy the devil," the Honourable Justice Fraser said.

"He was convinced she would resurrect if he poured holy water and blood upon her dismembered body parts," he added.

Grusza's mother, who noticed that his mental health had begun deteriorating in January earlier this year, had attempted to have him sectioned under the Mental Health Act. She reportedly sought help for him from a variety of sources, including a general practitioner, the police, social services, and first response services.

"Tragically, nobody provided the help that she tried to obtain, and she was usually told either to call 111, 999 or that there was nothing that could be done," the judge said.

Grusza was found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity after a psychiatrist told the court that the suspect suffers from bipolar affective disorder, also known as manic depressive illness. The psychiatrist told the court that the killing occurred “in the course of a manic episode.”

Grusza has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order under the Mental Health Act.

A man who reportedly believed he was "Jesus Christ" has been accused of brutally beheading his mother, chopping her body into eleven pieces, and storing her remains in a fridge. Cambridgeshire Constabulary

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