The Illinois man who stabbed his spouse, mom and two daughters to dying earlier than killing himself had threatened to unleash the unfathomable violence weeks earlier than he carried out the murders.
Andrei Kisliak, 39, instructed his spouse Vera Kisliak that he would kill her and her household dwelling in Europe if she didn’t cease divorce proceedings in opposition to him, court docket information obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times state.
The brute additionally instructed his estranged spouse he would “disfigure her in a way that no one will recognize her” for barring him from seeing the 4- and 6-year-old daughters he would ruthlessly slay Nov. 30.
Vera instructed a decide of numerous situations Kisliak had terrorized his household, together with heavy drug use and bringing prostitutes into the house.
A decide barred Kisliak from the house till Nov. 1, when the couple requested for the order to be modified to permit him to maneuver again in. Despite “strongly advising against the arrangement,” the request was accepted.
Thirty days later, Kisliak brutally murdered Vera, his daughters and his mom, Lilia Kisliak, who had moved into the house to assist look after the women, police mentioned. All 5 have been discovered with “sharp force injuries,” Buffalo Grove Police mentioned. A pet was additionally discovered useless within the dwelling.
Police determined Monday that Kisliak was responsible for the savage murders primarily based on proof discovered on the $1 million Acacia Terrace dwelling. The carnage was so brutal that Buffalo Grove Police Chief Brian Budds mentioned the investigation was “devastating and traumatic” for responding officers.
The day earlier than the household’s our bodies have been discovered, a listening to was held to deal with promoting off the expensive suburban Chicago home, which had gone into foreclosures. A pal of Kisliak’s instructed the Chicago Sun-Times that Kisliak had uncharacteristically stopped working within the months earlier than the killings.
Records of Kisliak’s erratic conduct prolong to at the least July, when the divorce proceedings started.
In August, Kisliak held the keys to the household’s 4 BMW vehicles hostage when she tried to take them to high school, however refused to drive them himself. A neighbor took Vera and her daughters to high school, however Kisliak allegedly adopted them, “recording them, berating them, and yelling at them to take the Uber.”
The court docket ordered Kisliak handy over the keys to one of many vehicles, and he complied however gave her a damaged key. Vera claimed the automobile would solely run for a number of seconds earlier than stopping.
Vera was granted sole entry to the home and youngsters in September, the identical month a decide ordered Kisliak jailed for contempt for repeatedly disrupting a listening to with profane outbursts, information present. He was additionally jailed for exhibiting as much as the home regardless of the ban.
“(Kisliak) is an unstable man who is capable of anything,” Vera’s lawyer wrote.
A pal of Vera’s began a GoFundMe to assist her household offset funeral bills. The kickstarter has already surpassed its $50,000 aim by over $20,000.