Evgeni had lived a life of sin and violence since the day he was born. As a child he had been the subject of physical abuse through the hands of a teacher who did not like little boys. This teacher was sadistic towards Evgeni and would keep him after class and after school to teach the little boy some discipline through physical punishment. Evgeni was warned by the teacher to not tell his parents because if he did then he would be subject to further physical punishments. The teacher had mentally broke down little Evgeni through the process of unearned guilt telling Evgeni that he was born an original sinner and he needed to be punished in order to purify his soul. Evegni, as a young child, belived the teacher was a powerful authority not only on a academic level but also as a religious preacher. The teacher continually hammered home to Evgeni time and time again that he was no good and worthless and Evgeni began to believe that he was evil and deserved the punishment that he was receiving. The teacher also told Evgeni that his parents were evil and that he must not communicate with them because they were the ones that had given him the evil genetics.
By grade three Evgeni had become a hardened child that seemed to lack any feeling and emotion. But inside Evgeni there was something that he had never felt before and that was hate. He didn't know why he felt this way and why he had an extreme dislike for his parents and his brother and sister. He was still too young to fully understand the concept of hate, therefore he was unable to explain to anyone how he felt. But he knew there was something rising within him, something that he was finding harder and harder to control. The teacher sensed this growing anger inside the child, but knew it was not directed towards him because he was the one that had total control of the child mentally and physically.
By the fifth grade Evgeni had become completely disobedient towards his parents and everyone around him except the teacher, who continued to foster anger and hate in the little boy. By the seventh grade Evgeni began to question his thoughts and feelings and wondered why they were there. But there was something new and more sinister lurking inside of him that he had never felt before and which he now understood: self guilt and self hate. But he did not know why.
Evengi met with his teacher and asked him about these things and the teacher told him he was not to question anything and merely was to obey. Evgeni asked no more questions and became suspicious of the teacher who struck Evgeni on the face with a fist. Evgeni then stood up and as he was walking out of the room he grabbed the teacher by the head and smashed him into the wall breaking his neck. He then stomped on the teacher's head until it was completely crushed. Evgeni then walked out of the classroom, never being convicted of killing his teacher and for the rest of his life he was a murderous killing machine against authority figures.