I'm Devyn, 21 years old and i'm a Criminology student.
Profiling killers is what I do.
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Apparently, she’s been without an external vag since 07 - had it removed for medical reasons (still an opening, but no clit/lips/etc). Last year, she had a double mastectomy due to some sort of infection associated with rejected nipple piercings. All things considered, she seems to be doing pretty well and is in good spirits.
A woman in Sweden has been accused of necrophilia after investigators found some 100 skeleton parts in her apartment.
The Swedish news agency TT cites prosecutor Kristina Ehrenborg-Staffas as saying that the 37-year-old woman is suspected of using the remains, which included six skulls and one backbone, in “sexual situations.”
The woman from southwestern Sweden was charged “with violating the peace of the deceased”.
Born out of wedlock in post-war Germany, Juergen Bartsch lost his mother at the tender age of five months.
He was adopted after spending eleven months in a foundling home, but the selection of a new family was unfortunate. Enrolled in a parochial school, Bartsch was seduced by a homosexual priest who also delighted in filling his mind with sadistic stories from medieval times. Back in his adopted home, the boy was alternately treated with contempt and extravagant attention. His “mother” insisted on bathing Juergen through adolescence and beyond, a practice she continued to the date of his arrest on murder charges.
By 1967, Bartsch — now 17 — was working as a butcher’s apprentice, still living with his adoptive parents in Bonn, West Germany. He was also a sadistic pedophile, responsible for the torture-slayings of four young boys he had lured to an abandoned mine shaft, killing each in turn after they were brutalized and sexually abused.
On arrest and conviction, he was sentenced to a term of life imprisonment, the German death penalty having been outlawed after World War II.
On April 10, 1971, the Supreme Court of Germany overturned Juergen’s conviction, on grounds that the lower court improperly ignored psychiatric evidence and Bartsch was a minor when the crimes took place. Psychiatrists informed the high court that Bartsch’s actions were a product of sexual compulsion, beyond his conscious control. His sentence was reduced from life to ten years, with credit for time already served.
In April 1976, seeking to curry favor for early parole, Bartsch submitted to voluntary castration as part of his overall rehabilitation program. He died on April 28, following surgery, with doctors attributing his death to heart failure.
Jürgen Bartsch (born November 6, 1946 in Essen; died April 28, 1976 in Eickelborn; original name “Karl-Heinz Sadrozinski”) was a German serial killer who murdered four children and attempted to kill another.
John Childs is a British murderer who killed six people between 1974 and 1978.
He was a professional criminal and contract killer, although he surpassed many gangland hitmen in sheer brutality. One victim was shot three times and then stabbed with a sword, while another was battered with an axe and a lead pipe before being strangled.
One unsuspecting victim was lured to a factory to be killed, and he turned up with his 10-year-old son. Ignoring the unwritten rule that gangsters supposedly refrained from hurting women and children, Childs shot both father and son to death.
The remains of Childs’ victims were never found because he dismembered the bodies and cremated them in the fireplace of his London home.
Childs was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1980 and remains in prison. It is suspected that he is on a whole life tariff, meaning he will die in jail, though his name has never been publicised as such. The last published list made it clear that some names had been held back for various reasons, and it is possible Childs’ name was one such.
Two alleged accomplices, Terry Pinfold and Harry Mackenney, were also sentenced to life, primarily on Childs’ testimony, but in 2003 they were released after their convictions were quashed on appeal.
arrested in October 2009 as a suspect in the murders of eleven women whose bodies were discovered at his Cleveland, Ohio, duplex at 12205 Imperial Avenue, located in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood.
Sowell was charged with 11 counts of murder, rape, and kidnapping; he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but later changed his plea to simply “not guilty”. On July 22, 2011, he was convicted on all but two counts against him, including the murders of the eleven women whose bodies were found in his house in 2009. On August 10, jurors recommended the death penalty for Sowell. On August 12, Judge Dick Ambrose upheld the jury’s recommendation. As of April 2013, Sowell continues his legal fight. He has asked the Ohio Supreme Court to change his sentence from death to life in prison on the basis that he did not receive a fair trial because of the extensive media coverage of the murders.
In October 2012 the book Nobody’s Women: The Crimes and Victims of Anthony Sowell, the Cleveland Serial Killer, was published detailing Sowell’s crimes and how he picked his victims.
It was in 1979 that firemen discovered the mutilated bodies of 2 women in a Times Square Motel - decapitated with their hands cut off. It was the beginning of a murder series that baffled New York and New Jersey Police - bizarre and savage.
It ended after 5 murders and several other savage attacks when a a young prostitute escaped after being handcuffed and tortured and pointed the finger at Richard Cottingham … a middle class man with a wife and 3 children.
Triple-murder suspect walked away from halfway house
From the Associated Press: Police: Man charged in Missouri killings linked to Texas triple homicide PINEVILLE, Mo. (AP) — A man charged with a double homicide in Missouri was linked to the slayings of a Texas family after a name tag belonging to one of the Texas victims was found in a truck he was driving, authorities said. The bodies of Orlie and Dawn McCool were found by a relative in the couple’s rural Pineville, Mo., home on Sept. 30, the same day that authorities in the Texas Panhandle discovered Brian Conrad, his wife, Michell Conrad and her 14-year-old son Zach Doan slain in their home south of Pampa. Michell Conrad was six months pregnant. Levi A. King, 23, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder after he was caught the evening of Sept. 30 trying to re-enter the United States at the Mexican border in El Paso, Texas. He was driving Orlie McCool’s pickup truck. “During the course of our investigation, we learned about a triple homicide in Texas,” McDonald County Chief Deputy Gregg Sweeten said. “The information we gathered so far links Levi King to those killings.” King has not been charged in the Texas slayings. James Egan, King’s public defender, could not be reached by telephone for comment Wednesday. Investigators with the Texas Rangers and the Gray County Sheriff’s Office were en route late Wednesday to the McDonald County Jail, where King is being held without bail, Prosecutor Steve Geeding said. Besides the name tag, Sweeten said the caliber of bullets recovered from the bodies of the victims in Texas matches the caliber of one of the weapons King is accused of stealing from his father’s home. King has not said why he tried to return to the United States, authorities said. “We’re guessing that he was out of money, couldn’t speak the language and simply couldn’t handle it in Mexico, so he headed home,” Sweeten said. Authorities believe the McCools were killed on the afternoon of Sept. 29. Investigators then believe King traveled Interstate 40 on his way to the Mexican border. The Conrad home is about 10 miles north of the interstate. Michell Conrad’s 10-year-old daughter called 911 Sept. 30 to report the shooting deaths. Texas authorities have not released any details about how she survived or what she might have seen. There was no immediate connection apparent between the two murder scenes, which are about 375 miles apart. King was released in July from prison to a halfway house in St. Louis, Sweeten said. He had served 17 months of a 14-year sentence for second-degree arson and burglary in 2003. King left the halfway house on Sept. 23, saying he was going to work, Sweeten said. He never came back and no one at the halfway house called to notify authorities in King’s hometown that he was in violation of his parole, he said. “They should have called,” Sweeten said. “That could have saved all these people.”