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- What data on 3,000 murderers and 10,000 victims tells us about serial killers
- Serial Killers Fast Facts - CNN
In recent serial murder cases, the modus operandi has been different, but there's a pattern to how the victims were chosen, and the killers left their signature. Recently, the tree was uprooted and the body of Vanita Gaikwad, who was buried there after being murdered on 12 August , recovered. Gaikwad, 40 at the time of her death, is one of the six people Pol, or Dr Death as he is known, has confessed to murdering between and Ten years after the Nithari murders, in which 17 young women and children from a slum on the outskirts of New Delhi were alleged to have been kidnapped and murdered, India woke up to another serial killing spree with the arrest of Pol in August.
Pol taunted the police for not catching him for 13 years after he murdered his first victim.
In the Nithari case too, the killings blamed on a businessman and his domestic help, took place over several years. It points to how lack of communication between law enforcement agencies and inefficient records management systems impede the linking of cases to a common offender. It indicates that these people make sure no one comes to know of their actions. Vaya, a forensic psychologist from Gujarat and director research and development at the Raksha Shakti University in Gandhinagar, who examined the accused in the Nithari case.
To be sure, the number of serial killers who have been caught is small. They include Raman Raghav, who terrorized Mumbai slum dwellers in the s; M. Jaishankar, known as Psycho Shankar, who murdered 15 women with a machete was caught in ; sisters Renuka Shinde and Seema Gavit, who killed at least six toddlers from to ; and Cyanide Mohan, a former primary school teacher arrested in Indonesia last year for the murder of several young women in India.
The idea of serial killers that we have is mostly based on the fiction coming out of the West.
In , nine women were killed for the jewellery and the money they had. All of them died in public toilets at bus stations in Mysore, Bangalore, Madikere and Hassan in Karnataka. They all had froth on their mouth—a sign of possible poisoning—but the deaths were classified as suicides. Eventually, it turned out that they had all been murdered by Mohan Kumar alias Cyanide Mohan, who used cyanide-laced pills that he passed off as birth control pills to women. In several countries, the police see a pattern in a crime and chase it. Until we have a rule of law system where police records crimes and keep a track of it, where there is meticulous investigation, we will not be able to track the problem.
These are not one-time murderers, they are serial killers. They know what and how to manipulate," says criminal psychologist Dr Rajat Mitra. No link was established. Three were registered as mysterious murders and three as unnatural deaths. The first person to see a pattern in these killings was inspector S. Umesh at the Kalasipalyam police station in Bengaluru. All were happening in temples. We found out the days of the week when the murders happened, the profile of those visiting the temple, the rooms taken for rent, the neighbours," says additional commissioner of police crime , Bangalore City, K.
Sharath Chandra, who was a deputy commissioner then. Mallika, alias Cyanide Mallika alias K. Kempamma, was arrested in connection with the murders. She was in her mids. The menacing drumbeat of child abductions, mostly of young African-American boys, shook a city that was emerging at the time as a progressive black mecca.
Gripped by fear, anxiety and helplessness, parents refused to let their children play outside. Some took their children out of school. Psychics arrived to help. The city imposed a curfew. In , Wayne Williams was convicted of killing two adults. Police suspected that he was also responsible for most of the child murders, as well as the killings of four young adults.
Even though prosecutors introduced evidence to potentially link him to some of the other murders, Mr. Williams, who is serving two life sentences, was never tried or convicted of killing any of the children — no one was. But after Mr. Some parents argue that the city, eager to quiet the blistering headlines, yielded to political pressure and closed the books after Mr. The abrupt, unsatisfying end led to questions, doubts, anger and rumors.
What data on 3,000 murderers and 10,000 victims tells us about serial killers
Through it all, the parents, gutted and grief stricken, have been searching for answers. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was an elementary school student when the killing spree began, and she vividly remembers the relentless warnings against going outside alone. Last month, she ordered the cold cases reopened and the evidence retested using the most recent DNA technology. Wayne Williams is now 60 years old. He sits in a state prison about three hours south of Atlanta and has steadfastly denied that he is a killer.
In the summer of , the remains of two teenage boys were found in the woods in southwest Atlanta. They had been missing for several days. One reportedly vanished from a skating rink. The other while returning from a movie. Over the next 22 months, 22 more children — including two girls — were kidnapped and strangled, shot, stabbed or bludgeoned, along with four young adults.
One boy, Darron Glass, last seen in September when he was 10, is still missing. The city was turned upside down. Police scrambled to find any connection among the bodies that were being discovered almost routinely. At the height of the killing, more than agents were assigned to the investigation as part of a law enforcement task force. Nineteen children were already missing or killed by the time that Curtis Walker, a seventh grader, walked into his home one afternoon in the winter of His mother, Catherine Leach, was cooking when she turned to Curtis and forbade him from going outside.
Curtis, 13, left anyway, headed to make extra money by carrying groceries for seniors. He never returned home. For two weeks, Ms. Leach, now 70, waited for news about Curtis, the second oldest of her four boys, the one who had promised to score big in Hollywood, maybe as an illustrator because he drew animals so well. Leach cried, reliving that moment 38 years ago. I just knew that was him. Williams, Ms.
Leach does not believe he is the killer. She is not alone.follow
Serial Killers Fast Facts - CNN
Several parents or relatives have said they believe the Ku Klux Klan was responsible. Leach said, adding that it felt like her son and the other children had been forgotten. It was a stakeout in May , near the Chattahoochee River, that led the police to Mr.
Investigators eventually linked hairs and carpet fibers on the bodies of some of the victims to those in his house and car, they said. Agan, who worked on the police force for 29 years, retiring as a homicide commander, said he understands the temptation to believe that Mr. Williams is innocent, particularly among African-Americans, in part because of a historic distrust of the police.
But for him, he said, the facts are clear. It was Mr. Williams whom the police spotted crossing a bridge in his car after an officer heard a splash , he said.