He never expressed any type of guilt or remorse for his crimes. After being found guilty on 13 counts of murder, 5 attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries, he was sentenced to death. He replied, “Big deal”. Richard Ramirez was sent to death row at the
Simmons first trial lasted six hours and he was convicted May 12, 1988. On May 16, 1988 the judge sentenced Simmons to death by “lethal injection” , plus 147 years. Simmons was found guilty of fourteen counts of murder in the deaths of his family. After questioning followed with some evidence Simmons lashed out at a man by the name of Bayum, punching him in the face, and struggling to get a deputy’s handgun. Simmons was dragged out of the courtroom in chains and on May 16, 1988 Simmons was sentenced to death by lethal injection, Simmons began to waive all his rights to appeal.
Just after high school Jeffery picked up a hitchhiker named Steven hicks. He brought him to his house where he gave him a lot of alcohol. When Steven tried to leave, Jeffery hit him in the head with a barbell. After he was dead he dismembered him and packed the body parts in plastic bags. Where he burned the body parts.
John Wayne Gacy is a serial killer who killed 33 people in total. He was born on May 17th 1942 in Chicago where he was physically and verbally abused by his father. Since this age he showed unusual behaviours and avoiding society, but then was determined that he has a psychological disorder. He moved to Los Angeles and was living a normal life however he started showing his real face in 1968 where he raped a young, male employee.
With his victims skin he made various items, including lampshades, and even a full body suit that he wore around the house. After he was arrested, he spent the rest of his life in Central State Hospital for The Criminally Insane. In the film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Tobe Hooper kept most events from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre the same but changed the things the main character did to make the scenes more intense.
On 2003 November 2nd he pled guilty to 48 of the murders and confessed of having sexual intercourse with 6 of the dead bodies (necrophilia). By 2003 December 18th Ridgway was sentenced 480 years with no parole. (Gary Ridgway – The Green River Killer. (2011, May 2). Ridgway is a psychopath, which are people who suffer from psychopathy which is a mental disorder in which people display symptoms such as lack of remorse, poor behavioral controls, manipulative, impulsive and etc.
He had attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan while he was with his attendants, three of which had been shot. Hinckley had shot six bullets out of his .22-caliber bullet at the President when he had come out of the hotel he was staying in. Not only did he pierce Reagan's lung, but he had also hit James Brady, Press Secretary, in the head leaving him with permanent brain damage. President Reagan had stayed in the hospital for 12 days before returning to the White House.(1982 Hinckley Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity) The prosecution argue that Hinckley suffered from "personality disorders" which affect five to ten percent of the population, but the defense saw the same evidence as demonstrating Hinckley's severe mental illness.
The other 10 defendants are hanged, cremated, and the ashes deposited in the Iser River. The seven major war criminals with the 10-20 years in prison remained in the Spandau Prison in
Gary stated in the prosecutor’s summary of the evidence that he had the urge to kill his third wife but he did not because the risk of getting caught was too great. Gary also had stated that he had picked up prostitutes that he had not killed, even after getting in “the mood”. He stated that he did this because other prostitutes had seen him pick them up and he did not want them being able to say that he was the last person with the victim. Even after getting caught in 2001 he made a deal with the prosecutor to tell him about the murders only after he was told if he did he would not face the death penalty. 7.
Along with the dead bodies of the couple, a 9mm handgun was also found at the scene. The following morning, Andrew Kyle Hulsey, 23, was charged with capital murder in connection with his adoptive parents’ death. He has been detained at the Morgan County jail. The motive for the killing has yet to be determined.
Avery’s first incident with the law was when he was 18; March 1981, Avery was convicted of raiding a bar with a friend and sentenced to two years in prison. The sentence was stayed and instead Avery served ten months in the Manitowoc County Jail, he was placed on probation for
Arrested in 1973, he was later convicted in 2003 of murdering at least 71 people and sentenced to 128 years imprisonment. Committing his first killing the age of 14 began a series of burglaries and carried out a murdering spree against local drug dealers, in revenge for his girlfriend being killed by criminals while he was in prison. By the age of 18 years old he had killed 10 people. While imprisoned, the man slaughtered his own father who was also serving time for murder. Remarkably
May 22, 2002 Bobby Frank Cherry convicted and given sentence of four life terms. November 8, 2004 Cherry dies in prison. In 1994 Herman Frank Cash die before he could be charged with a crime. February 20, 2006 the 16th Street Baptist is declared a National Historic Landmark. September 12, 2013 Barack Obama awarded the 4 girls who died Congressional Gold Medals 50 years after the bombing.
Introduction John Wayne Gacy was one of the most notorious serial killers in the 1970’s. Killing over thirty three teenage boys, Gacy was also one of the most successful serial killers of his time. Known as “The Killer Clown” Gacy often dressed as a clown as a hobby in order to entertain sick children and also supply his fetish for young boys. His first known instance of sodomization occurred with one of his teenage employees who brought charges against him in May of 1968. Gacy repeatedly proclaimed his innocence saying that the sec was consensual but he was eventually charged and put in jail after being deemed fit for trial after a psychiatric investigation.