Sunday, 4 December 2016

Violent pornography incites sexually motivated murders (Part 5)

Graham Dwyer texts


47) Stephen Port

Stephen Port
A serial killer has been found guilty of murdering four young men by poisoning them with lethal doses of a date rape drug.
Stephen Port, 41, lured his victims to his London flat and secretly gave them GHB, the Old Bailey heard.
Scotland Yard believes there could be more victims and is reviewing 58 deaths in London spanning four years involving the drug.
Port, who denied 29 charges, will be sentenced on Friday.
The chef was also found guilty of 10 offences of administering a substance with intent, four rapes and four sexual assaults.

Between August 2014 and September 2015, Port murdered Gabriel Kovari, 22, from Lewisham, Daniel Whitworth, 21, from Gravesend, Kent, and Jack Taylor, 25, from Dagenham, east London.
The jury also found him guilty of murdering Anthony Walgate, 23, from Dagenham, in June 2014 by a majority verdict.
Port met his victims on dating websites, including Grindr, and coaxed them to his home in Barking for sex before giving them fatal doses of drugs.
Their bodies were all found dumped in or near a graveyard within 500m of his house.

Police publish Ports profile on FitLads
Police did not examine the computer seized from Stephen Port, despite prompting from those close to Walgate.
If they had, they would have found alarming evidence.
On 13 June 2014, Port first accessed Walgate's escort profile. Within minutes he had conducted a series of searches on Google and pornography websites.
A few of the search terms he used that day were: "sleeping boy", "unconscious boys", "drugged and raped", "taking date rape drug", "gay teen knocked out raped" and "guy raped and tortured young nude boy".
  He used dating sites to seek out sexual encounters, particularly with youthful looking men, typically in their teens and early twenties, known as "twinks".
  Some boyfriends, who were highly vulnerable young men, became prostitutes while in volatile relationships with Port.
They were advertised on escort sites with Port's phone number as the contact. Some of the photographs included in one escort profile showed one of the men naked and either asleep or unconscious on a bed.
Port regularly searched the internet for "drug rape" pornography.
 At least one of the online pornography videos he accessed featured a storyline about drugs being slipped into someone's drink.
It was a story that Port brought to life.


48)  Steven Brian Pennell

Steven Pennell

In November of 1987, Steven Pennell began what was to become the most appalling case of murder in the history of Delaware.

For the next eleven months, Pennell cruised Interstate 40 and 13 in search of women that he could torture and rape.
He found the perfect victim in form of a prostitute. Once engaging in a conversation with a local prostitute, Pennell would coerce the unsuspecting woman into his van and then drive to an isolated spot where he would then procede to subject his new captive to unspeakable amounts of torture and rape.
Inside the van he carried a so-called "rape kit" that contained specially chosen devices used to torture his victims. Such items included pliers, a whip, handcuffs, needles, knives, and other types of restraints.
His modus operandi varied in every murder which through the police off track. Sometimes he would simply bind his victim by the hands and ankles while he raped them and beat their buttocks with his whip, other times he would hit them with a hammer until they were battered and bloody (and still alive), and in another case he used the pliers to squeeze the victim's breasts and cut off her nipples. Investigators searched Pennells shed, where they found a table, tools and a t.v set 'Cued' to a pornographic movie of a woman having her nipples mutilated. Eventually he would show mercy by strangling them to death, then bashing in their skulls with a blunt object.Finally,the bodies would be dumped along wooded areas next to highways 40 and 13.
Pennell was finally caught when an undercover state police officer named Renee C. Lano posing as a prostitute on route 40, was able to gather fibers from Pennell's van and submit them to the FBI laboratory for testing (blue fibers from an automobile had been found on one of the victims). The results were a perfect match and Pennell was soon arrested. Due to the police's inexperience with serial murder, the FBI had agreed to help, mostly aided by the efforts of special agents John Douglas and Steve Mardigan (Douglas testified against Pennell at his 1989 trial).
On Halloween of 1991, Steven Brian Pennell was sentenced to die by lethal injection aftering have been convicted of two of the five murders he committed. On March 14, 1992, the sentence was carried out. Pennell was 34 years old. Pennell was the first man in more than 45 years to be executed in Delaware.








Ronald Dominique
Following his arrest on December 1, 2006, Dominique confessed to the rape and murder of at least 23 men over a ten-year period beginning in 1997, in Terrebonne Parish, Lafourche Parish, Iberville Parish and Jefferson Parish in suburban New Orleans. He has been charged with multiple cases of rape and first-degree murder. Dominique is suspected of killing 23 men.

In his confession, Dominique, who is reportedly gay, said he frequented area gay bars and targeted men he thought would be willing to have sex for money.
He was investigated following a police report by a man who refused to let Dominique tie him up. The most recent victim, Christoper Sutterfield, had died about two months earlier.
On September 23, 2008, Dominique was sentenced to eight life sentences after confessing to raping and killing his male victims over a ten-year period. Dominique had pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in a deal to avoid the death penalty. He is incarcerated at the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola.

Dominique's victims
 Like many serial killers, Dominique, 42, pulled his victims from marginalized groups, reportedly selecting wayward kids and homeless people between 1997 and 2005, thereby avoiding the type of urgent investigation that would be engaged for, say, the disappearance of a senator's son.  His victims ranged in age from 16 to 46.  With a smooth manner and a conversationalist's style, says Sheriff Jerry Larpenter, he persuaded his victims to have sex for money, usually back at his camper trailer.  But there was a condition.
 Once at the destination, these men had to agree to be bound; if a gay encounter, it was just part of the ritual that Dominique required; if the targeted victim was heterosexual, then Dominique supposedly had promised him sex with a nonexistent wife, who was "shy" and wanted her partners to be tied.  Then once the victim was willingly bound, he was helpless.  Dominique would rape him, strangle or smother him, and then dump his bound body in one of six jurisdictions in southern Louisiana.





Rurik Jutting

A British banker who killed two Indonesian women in Hong Kong after three days of cocaine- and alcohol-fuelled torture and rape has been found guilty of their murders.

It was late October 2014, and on paper the young banker had lived what could only be described as a privileged and successful life. But over the space of a few drug- and alcohol-fuelled days, he tortured and killed Sumarti Ningsih, 23, and Seneng Mujiasih, 26, before calling the police to let them know what he had done.
In court, lawyers described a much darker side to his apparently gilded existence, one involving drugs, sexual sadism, and an extreme personality disorder.
Jutting had tortured Ms Ningsih for three days, before he killed her by slashing her throat over a prolonged period, nearly decapitating her. He then hid her body in a suitcase.
A few days later, Jutting brought his second victim, Ms Mujiasih, to his flat. This was a woman he would go on to describe simply as "the prey" he had been hunting.
 Jutting also had extreme sexual interests, and an obsession with sadistic pornography, experts said. He began using sex workers in 2009 and as time went on his behaviour became increasingly forceful. On a number of occasions, he removed condoms during sex without their consent, despite knowing this would constitute rape in the UK.
Jutting continued to fantasise about rape and kidnap even while he was remanded in a psychiatric centre after his arrest, prosecution expert Dr Kavin Chow said.
By 2014, he was "spiralling out of control". He would go on cocaine binges that lasted for days. At one point, he missed a scheduled meeting in London and, as an excuse, he told his boss he had HIV. He developed a round-the-clock craving for the drug, his weight ballooned and in the weeks before the killings took place he stopped going to work. Instead, he spent hours watching and reading violent pornography.
He attempted to find men on Grindr to have sex with, later telling a psychologist he had been "trying to do everything I could to get new experiences", but described everything as "disappointing".
On 25 October 2014 Jutting took Ms Ningsih to his flat, after offering to pay her for sex. They had had sex on one occasion before, in a hotel, but things had got so violent that Ms Ningsih asked to end the session early, and refunded half his money. On this second occasion, the sex also switched from consensual to non-consensual, as Jutting began to beat Ms Ningsih.
 He then held her captive, and tortured her using pliers, his belt, sex toys and his hands. He filmed some of the torture on his phone, in footage that was shown to the jury. The details that follow are distressing and brutal.
He killed her on the third day, after he made her kneel in front of the toilet bowl, with her hands tied behind her back, and lick the bowl. He then cut her throat with a knife but Ms Ningsih did not die immediately, so her dragged her into the shower and continued.
Jutting recorded several videos describing the aftermath of the killing on his phone. Eventually, he wrapped up the body and placed it into a suitcase, which he left on the balcony.
Jutting began planning to torture a second victim on 31 October. He bought tools, including sandpaper, nails and a blow torch, filming them on his iPhone, describing how he might use them to torture a victim.
That night, he went out and met Ms Mujiasih, inviting her back to his flat for sex. They began kissing and cuddling on the sofa but Ms Mujiasih began shouting when she saw a gag by the sofa. Jutting held a knife against her throat, telling her he would kill her if she continued to struggle. She continued struggling, and he killed her by slashing at her neck.
He later told police: "She was simply, the word I'd use is prey. I was hunting for prey and she was unfortunately the person who was hunted".









 51) Graham Dwyer

Graham Dwyer
An Irish architect obsessed with stabbing women during sex acts has been handed a mandatory life sentence at Dublin high court over a murder that has both repelled and fascinated Ireland.
The trial of Graham Dwyer for the killing his “sex slave”, Elaine O’Hara, has shone a light on the dark underworld of the Republic’s violent sadomasochistic scene.
Dwyer was convicted last month of luring O’Hara to the Dublin mountains on 22 August 2012, stabbing her to death and then concealing her body. The evidence was among the most graphic and disturbing heard by a jury in Ireland.
During a two-month trial, jurors were shown a series of disturbing videos of the 42-year-old architect stabbing O’Hara while she was tied up. In some videos, she was heard begging him to “please stop.”
O’Hara was not the only woman filmed by Dwyer, who sometimes simulated stabbing those he tied up. The Garda Siochana is now attempting to track down the other women, depicted by Dwyer as his “slaves”. Some did not know they were being filmed because they were blindfolded.
O’Hara emerged during the trial as a deeply troubled, lonely woman who yearned for a baby but also had severe mental health issues – vulnerable quarry for a dangerous predator on S&M websites such as Dwyer.
 
Some of the contents of O’Hara’s computer were revealed in February, including shocking and violent images of women who were hanged or stabbed. Buried deep in the hard drive were traces of her contacts with Dwyer.
In early March, evidence began of the contents of Dwyer’s computer. Mr Justice Tony Hunt cleared the court of the public.
One document Dwyer authored described a fantasy rape in Newcastle. Peppered with the realities of his life, it was shocking and sordid.
Another document outlined how Dwyer would kill American woman Darci Day.




















Madi Mahaboudi

A man has been sentenced to life in prison for the rape and murder of an 80-year-old British expat whose dismembered body parts were found scattered in a forest in the Dordogne area of southwestern France.
Madi Mahaboudi, 33, who has a previous conviction for unlawful killing by strangulation of another woman, was convicted on Friday of the murder of Violet Price, who was originally from Northampton and had gone to live in France in 2012 to be near her son Paul.
A medical expert told the court in the town of Agen that the attack in April last year on Price in her home in the village of Moustier had been extraordinarily violent.
In 15 years of practice, I have never seen such a degree of bruising on the throat and neck,' he said, after asking members of the British pensioner's family to leave the courtroom before he read out the gruesome list of physical and sexual injuries found on her body.
Mahaboudi, who was addicted to cannabis and pornography and had a history of mental illness, was the brother of Price's daughter-in-law.
On April 11, 2015, Price returned to her home after attending a barbecue with family members and friends in a nearby village. Mahaboudi, who is from the French Indian Ocean department of Mayotte, was also at the barbecue. 
He later turned up at her house apparently looking for his ex-girlfriend, who told the court she had left him because of his heavy drinking, repeated death threats, and sexual violence inspired by porn films.
Price let him in and made him a cup of coffee, on which his DNA was later found and which led to his arrest.




Manfred Seel
A suspected serial killer who is believed to have murdered 10 people including a 13-year-old boy may have eaten some of their body parts, according to police.
Detectives investigating the case of Manfred Seel dubbed the German Jack the Ripper, confirmed that a possible motive for the killings by the now dead 67-year-old may have been cannibalism.
Seel, from Schwalbach near Frankfurt, appeared to be an ordinary family man who worked as a gardener and general odd job man. In his spare time he played saxophone, but died in August 2014.
When clearing up a garage that he had rented, his daughter came upon the remains of a dismembered corpse, sparking an investigation that quickly widened to include five other victims, and then an additional four.
One of the victims was Tristan Bruebach who disappeared when he was walking home from school in 1988 and his mutilated body was found in a tunnel near Frankfurt. 

Now police say that when the 13-year-old boy was discovered, his testicles had been removed and they have never been found.
They also found that parts of his backside and pieces of the leg as well as other muscle parts had been sliced away.
Officers said the child's body had been disfigured in a way similar to Seel’s other victims.
Their wounds also matched those depicted in violent pornography found on Seel's computer. He had more than 3,200 violent images, some depicting cannibalism.
Police are almost certain that the woman whose body was found, the prostitute Britta D., was murdered by Seel. They said that she had been dead around 10 years when the body was found.
The other dead include four sex workers who disappeared near Frankfurt's central rail station in the 1970s and 1990s.
Gudrun Ebel and Hatice Eruelkeroglu were both murdered in 1971, Gisela Singh in 1991 and Dominique Monrose in 1993.
Police said that the women's bodies had been badly mutilated, with their arms and legs cut and internal organs removed, further underlining the possibility of cannibalism.
Victims


Stephen Beadman
A man who raped and murdered a 15-year-old girl after his friend had groomed her through Facebook and texts has been jailed for at least 35 years.
Stephen Beadman, 29, who admitted killing Kayleigh Haywood, was also convicted of falsely imprisoning her.
His friend Luke Harlow, 28, who lured Kayleigh to his home after contacting her online, was jailed for 12 years.
Judge Mrs Justice Cox said the case showed "the dangers to which young users of social media are exposed".
Beadman was given a life sentence with a minimum term of 35 years.
Harlow was sentenced for sexually touching and falsely imprisoning Kayleigh, and grooming her and two other girls.
Kayleigh, from Measham, Leicestershire, started chatting with Luke Harlow on Facebook just two weeks before she was killed.
They exchanged 2,600 messages - mainly by text - which led her to believe Harlow was her boyfriend.
The two men were found guilty of keeping her prisoner between 21:00 GMT on the Saturday and 03:00 on the Sunday, but the judge said it may never be known exactly what went on in the flat during that time.
A neighbour saw Beadman chasing Kayleigh, who was naked from the waist down, as she fled the flat on Sunday morning.
Beadman then took her across a road where he raped her, before marching her for a mile-and-a-half across rough ground to where he battered her to death.
He told police he used a brick as a weapon, and injuries to his face and hand were thought to be evidence of a struggle with Kayleigh.

Kayleigh Haywood
Her body was found three days later, hidden in a hedgerow near a stream after a police search involving more than 300 officers.
The judge said Kayleigh had so many serious facial injuries she had to be identified through her dental records.
Harlow - a horror film fan who used the online name FunTimes and billed himself as a "professional serial killer" on Twitter - pleaded guilty to grooming Kayleigh and engaging in sexual activity with her.
The former warehouse and bar worker also admitted attempting to meet two other teenagers after grooming them online.
The court heard how he had used Facebook, WhatsApp and text messages to befriend Kayleigh, after vowing to "kidnap and keep" other girls during online conversations.
The judge described the messages he sent to all three girls as "chilling".

The judge was told on Friday that police found child abuse images and extreme pornography on computers belonging to Beadman.
Officers also found that he had been searching for extreme pornography the day before he went round to Harlow's flat when Kayleigh was inside.



 

















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