South Korean police have identified the possible culprit behind a series of gruesome murders that shook the nation in the late 1980s, however, he will not be facing charges.
Through DNA analysis, authorities identified the “Hwaseong serial killer,” a 56-year-old man who allegedly gagged, raped and murdered 10 females aged 13 to 71 in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi province between Sept. 15, 1986 and April 3, 1991.
A man who was convicted of multiple rape cases in Kunming, China during the 1990s has allegedly managed to avoid the death penalty due to his patent for an anti-theft manhole as well as his parents being in the police force.
Sun Xiaoguo was sentenced to death for the gang rape of two women in 1994, according to Southern Weekly via Shangiist.
A 58-year-old man accused of targeting and raping Asian women and eluding authorities for more than two decades has been captured by the Sacramento Police Department.
Also known as the “NorCal Rapist,” Roy Charles Waller of Benicia, California was arrested while he was on his way to work at the University of California, Berkeley on Thursday, according to NBC Bay Area.
A dangerously perverted IT consultant was sentenced to 17 years in prison after raping an Asian student for hours. Police described the offender, Leo Del Pellegrino, as a “dangerous, perverted monster” due to his violent sexual tendencies.
It should be noted that a conflicting report has his jail sentence set to 22 years instead of 17.
Parents of a young rape victim are now seeking justice after the apparent neglect of a schoolteacher led to a terrible crime.
A school in Thailand is now at a the center of a controversy for allegedly allowing a rapist take an 11-year-old student out of the school premises.