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Posted on 20th Oct at 10:52 PM, with 494 notes
ramirezbundydahmer:

Each day of his trial, Jeffrey Dahmer was wheeled into court wearing handcuffs and iron cuffs.

ramirezbundydahmer:

Each day of his trial, Jeffrey Dahmer was wheeled into court wearing handcuffs and iron cuffs.

Tagged: #jeffrey dahmer,
Posted on 14th Oct at 9:13 PM, with 63 notes

Two years after 17-year-old Jake Evans called 911 and said he had killed his mother and 15-year-old sister inside their Parker County home, the case is on hold as his mental competency is questioned.

Larry Moore, Evans’ court-appointed attorney, filed a motion Sept. 12 requesting that a jury determine whether Evans, now 19, is competent to stand trial.

In an affidavit, Moore said the defense had Evans examined by a forensic psychologist who concluded that the teen is not competent to stand trial. Moore wrote that his own observations and dealings with Evans lead him to believe the same.

On Sept. 18, state District Judge Graham Quisenberry ordered that Evans be examined by Dr. Jim Womack to determine competency.

Moore also filed a motion last month indicating that, when the case does go to trial, he intends to introduce evidence that Evans was insane at the time of the slayings.

Evans was arrested Oct. 4, 2012, after calling 911 and telling the dispatcher, “Uh, I just killed my mom and my sister.”

“I felt like they were just suffocating me, in a way,” he said, according to a recording of the call. “Obviously, you know, I’m pretty, I guess, evil.”

Parker County deputies responding to the 150 block of River Creek Lane in the town of Annetta South found Evans’ mother, 48-year-old Jami Evans, and the sister, Mallory, dead of multiple gunshot wounds.

Sheriff’s officials have said Evans stole the gun from his grandfather, a retired Fort Worth officer.

In a written statement, Evans told investigators that he had devised a plan to kill several family members after watching a horror movie about a boy who murders relatives without remorse and thinking, “It would be the same for me when I kill someone.”

He recounted that day’s events and how he carried out the shootings before ending his statement:

“I know now though that I’m done with killing. It’s the most dreadful and terrifying thing I will ever experience. And what happened last night will haunt me forever.”

Evans remains in the Parker County Jail, with bail set at $750,000.

He was indicted on a capital murder charge in December 2012.

However, the case was in legal limbo because the U.S. Supreme Court had already banned death sentences for defendants 17 and younger and later ruled that life without parole for defendants under 18 is also unconstitutional. Those were the only Texas options for teens accused of capital murder.

Moore had argued that the capital murder charge should be dropped because punishment guidelines that would apply to the teen have been ruled unconstitutional. Quisenberry denied that motion.

Moore and fellow defense attorney Mac Smith appealed to the 2nd Court of Appeals.

In July 2013, the Legislature amended capital murder sentencing statutes, allowing defendants under 18 to be punished with life in prison with parole possible after 40 years.

With that change, the Fort Worth appeals court rejected the defense attorneys’ appeal in August 2013. The case was then appealed to a higher court.

Last month, the state Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin refused a petition by the defense for discretionary review of the case.

On Thursday, Evans’ attorneys filed a new motion with the appeals court, requesting a rehearing on the discretionary-review denial.

Moore said he never imagined that two years after the slayings, a trial would still be on hold.

“But there are such profound problems with the prospect of going forward with a punishment statute that’s enacted that long after the crime is committed,” Moore said Friday.

“I may not know everything, but I know you can’t do that.”

Tagged: #jake evans,
Posted on 14th Oct at 7:15 PM, with 175 notes

tedbunny:

Serial killer Richard Ramirez as a child. Ramirez would go on to become ‘the Night Stalker’ and be responsible for the deaths of at least 14 people.

Posted on 14th Oct at 7:14 PM, with 778 notes

"Killing with a knife is very personal; you actually are holding it as it goes in, and when death comes, you can feel your victim dying through the knife. It’s like sex."
- Richard Ramirez
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"Killing with a knife is very personal; you actually are holding it as it goes in, and when death comes, you can feel your victim dying through the knife. It’s like sex."

- Richard Ramirez

Posted on 14th Oct at 7:14 PM, with 373 notes
tedbunny:

Serial killer David Berkowitz, also known as the ”Son of Sam”, sits on a bunk in his isolation cell at Kings County Hospital, 1977. Berkowitz was originally detained in a psychiatric hospital after his arrest because of his claim that he had been instructed by demonic voices to commit his crimes - however, he would later confess, in a number of letters to a Psychiatrist, that these claims were lies that were made in an attempt to receive a lesser sentence. 

tedbunny:

Serial killer David Berkowitz, also known as the ”Son of Sam”, sits on a bunk in his isolation cell at Kings County Hospital, 1977. Berkowitz was originally detained in a psychiatric hospital after his arrest because of his claim that he had been instructed by demonic voices to commit his crimes - however, he would later confess, in a number of letters to a Psychiatrist, that these claims were lies that were made in an attempt to receive a lesser sentence. 

Posted on 14th Oct at 7:10 PM, with 4,223 notes

John Wayne Gacy’s clown suits
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John Wayne Gacy’s clown suits

Posted on 13th Oct at 2:27 AM, with 338 notes
tedbunny:

Serial killer Ed Gein pictured during his arraignment. Gein was the inspiration for a number of famous horror movies and villains, such as Norman Bates in Psycho as well as Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs and Leatherface in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Gein, however, is thought to have only murdered two people, while he dug up numerous graves in order to access bodies to make a variety of strange items with parts from the corpses.

tedbunny:

Serial killer Ed Gein pictured during his arraignment. Gein was the inspiration for a number of famous horror movies and villains, such as Norman Bates in Psycho as well as Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs and Leatherface in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Gein, however, is thought to have only murdered two people, while he dug up numerous graves in order to access bodies to make a variety of strange items with parts from the corpses.

Posted on 13th Oct at 2:20 AM, with 2,547 notes
graveyardgardenslayer:

The mask of notorious Serial Killer B.T.K.  Dennis Rader.
This was his own personal mask he used to enjoy wearing when he would bind himself up. Eventually, he left it at one of his crime scenes. He would later say that he regretted doing so, and missed his mask. His known body count is 10. He is doing his time at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.
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graveyardgardenslayer:

The mask of notorious Serial Killer B.T.K.  Dennis Rader.

This was his own personal mask he used to enjoy wearing when he would bind himself up. Eventually, he left it at one of his crime scenes. He would later say that he regretted doing so, and missed his mask. His known body count is 10. He is doing his time at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.

Posted on 13th Oct at 12:18 AM, with 83,966 notes

creppysponge:

blackgirlsparadise:

How….?

STEVEN RUSSELL WAS A FUCKING GENIUS. 

  • Originally arrested for Insurance Fraud, he met the love of his life Phillip Morris in prison
  • He got out before Phillip, so he proceeded to GET PHILLIP OUT OF PRISON
  • He wanted to give Phillip a glamourous life, so he got a big-name job, and then started embezzling funds
  • he was arrested and then broke out TWICE MORE and kept busting out
  • then he was arrested again, and the above happened
  • while he was on the run from this, he was determined to get Phillip (who was in trouble for harboring him) out of prison so he pretended to be a lawyer and hit up Phillip’s jail 24/7. He tried to get Phillip moved to a prison closer to where he was hiding so he couLD VISIT HIM
  • AND THEN he made a fake identity and tried to get a 75k loan, and was arrested AGAIN, but he FAKED A HEART ATTACK AND LEFT BEFORE HE WAS EVEN PLACED IN PRISON AGAIN
  • There’s a movie about his life called “I love you, phillip morris” Starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor
Posted on 9th Oct at 10:15 PM, with 462 notes
shadyrebel:

peoplearesounaware:

dy1ank1ebo1d:

serialkillersandstuff:

re reading a favorite of mine

i rly want this book 😍

I thought some of you would hate the book because it stated that Eric Harris is a psychopath, just let you know.

That’s why I haven’t bought it yet.. hm

A lot of people seem skeptical about reading this but I really recommend it. It’s interesting and well written !
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shadyrebel:

peoplearesounaware:

dy1ank1ebo1d:

serialkillersandstuff:

re reading a favorite of mine

i rly want this book 😍

I thought some of you would hate the book because it stated that Eric Harris is a psychopath, just let you know.

That’s why I haven’t bought it yet.. hm

A lot of people seem skeptical about reading this but I really recommend it. It’s interesting and well written !

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