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Mormon Sons - Brian Draper Torey Adamcik By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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When the police came for him, Torey declared he knew nothing at all about it. The good Mormon boy was quick to point out that he had seen marijuana paraphernalia inside the home, located in a... More > "smoking room". What he failed to mention was that he and his Mormon friend Brian had stabbed the homeowner's niece to death, with 29 horrific plunges from the arsenal of knives they had bought especially for the occasion. She had wanted to be an attorney, they were obsessed with horror films. They had big plans to be film actors, directors or .......whatever. So, they wrote their own film script with 16 year old Cassie as the star. She was perfect for the role, they said. Long dark hair, parted down the middle. Ted Bundy would have loved her. He was their idol. They wanted to be famous, just like him. Their big mistake lay in filming their masterpiece. It earned them the biggest award for any movie ever made by juveniles, a prison term of life without parole in the Idaho Correctional Centre.< Less
On Australian Soil - Man Haron Monis Farhad Jabar By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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It is beyond the comprehension of most people to understand why a young boy, whose parents were given safe harbour in Australia as alleged refugees, who claimed to be escaping and under threat from... More > extremist Islamic ideology and persecution, would then commit a terrorist attack on Australian soil, in the name of those persecutors his family has decried. 15 year old Farhad Jabar, born in Iran, was a naturalized Australian. He immigrated to Australia with his family as a baby. Mon Haron Monis arrived in Australia, also Iranian, and gave his religion as Shari Muslim. He too became a naturalized Australian. In 2014, he became a Sunni Muslim and adopted a fundamentalist extremist religious and political philosophy. Both the 15 year old boy and the 50 year old man were suffering emotionally at the time of their recruitment, but does this mean they were not guilty of terrorism? Can we excuse them on those grounds? A forensic numerological criminal profile of the two males responsible for the terrorist attacks.< Less
I Always Wanted To Kill: Paul Denyer Serial Killer By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Paul Denyer is an Australian serial killer, currently serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years at Barwon Prison for the murders of Elizabeth... More > Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, over a seven week period between June and July in the winter months of 1993. Denyer, known as The Frankston Killer for his crimes which occurred in the Frankston seaside area of south eastern Victoria, now wants to be known as Paula and wears women's underwear and cosmetics. He claims he hated and killed women because he always wanted to be one. This forensic numerological analysis attempts to establish whether Denyer is also responsible for the murders of two other young women who disappeared in the same area: Sarah MacDiarmid whose body has never been found and Michelle Brown, whose body was found behind a gun shop in Frankston.< Less
Backpacker Murderer: Ivan Milat By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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When the bodies of seven young people aged 19 to 22 were discovered partly buried in the Belanglo State Forest, 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) south west of the New South Wales town of Berrima, it... More > engendered fear among citizens and foreigners alike. Five of the victims were international backpackers visiting Australia (three German, two British), and two were Australian travellers from Melbourne. A man local to the area, Ivan Milat, was convicted of the murders and is serving seven consecutive life sentences plus 18 years, which effectively guarantees he will never be released back into the community. His great nephew, Matthew Milat, who idolized his great uncle, at the age of 17 murdered his school mate of the same age in the same forest by monstrously beheading him, and is serving 43 years behind bars, the longest sentence ever handed down to a juvenile in Australia. This is the forensic numerological criminal profile of the Milats, two of the worst killers Australia has ever seen.< Less