Target Suffers Because of its Trannie Nonsense

A year ago the Target chainstore announced that it would adopt a transgender-friendly policy in its bathrooms. Men dressing as women would be allowed to use the female toilets, and vice versa for women.

Target shoppers in West Palm Beach, Fla., last summer.

Immediately, anger sparked across the USA.  People have had enough of LGBT bullying. The laws passed by looney judges are getting more and more bizarre, and for normal people the nightmare has got worse and worse. In weeks an internet campaign was calling for a boycott of Target stores.  Currently, more than a million customers have signed a “Boycott Target” petition by the American Family Association in oppostion to the policy.

And one month after the policy announcement, Target stock had fallen by 12%. That represents several billion dollars. 

In the year since then, Target has not recovered, In fact it has gone from bad to worse. Its turnover has dropped and its shares have continued to plummet. According to the Wall Street Journal, their share valuation has dropped from $50 to $30 billion, a loss of $20 billion. The management keeps on denying that the boycott, still in force, is the reason. They are trying to blame competition from Amazon and other rivals. But that is just to avoid having to admit it was a colossal blunder. The majority just don’t want to be bullied by a tiny, tiny minority of 0.025 of the population (who have a curious tendency to spy on others in toilets, or even attempt to take pictures).

Of course customers can buy elsewhere. And we will! The tide is turning, Obama is gone and the days when the LGBTs just had to snap their fingers and politicians and judges would jump to do their bidding are nearing their end. A return to sanity is overdue. 

#BoycottTarget and keep the boycott up as a warning to others. If you have not yet signed the petition you can go it it on this link:-

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Actually the Top EIGHT American Serial Killers were Homosexual. 8: William Bonin

Claim: “Gays” are victims”.

Fact : the top EIGHT serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Homosexual Serial Killers 8: William George Bonin


William George BONIN A.K.A.: “The Freeway Killer”

Classification: Serial killer

Characteristics: Homosexual rapist

Number of victims: 14 – 44

Date of murders: 1972 – 1980

Date of arrest: June 13, 1980

Date of birth: January 8, 1947

Victims profile: Teenaged boys

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: California, USA

Status: Executed by lethal injection in California on February 23, 1996

Victim(s) (Race/Sex/Age at Murder)Date of Murder Method of Murder

Marcus Grabs – W / M / 17            08-05-79        Stab x77

Donald Hyden – W / M / 15            08-27-79            Ligature

David Murillo – W / M / 17            09-09-79            Ligature

Dennis Frank Fox – W / M / 17        12-02-79            Strangulation

Charles Miranda – W / M / 15 02-03-80            Strangulation

James McCabe – W / M / 12 02-03-80            Bludgeoned

Ronald Gatlin – W / M / 19            03-14-80            Ligature

Harry Todd Turner – W / M / 14 03-20-80            Ligature

Russell Rugh – W / M / 15            03-22-80            Strangulation

Glenn Barker – W / M / 14            03-22-80            Strangulation

Steven Wood – W / M / 16            04-10-80            Ligature

Darin Lee Kendrick – W / M / 19 04-29-80        Ice Pick

Lawrence Sharp – W / M / 17      05-18-80            Strangulation

Steven Jay Wells – W / M / 18      06-02-80            Strangulation

Bonin, William George CDC# C44600                Sex: M

Alias:  None

Race:   White

Date Received:            03/22/1982

DOB:            01/08/1947

Education:            NA

Location:            San Quentin State Prison

Married:            No


County of Trial:   Los Angeles, Orange             Sentence Date:            03/12/1982, 08/26/1983

County of Residence:            Unknown       County of Offense:            Los Angeles, Orange

Offense Date:            08/27/1979, 11/30/1979             Court Action:            Affirmed

Court Date:            01/09/1989, 08/29/1988             Case #:            A360975, C47500




Dennis Frank Fox (17), Glenn Barker (14), Russell Rugh (15), Lawrence Sharp (17), Marcus Grabs (17), Donald Hyden (15), David Murillo (17), Charles Miranda (15), James McCabe (12), Ronald Gatlin (19), Harry Todd Turner (14), Steven Wood (16), Darin Lee Kendrick (19), Steven Jay Wells (18), Harold T. (15 – Bonin’s last victim; was not killed)


Gregory Matthew Miley (CDC# C42801), James Michael Munro (CDC# C44535). Note: Both co-defendants were also co-defendants in some of the Los Angeles murder cases. Vernon Robert Butts (committed suicide while at LA Co. Jail); Gregory Matthew Miley (CDC# C42801; First degree murder – 25 yrs to life); William Ray Pugh (CDC# C53164; Voluntary manslaughter – 6 yrs); James Michael Munro (CDC# C44535; Second degree murder – 15 yrs to life)

Defendant William George Bonin, the “Freeway Killer,” kidnapped, robbed, raped and murdered a total of 14 teenaged boys between 1979 and 1980. His co-defendants were also young men between the ages of 17 and 21. The defendant was sentenced to death in 1982 for 10 murders throughout Los Angeles County. About one year later he was convicted in Orange County of the other four murders, for which he received a second death sentence.

Bonin also was suspected of murdering other males, whose bodies were found around the same period of time in Kern, Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino Counties. The defendant was not prosecuted for those crimes. The following is a chronological, case-by-case summary of the crimes in each of the two counties from which Bonin received a death sentence.

With the help of four co-defendants, defendant Bonin kidnapped, robbed, raped and murdered 10 teenaged boys in Los Angeles County between 1979 and 1980.

On August 5, 1979, the defendant and co-defendant Butts accosted Marcus Grabs, 17, in Newport Beach sometime between 6 and 10 p.m. Marcus, a German student on a backpacking tour of the United States, was sodomized, beaten and stabbed 77 times. His nude body was found the next day beside a road in Malibu, with an orange nylon cord loosely wrapped behind his head and a piece of ignition wire around one of his ankles.

On August 27, 1979, at 1 a.m., the defendant and co-defendant Butts picked up Donald Hyden, 15, near the Gay Community Services Center in Los Angeles. His nude body was found at 11 a.m. near Liberty Canyon and the off ramp of the Ventura Freeway. Donald had been strangled by ligature and stabbed. He had been sodomized and it appeared that attempts had been made to cut off his testicles and slash his throat.

On September 9, 1979, in the early morning, David Murillo, 17, was bicycling to the movies in La Mirada when the defendant and co-defendant Butts abducted him. David’s nude body was found three days later on a Ventura Highway offramp. His head had been bashed in with a tire iron, and he had been sodomized and strangled with a ligature.

On February 3, 1980, in the early morning, the defendant, driving a van with co-defendant Miley, picked up Charles Miranda, 15, in West Hollywood. They drove several blocks away, parked, and the defendant sodomized Charles. The co-defendant tried to sodomize him, but was unable to sustain an erection. After the co-defendant took six dollars from Charles, the two men tied his feet and hands together. The defendant wrapped Charles’ shirt around his neck. Using a jack handle, the defendant twisted the shirt like a corkscrew until Charles was dead. The autopsy also revealed a blunt object had been inserted into Charles’ anus. The defendants drove to an alley in downtown Los Angeles, dumped Charles’ nude body, and drove on to Huntington Beach, seeking other victims.

A little while later, they began talking to James McCabe, 12, who said he was on his way to Disneyland. They invited James into the van. While Bonin had sex with him, the co-defendant, Miley, drove. Later, the two men held the victim down, beat him, strangled him with his shirt, and crushed his neck with a jack handle. After taking money out of James’ wallet, the defendants left his body next to a dumpster in the City of Walnut, where it was found Feb. 6.

On March 14, 1980, Ronald Gatlin, 19, was picked up by the defendant in Van Nuys at about 8:30 p.m. Ronald’s nude body was found the next day in Duarte, near the juncture of the 210 and 605 freeways. He had been sodomized and strangled with a ligature. There were wounds to the neck and right ear that apparently had been made by an ice pick and the body showed signs of beating.

Sometime on or after March 20, 1980, the defendant and co-defendant William Pugh picked up Harry Todd Turner, 14, in Hollywood. Harry’s nude body was found the morning of March 25 in an alley behind a Los Angeles business. He had been beaten, sodomized, and strangled by ligature.

On April 10, 1980, Steven Wood, 16, was picked up by the defendant at about 12:15 p.m. in Los Angeles. Steven’s nude body was found the next morning in an alley behind an industrial complex near the Pacific Coast Highway and Long Beach Freeway. He, too, had been beaten, sodomized and strangled by ligature.

On April 29, 1980, at 9:15 p.m., the defendant and co-defendant Butts accosted Darin Lee Kendrick, 19, in the parking lot of a supermarket in Stanton. Darin had been collecting shopping carts and was lured into the van on a pretext of being sold some drugs. His nude body was found the next morning in an industrial park in Carson near the Artesia Freeway. In addition to being sodomized and strangled by ligature, Darin apparently was forced to ingest chloral hydrate which left him with caustic chemical burns on his mouth, chin, chest and stomach. Darin also had an ice pick through his right ear that caused a fatal wound to the upper cervical spinal cord.

On June 2, 1980, at about 5:40 p.m., the defendant and co-defendant James Munro were driving a van in Downey when they picked up a hitchhiker, Steven Jay Wells, 18. Initially, Steven agreed to have sex with the defendant. Later, he allowed himself to be tied up, expecting to be paid for having sex with a friend of the defendant’s. The defendant and co-defendant tied Steven up, took his money, beat him, then strangled him with his T-shirt. They placed Steven’s body in a cardboard box and carried it out to the van. At about 8 p.m., they drove to the residence of co-defendant Butts who told them to take the body and “drop it off somewhere.” Co-defendant Munro and the defendant then drove to Huntington Beach where they left Steven’s nude body at the rear of a closed gas station, where it was found June 3.

The defendant was apprehended after co-defendant Pugh, 17, was arrested on auto theft charges on May 29, 1980. He told detectives that he had accepted a ride home from a party with the defendant, who had talked about killing young boys. The defendant was placed under surveillance beginning June 2, 1980.

On June 11, 1980, his van was followed to Hollywood. He was observed talking to five different young men standing on street corners before 15-year-old Harold T. entered his van. The defendant parked, with Harold still inside, in a vacant lot on Santa Monica Boulevard. Despite Harold’s resistance, the defendant orally copulated him. Shortly thereafter, the defendant was apprehended in the act of raping and sodomizing Harold. The police found a length of white nylon cord and three knives in the van.

(Information for this summary was compiled from the probation officer’s report and/or other court documents from the defendant’s file.)

During the same time period as the Los Angeles murders, defendant Bonin and two co-defendants murdered four other young men in Orange County.

On December 2, 1979, the body of Dennis Frank Fox, 17, was found along Ortego Highway about five miles east of the San Diego Freeway. On March 22, 1980, the bodies of Russell Rugh, 15, and Glenn Barker, 14, were found a few miles farther east along the same road. On May 18, 1980, the body of Lawrence Sharp, 17, was found in a trash bin behind a service station in Westminster.

The four victims were all hitchhikers whom the defendant had picked up in his van, and then killed by strangulation. The defendant was assisted in most or all the crimes by two other men, co-defendants Miley and Munro. All of the victims’ bodies showed signs of physical beating and the cause of death of each victim was strangulation by ligature. Marks on the body of at least one of the victims indicated that a bar or other similar object had been placed between the ligature and the neck and then twisted, to effect greater compression. Other marks also indicated that the hands and feet of all the victims had been bound, or handcuffed, and the victims had been sodomized.

Defendant Bonin was convicted of these four Orange County murders while already on Death Row for the 10 others he committed in Los Angeles County.

(Information for this summary was compiled from the probation officer’s report and/or other court documents from the defendant’s file.)


 Bonin was executed February 23, 1996 in the execution chamber at San Quentin State Prison.”

Prior: *** PRIORS COME UNDER CDC# B70175 ***

Date: 11/17/1968

P207-KIDNAP, P286(B1)-SODOMY W/CHILD, P286(B2)-SODOMY W/C, P288-L&L, P288A-L&L





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Actually the Top SEVEN American Serial Killers were Homosexual. 7: Randy Kraft

Claim: “Gays” are victims”.

Fact : the top six, no SEVEN serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual. While we are enumerating them, let’s not forget RANDY KRAFT, who may have killed as many as seventy victims. 

A.K.A.: “Southern California Strangler”

Classification: Serial killer

Characteristics: Rape – Mutilation

Number of victims: 16 +

Date of murders: 1972 – 1983

Date of arrest: May 14, 1983

Date of birth: March 19, 1945

Victims profile: Young men

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: California, USA

Status: Sentenced to death on November 29, 1989

On the outside Randy Kraft was a normal fellow, a successful computer programmer operating in sunny Southern California. On the inside Kraft was a lethal sexual sadist who committed at least fifty or sixty murders.

His killings are believed to have begun in the early 1970’s and stretched until his arrest in 1983. His victims were all male, mostly homosexuals, who Kraft would torture and mutilate, sometimes while his victim was still alive. Apparently Kraft had a great deal of problems coming to grips with his own homosexuality, to say the least.

Kraft was arrested when police officers who pulled him over for erratic driving discovered his latest victim dead in the vehicle from a drug overdose. He was subsequently convicted of sixteen counts of murder in November 1989 and sentenced to death.

Unlike many serial killers, Kraft has denied involvement to this day and has has shunned the spotlight his crimes placed on him. He has never offered any explanation or shown any interest in clearing any unsolved slayings he may have committed. As a result of his stubbornness authorities may never know for sure just how many men Kraft has actually murdered, though because of his extensive traveling it is suspected that the total could be as high as seventy.

Randy Kraft

On a summer morning in 1983 Orange County officers pulled over a driver for weaving. The driver, Randy Kraft, got out of his car and began walking to the cruiser in a polite manner. The suspicious officers walked Kraft back to his car and found the body of Terry Gambrel slumped over dead in the passenger’s seat. He had be strangled with a belt.

A background check on Kraft revealed a 1966 arrest for lewd conduct in Huntington Beach. In 1967 he had graduated from college with a degree in economics, and then a year in the air force, only to be discharged on grounds related to homosexual behavior. In 1975 he was arrested again for lewd conduct with another man, this time spending 5 days in jail and paying a small fine.

Officers searched Kraft’s car and found forty-seven photos of young men, some nude, and some unconscious, or dead. A briefcase contained a notebook with more than 60 messages in a code.

Searching Krafts home they found photos of three men whose deaths were still unsolved in Southern California. Robert Loggins had been found dead in September 1980, and photos of his body were found in Krafts’ home. Roger De Vaul, and Geoffrey Nelson were last seen in February of 1983, and their bodies were discovered days apart. Photos of the two friends were also found in the house. Fibers from a rug in Kraft’s garage matched fibers found on the body of Scott Huges, who was found alongside the Riverside Freeway in April of 1978. Items belonging to a man found dead near Grand Rapids, Michigan were also found in his home. Kraft had worked for a Santa Monica based aerospace firm between June 1980 and January 1983, and had traveled to offices in Oregon and Michigan during times of some unsolved murders in each state.

Prosecutors eventually cracked the code in Krafts notebook. “2 in 1 Hitch” referred to the murders of Nelson and De Vaul. “Marine Carson” referred to Richard Keith, a marine last seen in Carson, California, and whose body was discovered in Laguna Hills in 1978. “Jail Out” referred to a murder he committed hours after being released from jail on June 11, 1978. “Parking Lot” referred to the murder of Keith Crotwell, an eight-year-old boy whose severed head was found by a group of fisherman. His body turned up a while later. Kraft was questioned in this case, and admitted meeting Crotwell in a parking lot the day he vanished. Kraft was considered a “Score-card killer”.

In September 1983 the charges against Kraft stood as: sixteen murders, eleven counts of sodomy, nine counts of sexual mutilation, and three counts of robbery.

In January of the next year prosecutors filed written notice of their intent to prove twenty-one additional murders, spanning twelve years, and three states. Kraft was found guilty and given the death sentence. He is currently awaiting execution on death row in San Quentin State Prison in California.


Another in the tradition of California freeway killer. Randy, a graduate of the prestigious Claremont Men’s College, liked to pick up young men, especially marines, drug them and strangle them. On May 14, 1983, a highway patrolman stopped Kraft in Mission Viejo for suspected drunk driving and noticed the dead marine sitting next to him. In the car, police also found pictures of several other victims, and a so-called death list with the victims’ addresses and other incriminating items.

Prosecutors suspect Kraft killed as many as 45 young men in Southern California, Oregon and Michigan. A soft-spoken former computer programmer, he targeted hitchhikers between 18 and 25 years old. Many were sexually tortured before being strangled with their own belts. One victim’s eyes had been burned with a cigarette lighter. Another man’s head was found in the waters off the Long Beach Marina. Authorities believe he strangled his victims after drugging and sexually assaulting them, spawning Orange County’s longest and costliest murder case.

After a 13-month trial, jurors deliberated two days before sentencing Kraft to death. The trial court judge upheld the penalty, saying the killings and mutilations were beyond comprehension. “I can’t imagine doing these things in scientific experiments on a dead person, much less [to] someone alive,” said Superior Court Judge Donald A. McCartin at the time.Randy was known as the “Score-Card Killer,” because he kept a coded notebook with a tally of all his kills. Police linked him to sixty-two deaths spanning three states, but only sixteen have been proven conclusively.

Before sentencing, Kraft strongly maintained his innocence. “I have not murdered anyone, and I believe a reasonable review of the record will show that,” he told the judge. In his appeal, Kraft argued that his original trial was riddled with more than 20 legal errors. His most serious charge claimed the judge erred in allowing prosecutors to use as evidence the “death list.” His attorneys alleged that the list–a sheet of paper bearing 61 cryptic entries that prosecutors called a “score card” of victims–improperly prejudiced the jury against him. But the Supreme Court disagreed, saying the list was relevant to the case.

On August 11, 2000, the California Supreme Court upheld his death sentence in what officials described as an important advance in the effort to execute the notorious serial killer. The justices unanimously rejected Kraft’s claims that he received an unfair trial, saying he should die for the decade-long murder spree.

Source: Randy Kraft: The Southern California Strangler by J. J. Maloney

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The Top Six American Serial Killers Were Homosexual. 6: Juan Vallejo Corona

Claim: “Gays” are victims”.

Fact : the top six serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Homosexual Serial Killers: 6: Juan Vallejo Corona



A.K.A.: “The Machete Murderer”

Classification: Serial killer

Characteristics: Homosexual rape

Number of victims: 25  Men (transients and itinerant farmworkers)

Date of murders: 1960’s – 1971

Date of arrest: May 1971

Date of birth: 1934

Victims profile: Men (transients and itinerant farmworkers)

Method of murder: Shooting – Stabbing – Bludgeoning

Location: Yuba City, California, USA

Status: Sentenced to 25 consecutive terms of life imprisonment in January 1973

Penniless native Mexican Juan Corona arrived in Yuba City, California, sometime in the 1950’s and slowly built a more than respectable living as a labor contractor. He was respected and seemingly happily married with children. But he was also a schizophrenic and a sexual sadist who turned to murder in the spring of 1971.

Corona found workers in the steady flow of migrant laborers coming out of his home country just plain vagrants that were looking for a paycheck. Most were men that were transient in nature and not likely to be missed. He would simply select a new worker, one that was owed money usually, kill them, and bury them. The disappearances never raised any concerns. Workers often just up and left without notice.

A fruit farmer in the area found a hole dug on his property on May 19. When the man checked on the mysterious hole the next day, it was filled up. Even to a simple farmer it was obvious that this was more than likely a grave for someone or something and he called the police. Kenneth Whitacre was dug up from the earth, his throat and head hacked viciously and his upper body stabbed repeatedly.

A search for more graves turned up more than anyone would have imagined and by early June the total had reached 25 bodies, all men who had been seen with or had gotten their jobs through Corona’s labor contracting business. He was arrested for the murders and tried and though there were rumours of an accomplice, Corona was found guilty and given 25 separate life sentences in January of 1973.

After barely surviving a stabbing attack in prison, Corona won an appeal for a new trial about a decade after the original. The basis was that he had been improperly defended and that new evidence would point to his own brother as the true murderer.The second trial was a money-wasting sham and Corona was sent back to the California penal system to continue serving out his life sentences.

A native Mexican, born in 1934, Corona moved to Yuba City, California in the early 50’s. He stayed there, and established a family, moving from being a picker in the fields to a labor contractor. He was known to many ranchers supplying cres on demand. In 1970, a young Mexican’s scalp was laid open by a machete, in the cafe run by Corona’s gay brother, Natividad. The victim pressed charges agains Natividad, trying to get $250,000.00 in damages. Natividad fled to Mexico, and the case was left unsolved. Nobody had linked Juan to the crime.

On May 19, 1971, a Japanese farmer was touring his orchard and came upon a freshly dug hole, about the size of a grave, in between two fruit trees. One of Corona’s crews was working nearby so the farmer shrugged it off until later that night when he returned and found the hole filled in. He called the police in to the site the next morning, a bit of digging revealed the fresh corpse of Kenneth Whitacre. The guy had been stabbed, and his skull torn open with blows from something sharp.

Four days later, workers reported finding a second grave. The corpse of Charles Fleming was found in it, before they had him identified, they had found the next burial site, and the next. In nine days of discovering bodies from the orchard, totaling 25, the search was terminated. In one grave, deputies found two receipts dated May 21, and signed Juan V. Corona.

On June 4, another bodie would be discovered with two receipts with the same signature. Most of the victims were stabbed or hacked to death, with many signs of homosexuality being involved. Most of the victims were migrant workers, drifters, and alcoholics. None had been reported missing. The receipts placed Juan at the scene of the crime, and he was taken to trial. The defense tried to place the blame on Natividad, a known violent homosexual. [Another one!]

The jury deliberated for 45 hours, before convicting Corona on all counts. He was sentenced to 25 consecutive terms of life imprisonment in Corcoran State Prison, California.

Juan Corona was born in Mexico in 1934. His life there is somewhat of a mystery, but what we do know started when he moved to the U.S. in the 50’s as a migrant worker. From here he turned himself into a successful labor contractor in Yuba County, California. And there were few signs of what really went on in Corona’s head.

In 1970 a young Mexican man was viciously attacked with a machete (he was nearly scalped) in Corona’s gay brother’s cafe. The man accused Corona’s brother, Natividad Corona, of the crime and filed a law suit, seeking $250,000, against him. Natividad fled the country not long after this and the case was forgotten. The crime wasn’t linked to Juan, why would it?

On May 19, 1971, a farmer who had hired Corona to arrange labor for his farm found a large, grave shaped, hole between two tree’s. He asked the nearest worker about it but he just shrugged it off, not knowing or caring it seemed. Well this farmer was a nosy bastard and really wanted to know what the hell was going on, so he returned to the hole later that night only to find that it had been filled in. And this bastard was a real nosy cunt. He called police and had them check it out. After a bit of digging they found themselves a nice fresh corpse. It was Kenneth Whitacre, a known bum. His head had been ripped apart with a cleaver or machete. They also found some gay porn buried with him, leading police to file the case as a sex crime.

Police were not that worried about the crime and never suspected what was to happen next.

Four days later on a nearby farm some workers discovered another body. It was Charles Fleming, a known drifter. As police searched the new burial site another corpse was found. Then another. After nine full days of excavation police called the search off. It was June 4. They had 25 corpses. And all had been killed since February. 

Of the 25 victims police had been able to identify 21. Most were migrant workers, but some had been drifters and there were also a few bums. Most had been attacked with a machete or knife. All had been stabbed to death, a deep puncture to the chest followed by two slashes across the back of the head in the shape of a cross. All had been buried face up, arms stretched above their head and their shirts pulled up over theirs faces. Some had their pants pulled down and had signs of recent homosexual activity. The killer had some fun before or after they were dead.

None of the corpses had been reported as missing by family and if the bodies hadn’t been discovered it would seem plausible that the killer would have gotten away with it all. But he had made four mistakes.

The first was to leave a grave open long enough to be seen by a nosy landowner. The second was much more stupid. He had buried a receipt with his name on it with one victim, Melford Sample. The name on the receipt was “Juan V. Corona.” The third mistake was burying two bank deposit slips with the same name on them with another victim. And the fourth was being seen with a victim.

Police picked Corona up on murder charges. The case against him was based almost completely on the receipts found on Melford Sample’s body and purely circumstantial evidence. Unfortunately for Juan when police search his home they found a Machete, a pistol, two butcher knives and a ledger that contained the names of seven victims. Corona’s lawyers tried to argue this and also tried to lay the blame on his brother, a known violent offender with homosexual tendencies.

The only problem with this argument was that Natividad was not even in the country at the time of the murders. Corona’s lawyers only called one witness during the trial, and also failed to mention that Corona was diagnosed as schizophrenic in 1956, thereby ruling out any chance of an insanity defence. Despite his hopeless defense it still took the Jury 45 hours to convict Corona of the 25 murders (a record for the U.S. at that time) and a month later he was sentenced to life in prison.

While in prison Corona was linked with a few more murders but nothing even came of it. And then in 1978 an appeals court upheld an appeal by Corona citing that his legal team was incompetent and that he would receive a new trial. Unfortunately for Juan he was attacked in prison while awaiting the new trial. He has never regained sight in one of his eyes. He was then put through an extensive psychiatric observation period, further delaying his retrial.

It never made a difference though. In 1982 Corona was again found guilty of 25 murders. He went back to prison to serve out a new life sentence.

In 1978 Corona was reported to have told a Mexican consulate who was visiting the prison that he was guilty. This is the only reported time of him admitting the crime. The exact quote went – “Yes, I did it, but I’m a sick man and can’t be judged by the standards of other men”.

Location (of Kills): Yuba City, California

Number of Kills: 25



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The Top Six American Serial Killers Were All Homosexual. 5: Dean Corll, Wayne Henley and David Brooks

Claim: “Gays” are victims.

Fact: the top six serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Homosexual Serial Killers: 5: Dean Corll, Elmer Wayne Henley and David Brooks


Dean Arnold Corll was known as The Candyman. He was an utterly vile pervert and sadist.  He seems to have come from a disturbed background and was a damaged person but there is no excuse for such deeds of depravity.

A.K.A.: “The Candyman”

Classification: Serial killer

Characteristics: Homosexual rapist – Mutilation

Number of victims: 27 +

Date of murders: 1970 – 1973

Date of birth: December 24, 1939

Victims profile: Jeffrey Konen, 18 / Danny Yates, 14, and James Glass, 14 / Jerry Waldrop, 13, and his brother Donald Waldrop, 15 / Randell Harvey, 15 / David Hilligiest, 13, and Gregory Malley Winkle, 16 / Ruben Watson, 17 / Willard ‘Rusty’ Branch, Jr. 17 / Frank Aguirre, 18 / Mark Scott, 17 / Johnny Delone, 16, and Billy Baulch, 17 / Steven Sickman, 17 / Wally Jay Simoneaux, 14, and Richard Hembree, 13 / Richard Kepner, 19 / Joseph Lyles, 17 / Billy Ray Lawrence, 15 / Ray Blackburn, 20 / Homer Garcia, 15 / John Sellars, 17 / Michael ‘Tony’ Baulch, 15 / Marty Jones, 18, and Charles Cary Cobble, 17 / James Dreymala, 13

Method of murder: Strangulation / Shooting

Location: Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA

Status: Shot dead by his accomplice Elmer Henley on August 8, 1973

Born in Indiana on Christmas Eve 1939, Dean Corll grew up in a combative home, his parents quarreling constantly. They were divorced while Corll was still an infant, then remarried after World War II, but Dean’s father provided no stabilizing influence, regarding his children with thinly-veiled distaste, resorting to harsh punishment for the smallest infractions. 

When the couple separated a second time, Corll and his younger brother were left with a series of sitters, their mother working to support the family on her own. Rheumatic fever left Dean with a heart condition, resulting in frequent absence from school, and he seemed to welcome the change when his mother remarried, moving the family to Texas. A part-time business making candy soon expanded to become their livelihood, and Corll was generous with samples as he sought to win new friends.

In 1964, despite his heart condition, Corll was drafted into military service, where he displayed the first signs of flagrant homosexuality. On turning thirty, in December 1969, he seemed to undergo a sudden shift in personality, becoming hypersensitive and glum.

He had begun to spend his time with teenage boys, like David Owen Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley, passing out free candy all around, hosting glue and paint sniffing parties at his apartment in Pasadena, a suburb of Houston. At the same time, he displayed a sadistic streak, leaning toward bondage in his sexual relationships with young men and boys.

On one occasion, during 1970, Brooks entered the apartment to find Corll nude, with two naked boys strapped to a homemade torture rack. Embarrassed, Corll released his playmates and offered Brooks a car in return for his promise of silence. Later, as his passion turned to bloodlust, Corll would use Brooks and Henley as procurers, offering $200 per head for fresh victims.

The date of Corll’s first murder is uncertain. Brooks would place it sometime in mid-1970, the victim identified as college student Jeffrey Konen, picked up while hitchhiking. Most of Corll’s victims were drawn from a seedy Houston neighborhood known as the Heights, their disappearances blithely ignored by police accustomed to dealing with runaways. Two were friends and neighbors of Henley, delivered on order to Corll, and sometimes the candy man killed two victims at once.

In December 1970, he murdered 14-year-old James Glass and 15-year-old David Yates in one sitting. The following month, brothers Donald and Jerry Waldrop joined the missing list, with Wally Simineaux and Richard Embry slaughtered in October 1972.

Another pair of brothers — Billy and Mike Baulch — were killed at separate times, in May 1972 and July 1973, respectively. Corll’s youngest known victim was a nine-year-old neighbor, residing across the street from Dean’s apartment.

On August 8, 1973, a tearful phone call from Elmer Henley summoned Pasadena police officers to Corll’s apartment. They found the candy man dead, six bullet holes in his shoulder and back, with Henley claiming he had killed his “friend” in self-defense.

The violence had erupted after Henley brought a girl to one of Corll’s paint-sniffing orgies, driving the homosexual killer into a rage. Corll had threatened Elmer with a gun, then taunted his young friend when Henley managed to disarm him. Frightened for his life, Henley insisted that he shot Corll only to save himself. But, there was more….

That afternoon, he led detectives to a rented boat shed in southwest Houston, leaving authorities to unearth seventeen victims from the earthen floor. A drive to Lake Sam Rayburn turned up four more graves, while six others were found on the beach at High Island, for a total of 27 dead.

Henley insisted there were at least two more corpses in the boat shed, plus two more at High Island, but police called off the search, content to know that they had broken California’s record in the Juan Corona case. (In The Man with the Candy, author Jack Olsen suggests that other victims might be buried around Corll’s candy shop, but authorities show no interest in pursuing the case further.)

In custody, Brooks and Henley confessed their role in procuring victims for Corll through the years, with Brooks fingering Henley as the trigger man in at least one slaying. “Most of the killings that occurred after Wayne came into the picture involved all three of us,” he told police. “Wayne seemed to enjoy causing pain.”

Convicted of multiple murder in August 1974, Henley was sentenced to life imprisonment, with Brooks drawing an identical term in March 1975. A year later, Houston authorities announced that recent investigations of child pornography had linked other local pedophiles with Corll’s murder ring, but no prosecutions were forthcoming.

Elmer Henley’s conviction was overturned on appeal in December 1978, based on the issue of pre-trial publicity, but he was convicted and sentenced a second time, in June 1979.

Michael Newton – An Encyclopedia of Modern Serial Killers – Hunting Humans


On 8 August 1973, 18-year-old Wayne Henley called police to tell them that he had killed Corll in his house at Pasadena. Corll, a homosexual with sadistic tastes, had been shot 6 times with a .22 pistol.   His house had a torture room in which the furniture consisted of a wooden board with handcuffs fitted at each top corner and rope knots at each bottom corner.

Henley told of Corll’s dope parties, and how he sodomized boys on his torture board before killing them.   Reference to the names of three boys known to be missing led the police to a boat-shed rented by Corll in Houston.   The police found the bodies of seventeen boys under the floor of the boat shed, and ten more were found at other burial sites.

Henley said that Corll, whom he had known for about three years, paid him $200 a head to get potential victims for him. Corll loved to play with children; he took them for rides in his car and gave them candy.   He was known as ‘a real good neighbour and a real good guy’.

Corll arranged children’s parties to help Henley and his accomplices set up prospective victims for his torture room. He strangled and shot the boys, whom he sexually abused and mutilated. But the murders stopped in Pasadena, when Corll lost his domination and was shot dead by Henley. Henley told how after a dope session with Corll, he woke up on the torture board, he talked his way out and when released, he shot Corll dead.

Wayne Henley, who admitted killing some of the victims, was tried for murder in July 1974. He was Found guilty and sentenced to six 99-year terms of imprisonment. His killing of Dean Corll was judged to be a justifiable homicide.

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America’s Top Six Serial Killers Were All Homosexual. 4: Bruce Davis

Claim: “Gays” are victims”.

Fact : the top seven serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Number 4: Bruce A. Davis

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Classification: Serial killer.  Killed 32 gay men and one prison guard

Date of murders: 1969 – 1971 / 1982

Date of arrest: February 1972

Date of birth: 1948

Victims profile: James Earl Hammer / Rev. Carlo Barlassina / Joe Cushman (prison guard)

Method of murder: Strangulation / Beating with an ax

Location: Several States, USA

Status: Sentenced to five to 15 years in D.C. Sentenced to life in prison + 45 years in Illinois

Born in 1948 at Toledo, Ohio, and raised in Fayette County, Davis dropped out of high school in the mid-1960s and moved to Manhattan, in hopes of pursuing a singing career. He earned a diploma from night school, in 1968, but success in show business eluded him, leaving the young man embittered, struggling to make ends meet.

A sexual assault at age thirteen left Davis hating homosexuals, and when his cash ran short he hatched a plan to prey upon his childhood enemies, seducing gays and robbing them of cash and other valuables.

In February 1972, Davis was arrested in Washington, D.C., and charged with the murder of a local businessman, James Earl Hammer. Convicted of manslaughter, he drew a sentence of five to fifteen years imprisonment before Illinois authorities linked him with the strangulation of Rev. Carlo Barlassina, murdered in a Chicago hotel on June 29, 1971. Extradited to Chicago in December 1972, Davis was convicted of murder, his 25-to-45-year prison term consecutive with his existing sentence.

Serving his federal time first, Davis logged eight and a half years in the lockup at Terre Haute, Indiana, with side trips to the prison hospital at Springfield, Missouri. In 1979, he was transferred to the Illinois state prison at Menard, where he remained until October 1982.

On the afternoon of October 24, Davis armed himself with an ax, fatally wounding Joe Cushman, a guard, before fleeing in Cushman’s car. The vehicle was recovered next day, near Christopher, Illinois, but Davis remained at large until Halloween, when deputies picked him up for attempted auto theft in Smithers, West Virginia.

Back in custody, the homicidal drifter launched into rambling confessions, claiming 32 murders between 1969 and 1971. With a few exceptions, his victims were described as wealthy professional men, seduced with promises of sex, then killed for profit and amusement. The body-count included eight victims in Washington, D.C. and more in the suburbs, five in New York, with others in Baltimore, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Reno, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Authorities in Illinois confirmed at least four slayings, based on Davis’s intimate knowledge of the crime scenes, and New York police “feel certain” of his guilt in the May 1970 strangulation of voice teacher Eric Tcherkezian. Returned to Illinois in mid-November 1982, Davis was convicted of Joe Cushman’s murder ten months later and sentenced to life.

Michael Newton – An Encyclopedia of Modern Serial Killers



DISPOSITION: Five to 15 years in D.C.; life + 45 years in Ill.


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America’s Top Six Serial Killers Were All Homosexual. 3 Patrick Kearney

Claim: “Gays” are  victims”

Fact : the top seven serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Number 3: Patrick Kearney

Patrick Wayne Kearney A.K.A.: “The Trash-Bag Killer” – The Freeway Killer”

kearneyClassification: Serial killer

Characteristics: Rape – Mutilation

Number of victims: 21 – 28 +

Date of murders: 1975 – 1977

Date of arrest: July 5, 1977

Date of birth: 1940

Victims profile: Homosexual men

Method of murder: Shooting

Location: California, USA

Status: Sentenced to life in prison December 21, 1977

Patrick Kearney (born 1940) is an American serial killer who preyed on young men in California during the 1970s. He is sometimes referred to as The Freeway Killer,

Homosexual men were being murdered in bunches from 1975 to 1977, dumped unceremoniously along highways between Los Angeles and the Mexican border. The investigation centered on Patrick Wayne Kearney, an electronics engineer from Los Angeles who looked nothing like the stereotypical Serial Killer with his glasses and harmless demeanor.

Wanted by police along with acquaintance David Hill, who was never charged with any crime related to the murders, Kearney’s reign of death ended when he simply strolled into the Redondo Beach police station and gave himself up.

Kearney plead guilty to killing three men and was sentenced to life in prison. Authorities knew there were many more and offered Kearney a deal. He would receive no death sentence in exchange for the complete list of victims.

Kearney eventually confessed and plead guilty to eighteen more killings, directing the law to victims that were previously undiscovered. Kearney also admitted to another eleven murders that he was never prosecuted for, bringing his grand total to 32 killings.


On July 5, 1977, authorities in Riverside, California, announced the confessions of two male suspects in a series of grisly “trash bag” murders, thought to include fifteen victims in five different counties since 1973.

The suspects, Patrick Kearney and David Douglas Hill, were charged in only two cases — both victims slain in March 1977 — but that day Kearney led detectives to six alleged dumping sites in Imperial County. Evidence recovered from Kearney’s home, where Hill resided as a live-in lover, included fibers matched to those on several corpses and a bloody hacksaw, used in the dismemberment of certain victims.

The California “trash bag” case officially began on April 13, 1975, when the mutilated remains of Albert Rivera, age 21, were discovered near San Juan Capistrano. By November, six bodies had been found in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego Counties.

The discovery of two more victims in March 1977 raised the bodycount to eight, and by that time police had their pattern. All the identified victims had homosexual backgrounds; each was found nude, shot in the head with a similar weapon; several were dismembered or otherwise mutilated, their remains tied up in identical plastic garbage bags.

The final victim was 17-year-old John LaMay, last seen by his parents on March 13, when he left home to visit “Dave.” Police entered the case five days later, after LaMay’s dismembered remains were found beside a highway, south of Corona. Friends of the victim identified “Dave” as David Hill, supplying homicide detectives with an address. Warrants were issued for Hill and his roommate, but the lovers remained at large until July 1, when they entered the Riverside County sheriff’s office, pointed to their posters on the wall, and smilingly announced, “That’s us.”

A high school dropout from Lubbock, Texas, David Hill joined the army in 1960 but was soon discharged on diagnosis of an unspecified personality disorder. Back in Lubbock, he married his high school sweetheart, but the romance was short-lived. In 1962, he met Patrick Kearney, stationed with the air force in Texas, and their attraction was mutual. Hill divorced his wife in 1966 and moved to California with Kearney a year later. They were living together in Culver City, a Los Angeles suburb, when the long string of murders began. (The first victim, known only as “George,” was buried behind Kearney’s Culver City duplex in September 1968; detectives, following the killer’s directions, unearthed his skeleton in July 1977.)

On July 14, 1977, Patrick Kearney was formally indicted on two counts of murder, including that of John LaMay. David Hill was released the same day, his charges dismissed as Kearney shouldered full responsibility in the slayings, telling police that he killed because “it excited him and gave him a feeling of dominance.”

By July 15, Kearney had signed confessions to twenty-eight murders, with twelve of the cases confirmed by police. On December 21, he pled guilty on three counts of first-degree murder, receiving a sentence of life imprisonment.

Prosecutors launched the new year by charging Kearney with another eighteen counts of murder in February 1978. Nine of those charges disposed of the first dozen victims in Kearney’s confessions; the others included two children, ages five and eight, along with four victims whose bodies were never recovered.

On February 21, Kearney pled guilty on all counts, receiving another life sentence. If his original confessions were truthful, at least seven victims remain unidentified.


Hill, 34 years old at the time, was eventually cleared of any involvement in his partner’s crimes and was released. Kearney, on the other hand, made a full confession to his crimes, admitting to a total of twenty-eight murders. In order to avoid the death penalty, he agreed to plead guilty. Kearney was charged with 21 counts of murder, and as agreed, he pleaded guilty and was given twenty-one life sentences. Police are certain that Kearney was responsible for the other seven murders he had admitted, but they did not have the physical evidence to charge him, and furthermore, they were satisfied that he would be in prison for the rest of his life.


Angel of Darkness (1992) Dennis McDougal, Warner Books ISBN 07088 53420


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America’s Top Six Serial Killers Were All Homosexual. 2. John Gacy

Claim: “Gays” are victims”

Fact : the top seven serial killers in US criminal history were all homosexual.

Number 2: John Wayne Gacy. A.K.A.: “The Killer Clown”

John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy  was born on March 17, 1942, in Chicago Illinois.  In 1980  he was convicted of 33 murders of mostly teenage boys. He was sentenced to death for 12 of those murders (12 proved to have been committed after Illinois had passed post-Furman death penalty), and to natural life in prison for the others.  In 1994 he was executed.

The bodies of most of the victims were unearthed in the crawl space under Gacy’s middle class home in the Chicago suburbs. Evidence showed that the defendant led a double life, engaging in charitable and political activities at the same time he was committing a series of sadistic torture murders. He enticed many young men to his home for homosexual liaisons, tying or handcuffing his partners then strangling or choking them. Gacy was a successful contractor, was active in the community, and often dressed up as a clown for parties.

On December 11, 1978, a 15-year-old Des Plaines high school sophomore, Robert Piest, disappeared shortly after leaving work at a pharmacy where Gacy had recently completed a remodeling job.

Police put Gacy under surveillance, and when it was learned that two teenage employees of Gacy, Gregory Godzik and John Butkovich, also had recently disappeared, the police obtained a search warrant for Gacy’s home. A roll of film belonging to Piest was seized in the ensuing search.

A second search warrant was executed and three lime-covered bodies were found in the crawl space. Gacy pointed officers to the precise locations of certain bodies in the crawl space and stated that he had lured the victims to his home, either expressly for sex or through the promise of employment, and then strangled them. He also drew them a detailed map to the locations of 28 shallow graves under his house and garage. A total of 29 bodies were recovered on the property and 4 more were discovered in a nearby river.

Further he admitted to dumping five others into the Des Plaines River. Gacy told detectives, “There are four Johns.” He later explained that there was John the contractor, John the clown, and John the politician. The fourth person went by the name of Jack Hanley. Jack was the killer and did all the evil things.

Gacy’s murder trial began Feb. 6, 1980, in the Cook County Criminal Courts Building in Chicago. During the five-week trial the prosecution and the defense called more than 100 witnesses to testify.

Gacy recanted his confession and did not testify at trial, where he asserted an insanity defense unsuccessfully.

The defense strategy was to establish that Gacy was insane and out of control at the time of the killings. To bolster this claim the defense put on the stand psychiatrists who had interviewed Gacy prior to trial. After the closing arguments, the jury deliberated for only two hours before finding Gacy guilty of murdering 33 people.

On March 13, 1980, Gacy was sentenced to die. Gacy was transported to Menard Correctional Center in Illinois. He would remain there for just over 14 years until he was transported to the Statesville Penitentiary near Joliet for execution.

Just after midnight on May 10, 1994, Gacy was executed by lethal injection. For his last words, Gacy snarled, ”Kiss my ass.”



After his execution, Gacy’s brain was removed. It is currently in the possession of Dr. Helen Morrison, who interviewed Gacy and other serial killers in an attempt to isolate common personality traits of violent sociopaths; however, an examination of Gacy’s brain after his execution by the forensic psychiatrist hired by his lawyers revealed no abnormalities.

Known Gacy victims, with date of disappearance.

Timothy McCoy, 18, January 3, 1972

John Butkovitch, 17, July 21, 1975

Darrell Sampson, 18, April 6, 1976

Randall Reffett, 15, May 14, 1976

Sam Stapleton, 14, May 14, 1976

Michael Bonnin, 17, June 3, 1976

William Carroll, 16, June 13, 1976

Rick Johnston, 17, August 6, 1976

Kenneth Parker, 16, October 25, 1976

Michael Marino, 14, October 25, 1976

Gregory Godzik, 17, December 12, 1976

John Szyc, 19, January 20, 1977

Jon Prestidge, 20, March 15, 1977

Matthew Bowman, 19, July 5, 1977

Robert Gilroy, 18, September 15, 1977

John Mowery, 19, September 25, 1977

Russell Nelson, 21, October 17, 1977

Robert Winch, 16, November 10, 1977

Tommy Boling, 20, November 18, 1977

David Talsma, 19, December 9, 1977

William Kindred, 19, February 16, 1978

Timothy O’Rourke, 20, June 1978

Frank Landingin, 19, November 4, 1978

James Mazzara, 21, November 24, 1978

Robert Piest, 15, December 11, 1978

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America’s top Six Serial Killers were all Homosexual. 1: Donald Harvey.

Poor little gays  – always whinging that they are victims. They make out they are nice flower-arranging interior decorators. But the ugly facts won’t go away.  The six worst serial killers in the annals of US criminal history were all homosexual. Donald Harvey, John Wayne Gacy, Patrick Kearney, Bruce Davis…

Let’s start with Donald Harvey, the “gay” nurse who confessed to killing 87 people and was convicted of 37 murders when jailed in 1987


Donald Harvey (born in Butler County, Ohio in 1952) is an American serial killer who claims to have murdered 87 people. The official estimates of the number of people he murdered range anywhere from 36 to 57 deaths. He is a self-professed “Angel of Death”. Harvey is currently serving four consecutive life sentences at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Ohio. His inmate number is A-199449.

Method of murder: Smothering with plastic and pillow / Poisoning (arsenic, cyanide, demerol, morphine, codeine) / Deprivation of oxygen using a faulty oxigen tank

Location: Kentucky/Ohio, USA

Status: Sentenced to life in prison in Ohio in August 1987. Sentenced to life in prison in Kentucky in November 1987

When John Powell died at the Drake Memorial Hospital in Cincinatti, Ohio, of cyanide poisining, police targeted orderly Donald Harvey, who had been present at the March, 1987 poisoning of Powell and when many other patients had mysteriously passed away. Under questioning Harvey admitted to killing more than fifty people throughout his life.

Digging further police found that the hospitals Harvey had worked at all had very high fatality rates and that some of his acquaintances and homosexual lovers had also perished suddenly. For his part, Harvey claimed that he had been simply putting ill patients out of their misery. He could not offer an explanation for the other deaths.

Harvey eventually pled guilty to 24 hospital slayings, receiving 20 years-to-life in prison for each count, and collected a life sentence for the deadly poisoning of a neighbor. Tried in Kentucky, Harvey again pled guilty, this time to eight counts of murder and one count of manslaughter, and was sentenced to eight life terms and one twenty year term.

Dating as far back as the age of eighteen, Harvey had worked in and around the medical profession, beginning his career as an orderly at the Marymount Hospital in London, Kentucky. He later confessed that during the ten month period he worked at this hospital, he killed at least a dozen patients. Harvey is insistent that he killed purely out of a sense of empathy for the sufferings of those who were terminally ill. However, he has also admitted that many of the killings he committed were due to anger at the victim.

Harvey is notable for having kept his crimes from coming to light for over 17 years. The true extent of his crimes may never be known, since so many were undetected for so long. Harvey is also notable for having used numerous methods to kill, such as arsenic; cyanide; insulin; suffocation; miscellaneous poisons; morphine; turning off ventilators; administration of fluid tainted with hepatitis B and/or HIV (which resulted in a hepatitis infection, but no HIV infection, and illness rather than death); insertion of a coat hanger into a catheter, causing an abdominal puncture and subsequent peritonitis. Cyanide and arsenic were his favorite methods, with Harvey administering them via food, injection, or IV.

The majority of Harvey’s crimes took place at the Marymount Hospital in London, Kentucky, the Cincinnati V.A. Medical Hospital, and Cincinnati’s Drake Memorial Hospital. While working there, Harvey acquired the nickname “The Angel of Death,” as it was noted that he was present around a number of patients who later died.

In 1987, Harvey would confess to killing off at least a dozen patients in his ten months on the job, smothering two with pillows and hooking ten others up to near-empty oxygen tanks, all in an effort to “ease their suffering.”

Arrested for burglary on March 31, he pled guilty to a reduced charge of petty theft the next day, escaping with a $50 fine. The judge recommended psychiatric treatment for “his troubled condition,” but Harvey chose the air force instead, serving for ten months before he was prematurely discharged, in March 1972, on unspecified grounds.

Back home in Kentucky, Harvey was twice committed to the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center in Lexington, from July 16 to August 25, and again from September 17 to October 17. His mother ascribed the committals to mental disorders, with Donald kept in restraints, and his lawyers would later refer to a bungled suicide attempt. The recipient of 21 electroshock therapy treatments, Harvey emerged from the VA hospital with no visible improvement in his morbid condition.

Concealing his record, Harvey found work as a part-time nurse’s aide at Cardinal Hill Hospital, in Lexington, between February and August 1973. In June, he added a second nursing job, at Lexington’s Good Samaritan Hospital, remaining in that position through January 1974.

Between August 1974 and September 1975, he worked first as a telephone operator in Lexington, moving on to a job as a clerk at St. Luke’s Hospital in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. He kept his killing urge in check, somehow, but it became increasingly more difficult to manage, finally driving him away from home, across the border into Cincinnati.

From September 1975 through July 1985, Harvey held a variety of positions at the Cincinnati V.A. Medical Center, working as a nursing assistant, a housekeeping aide, a cardiac-catheterization technician, and an autopsy assistant. In the latter position, he sometimes stole tissue samples from the morgue, taking them home “for study.”

On the side, he murdered at least fifteen patients, supplementing his previous methods with an occasional dose of poison, once joking with ward nurses after a patient’s death that “I got rid of that one for you.” Nor were Harvey’s victims limited to suffering patients. Fuming at neighbor Diane Alexander after a quarrel, he laced her beverage with hepatitis serum, nearly killing her before the infection was diagnosed and treated by physicians.

On July 18, 1985, Harvey was caught leaving work with a suspicious satchel: inside, security guards found a .38-caliber pistol, hypodermic needles, surgical scissors and gloves, a cocaine spoon, two books of occult lore, and a biography of serial killer Charles Sobhraj. Cited by federal officers for bringing a weapon into the V.A. facility, Donald was fined $50 and forced to resign from his job.

Seven months later, in February 1986, Harvey was hired as a part-time nurse’s aide at Cincinnati’s Drake Memorial Hospital, later working his way up to a full-time position.

In thirteen months, before his ultimate arrest, he murdered 23 more patients, disconnecting life support equipment or injecting them with mixtures of arsenic, cyanide, and a petroleum-based cleanser. Outside of work, he sometimes practiced on his live-in lover, one Carl Hoeweler, poisoning Hoeweler after an argument, then nursing him back to health. Carl’s parents were also poisoned, the father surviving, while Hoeweler’s mother was killed.

On March 7, 1987, patient John Powell’s death was ruled a murder, autopsy results placing lethal doses of cyanide in his system. Donald Harvey was arrested in April, charged with one count of aggravated murder, and held under $200,000 bond when he filed a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. By August 11, he had confessed to a total of 33 slayings and bond was revoked two days later, with new charges filed.

As Harvey played the numbers game with prosecutors, adding victims to the tune of 52 in all, his mental state was questioned, psychiatric tests employed and scrutinized by experts. A spokesman for the Cincinnati prosecutor’s office said, “This man is sane, competent, but is a compulsive killer. He builds up tension in his body, so he kills people.” Harvey, for his part, insisted that most of the murders were “mercy” killings, admitting that some — including attacks on friends and acquaintances off the job — had been done “out of spite.” In televised interviews, Donald discussed his fascination with black magic, pointedly refusing to discuss his views on Satanism.

On August 18, 1987, Harvey pled guilty in Cincinnati on 24 counts of aggravated murder, four counts of attempted murder, and one count of felonious assault. A twenty-fifth guilty plea, four days later, earned him a total of four consecutive life sentences, barring parole for the first 80 years of his term. (For good measure, the court also levied $270,000 in fines against Harvey, with no realistic hope of collecting a penny.)

Moving on to Kentucky, Harvey confessed to a dozen Marymount slayings on September 7, 1987, entering a formal guilty plea on nine counts of murder in November. In breaking John Wayne Gacy’s record for accumulated victims, Harvey earned another eight life terms plus twenty years, but he was still not finished.

Back in Cincinnati during February 1988, he entered guilty pleas on three more homicides and three attempted murders, drawing three life sentences plus three terms of seven to 25 years on the latter charges.

With 37 confirmed murder victims (and confessions nearly tripling that body count), Harvey holds the official record as America’s most prolific serial killer.

Michael Newton – An Encyclopedia of Modern Serial Killers



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Lesbian Aileen Wuornos – one of America’s Worst Serial Killers

While queers pose as victims, the facts and figures are very different. The truth is that homosexuals are violent and commit a startlingly high proportion of all serial murders. Aileen Wuornos is a case in point.

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Working as a prostitute, she murdered seven men.

Aileen Wuornos, known as Lee, dropped out of school and became a prostitute as a teenager. Favouring a Hells Angels biker lifestyle, she was convicted of beating her first, elderly husband with a stick. Then she found a woman partner called Tyria Moore, and went back on the game  – but this was not making her enough money. So she came up with a different scheme.
She would hitchike to remote areas of state parks in Florida or near highway truck stops and pose as a stranded motorist alongside remote stretches of highway and trucking routes. Then when a passerby stopped to help she would rob and shoot them, then steal their cars.

Time after time she claimed that the men had assaulted, raped or attacked her. But the excuses wore thin.
On October 9th, 2002, Wuornos was executed by lethal injection for the
serial murders of six innocent men.
The LGBT and Feminazis have tried to make out that Wuornos was a victim, or even a heroine. They have made movies  and even an opera about her! These are gross falsehood and the worst possible taste. She was a brute who happened to be female.
The 2002 movie ‘Monster’ was a complete lie. One scene showed Wuornos brutally raped and then shooting the rapist, which is complete fiction. Wuornos herself admitted that she had lied about Richard Mallory on the stand to try to get a lenient sentence from a sympathetic judge.
She had said that he’d beaten her and anally raped her while using a visine bottle full of rubbing alcohol on her to inflict burns to her rectum.
Her account was not believed by the judge or jury and she received the maximum sentence for the murder. Shortly before her death she said she that did not want to die hated and remembered for having lied about the character of the innocent men that she had murdered, men who had tried to help her. She admitted that she had been killing for money and that was it. Robbing and stealing cars and silencing the witnesses. Killing innocent people in cold blood for money.
The film ‘Monster’ ignored this reality, and made her out to be a bit of a vigilante hero. It also lied in its depiction of Wuornos’ lover Tyra Moore

Tyra Moore, a husky lesbian, is depicted as a petite ingenue played by Christina Ricci
In reality Tyra was several years older than Wuornos and fifty pounds heavier than Wuornos.


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