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Saturday, April 23, 2016

T = TKACH


IS FOR SERHIY TKACH


In 2005, a Ukrainian police officer, Serhiy Tkach, was finally arrested for the rape and murder of as many as 100 your women over a span of 21 years. Because of his knowledge of police investigations, he'd managed to cover his tracks and pin his crimes on others. Nine different men were arrested for his murders and went to prison, one committed suicide, and another was just released in 2012.

While Tkach asked for the death penalty, but was sentenced to life in prison, where he is now.

But for how long?

We can only hope!




If you want to know more, just click his name it contains the link!


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10 comments:

  1. 100 murders and blamed on other people - incredible - they do say fact is stranger than fiction.

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  2. That's just mind numbing. I have to say, throughout this Challenge, your blog is the one I most look forward to. I've bookmarked it to come back and read more about these dastardly people after the Challenge. Thanks.

    @Kathleen01930
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    1. Thanks Kathleen, I didn't want my post to be so large folks would be scared off, and the information is out there, so offering links made sense.

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  3. Kind of scary how many serial killers you've got here. It's mind boggling that they wouldn't give him the death penalty, especially since he asked for it!
    Carol at My Writing Journal

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    1. I was surprised, CR, when I found a name, actually several for each letter of the alphabet. Amazing!

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  4. Wow. I think this one scares me the most. Serial killer cops. They know how to get away with it. Gives me shivers.

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  5. Well, it's comforting to know that the United States doesn't have a monopoly on murderous psychopaths.
    Yeah, not VERY comforting.

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  6. Well, it's comforting to know that the United States doesn't have a monopoly on murderous psychopaths.
    Yeah, not VERY comforting.

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  7. Another person in a position of power - they are the scariest. We're supposed to trust police men, although, given attitudes in certain places, I'm not so sure anymore.
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)

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