The Green River Killer as he was later called was one of the most prolific serial murderer in the United States. Gary Ridgway was captured in 2001 for 4 homicides however admitted to executing no less than 70 ladies in Washington State all through the 1980 and 1990. He dodged capital punishment by giving confessions and assisting the police with the identification and location of the bodies. He also discarded three of the victim’s corpse into the Green river. And drove police to the dumping destinations of his victimized people, five of whom he dumped in the Green River prompting the press nicknaming him The Green River Killer. Convicted for 49 murders and sentenced to a life in prison without any chance to appeal.
Pedro Rodrigues Filho
Captured in 1973, he was later declared guilty in 2003 for killing an estimated 71 individuals and sentenced to 128 years in prison; Pedro Rodrigues Filho is a Brazilian and a chronic serial killer. Carrying out his first murdering the age of 14 he progressed on a series of robberies and a killing spree against drug dealers, in reprisal for his lover who was murdered whilst he was in jail. By the age of 18 years of age he had executed 10 individuals. Whilst detained, he executed his father who was serving time for homicide. He kept busy whilst in detention as he went on to execute 47 detainees. At first sentenced to only 30 years detainment, his continuous killings prompted further sentences and an extension of his stay in prison to 400 years.
Daniel Camargo Barbosa
Following his admission to the killing of more than 150 young ladies in Colombia and Ecuador amid the 1970s and 1980s, Camargo Barbosa a Colombian serial killer. He admitted to executing 71 young ladies in Ecuador following his escape from a Colombian jail. He cooperated with police by pointing out the burial sites of victims whose bodies hadn’t been discovered. Barbosa would rape his victims and then hack the young ladies with a cleaver. He was indicted in 1989 and sentenced to only 16 years in jail; this was the greatest sentence accessible in Ecuador. In November 1994, he was murdered in jail in a retaliatory killing by one of his victim’s cousin.
Dr Harold Shipman
Dr. Harold Fredrick Shipman was trusted Doctor in his community. He had the respect and admiration of most people who came across him except those he killed. He has been linked with about 250 murders. His modus operandi was simple; he simply intentionally infused lethal measurements of the medication in to a large number of patients, bringing about their passing. He then fashioned their wills so he could inherit large quantities of cash. He further hid his crime by cremating the bodies. Local undertakers and colleagues raised concern over the large number of cremations for his patients that he had approved. Post mortem examination of the few bodies that were exhumed revealed the presence of Diamorphine in the victim’s corpse. No one raised an eye brow when the trial judge sentenced him to 15 continuous life sentences and prescribed that he never be discharged
Pedro Alonso Lopez
Pedro Alonso López was a Colombian serial rapist and murderer. He has been linked to the deaths of over 300 ladies all over Peru and South America. He would lure them to isolated places or inside vacant structures where he raped each of them before murdering them usually by strangling. López was captured when an attempted kidnap failed and he was caught by traders in a nearby market. He admitted to more than 300 killings. The police found his body count hard to believe, until a flash flood revealed a mass grave of his victims. In the end 53 bodies were found. Detained in 1980 he served only 18 years prior to being discharged from an Ecuadorian jail and was repatriated to Columbia where he was rearrested. In 2002 he was forced to abandon this mortal hobby by a life sentence.