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Senior Muslim cleric urges ideological battle against the Islamic State

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Zaac, Nov 19, 2015.

  1. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012

    Guess this does away with the lie about other Muslims never speaking up to denounce the extremists of their faith.
  2. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    Muslim Council of Britain takes out advert denouncing Paris attack

    Council places advert in Daily Telegraph and Mail Online condemning the terrorist attacks ‘unreservedly’

    Hundreds of British Muslims have taken out an advert to highlight their “united condemnation” of terrorism after the attacks in Paris.

    The advert, issued by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) and endorsed by more than 300 of the body’s affiliates, features an image of the Eiffel Tower and the words: “With one voice, British Muslims condemn the Paris attacks unreservedly.

    “The barbaric acts of Daesh [Isis] have no sanction in the religion of Islam, which forbids terrorism and the targeting of innocents.

    “Muslims have held vigils and donated blood for the victims. It is not the terrorists who represent our faith but brave individuals like Stade de France security guard Zouheir, who risked his life to stop the attackers.”

    Dr Shuja Shafi, the secretary general of the MCB, said it was important to make sure the UK heard the MCB’s condemnation of the attacks.

    He said: “The advert aims to highlight how Muslims everywhere have consistently and without reservation spoken out against terror. It is important that our fellow Britons hear this message loudly and clearly.”
  3. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    #NotInMyName: Muslims condemn attacks in Paris

    (CNN)As the terrorist attacks erupted in Paris, people throughout the world mourned with France, and appalled Muslims turned to social media using the hashtag #NotInMyName.

    Shehnaz Khan, a journalist in London, tweeted, "Whoever kills an innocent person, it is as though he has killed all of mankind." She was one of many people to share this verse from the Quran.

    "I don't see ISIS as Muslim. I see terrorists when I look at ISIS," Philistine Ayad, a Muslim feminist, told CNN. "To me, terror knows no religion. They are picking and choosing aspects of the religion and twisting and distorting them in order to justify their actions that are unjustifiable."

    Ayad, who was born in the United States, says she feels very Westernized. However, she says it hurts when she wears her hijab, the scarf worn around her head, in public and hears muttering about her religion from onlookers.

    She hopes the #NotInMyName campaign will help remove Islamophobia from Western culture.

    "I want there to be an understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims and a sense of communal sympathy for the victims of terrorists, but not descending into Islamophobia. If the #NotInMyName campaign can help expel some of that Islamophobia and expel some of my fear ... then that would be wonderful," she said.

  4. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    NJ Muslim Leaders Condemn Paris Attacks At Rutgers
    November 19, 2015 at 2:05 AM

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Leaders of New Jersey Muslim community groups gathered Tuesday at the Rutgers University Visitors Center to condemn the recent attacks in Paris, as well as those in Beirut and Bagdad. A collective statement was read that denounced the radical ideals of the terrorists and their extreme violent views and acts as commonly reported on by Western news agencies.

    “Mosques and Islamic Centers in New Jersey have issued statements which are posted on their web sites,” said Dr. Ali Chaudry, president of the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge. “We stand in solidarity with the people of France and express our deepest sympathy with the families of those who were killed and pray for the recovery of those injured in these horrific attacks,” Chaudry read from the condemnation.

    Imams from various Mosques and Islamic Centers around the state expressed their concerns over the violent acts by the extremist groups, done in the name of the Qur’an.

  5. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    Orange County's Muslims denounce Paris attacks, fear backlash at home

    Muslim leaders in Southern California are condemning last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris and advising mosques and Islamic schools to beef up security and stay on alert for potential backlash.

    Many added Monday that the terrorists who killed 129 people Friday night in Paris and injured more than 300 others – an attack the Islamic State group says it sponsored – do not represent the religion or the majority of its followers.

    “We are shocked and sorrowful on one side and disturbed to the point of anger that Islam was hijacked by some moronic, corrupted minds,” said Shakeel Syed, executive director of the Islamic Shura Council of Southern California, which represents 112 mosques in Orange and Los Angeles counties and the Inland Empire.

    On Friday, the Shura Council warned its members that terrorist acts by the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, might lead to vandalism and threats in Southern California.

    There were no local anti-Muslim incidents.


  6. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    San Diego Muslims condemn Paris attacks
    The Council on American-Islamic Relations of San Diego gathered for its 10th anniversary Saturday

    San Diego — Muslims in San Diego and their supporters on Saturday condemned the terrorist attacks that left more than 100 civilians dead in Paris Friday, but also acknowledged the greater role their community must take to root out extremism.

    At a banquet dinner marking the 10th anniversary of the Council on American-Islamic Relations of San Diego, religious leaders, educators and local officials discussed the nonprofit’s evolving trajectory and the continuous need to empower the Muslim community.

    Attendees also denounced terrorist acts committed against any group of people around the world. 

  7. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    Muslims around the world condemn terrorism after the Paris attacks

    Muslims around the world, from religious leaders and politicians to ordinary people, meanwhile, are condemning the attacks.

    In an official statement, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani called the attacks a “crime against humanity.”

    In the name of the Iranian people, who have themselves been victims of terrorism, I strongly condemn these crimes against humanity and offer my condolences to the grieving French people and government.

    Indonesian president Joko Widodo condemned the “violence that took place in Paris,” and called for more international cooperation to fight terrorism.

    Leaders of Arab states called the attacks immoral and inhumane. Qatar’s foreign minister Khaled al-Attiyah denounced the “heinous attacks,” adding, “these acts, which target stability and security in France are against all human and moral values.” Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Sabah called the attacks “criminal acts of terrorism which run counter to all teachings of holy faith and humanitarian values.” The Saudi foreign ministry called for global cooperation to “root out this dangerous and destructive plague.”


    A young Moroccan man used Youtube to express his “deepest condolences” to the victims of the Parisian attacks, and call the terrorists unIslamic:


  8. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    After Paris attacks, Grand Rapids Muslim leaders condemn extremism

    Grand Rapids local Muslim organizations mourn the tragic and senseless loss of innocent lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. We categorically and vehemently condemn these attacks and express and share our deepest sympathies with those all over the world and especially those in France in this very difficult time.

    Not only did these horrific crimes affect the people of France, but they were also inflicted upon every single human being throughout the world. Any act of violence against innocent people is an act of violence against all people.

    We reaffirm our belief, as emphasized in the Qur'an that whoever kills one life, it is as if they killed all of humanity, and whoever saves one life, it is as if they have saved all of humanity (Chapter 5: Verse 32).

    We have a profound sense of revulsion and stand strongly opposed to learn that these politically-motivated extremists claiming responsibility for these heinous crimes are using the name of our faith to justify their evil deeds.

    This reprehensible act is also similar to other acts by ISIS against an even a larger number of Muslims including most recently those in Beirut, Lebanon the day before the Paris massacre. There is absolutely no justification whatsoever in any Divine or human value system to justify an act of violence against any innocent life.

    We call for a stand by all humanity to show our collective resolve against any act of violence inflicted upon any innocent life by any perverted perpetrator using any justification. We pray for light, guidance, wisdom and hope that God leads us all through this very dark time in our collective history.

  9. Rippon

    Rippon Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2005
    I am glad to hear of those reports Zaac. But isn't it curious and strange that only Islam has been associated with these abominations? Various Islamic spokespersons can come out and denounce the unspeakable acts and say it has nothing to do with true Islam --yet the agents of terror do it in allah's name.
  10. carpro

    carpro Well-Known Member

    Oct 14, 2004
    Talk is cheap. Keep this always in the back of your mind.

    "Let believers not take for friends and allies infidels instead of believers. Whoever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah – unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions." (Quran 3:28)

    Al-Tabari's (838-923 AD) Tafsir, or Quranic exegeses, is essentially a standard reference in the entire Muslim world. Regarding 3:28, he wrote: "If you [Muslims] are under their [infidels'] authority, fearing for yourselves, behave loyally to them, with your tongue, while harbouring inner animosity for them... Allah has forbidden believers from being friendly or on intimate terms with the infidels in place of believers – except when infidels are above them [in authority]. In such a scenario, let them act friendly towards them."

    Regarding 3:28, the Islamic scholar Ibn Kathir (1301-1373) wrote: "Whoever at any time or place fears their [infidels'] evil, may protect himself through outward show."

    As proof of this, he quotes Muhammad's companions. Abu Darda said: "Let us smile to the face of some people while our hearts curse them." Al-Hassan said: "Doing taqiyya is acceptable till the day of judgment [in perpetuity]."
  11. 777

    777 Well-Known Member

    Nov 25, 2006
    These must be the "moderate Muslims" you hear about over in Syria - the ones that are supposed to fill the vacuum created when they (and ISIS) finally overthrow Assad. That idea hasn't worked out some well in other Arab Spring countries.
  12. Alcott

    Alcott Well-Known Member

    Dec 17, 2002
    Since to muzzlms anything goes to further isslum, why give the slightest regard to these "condemnations?" I am at work and can only use this HTC, look up yesterday's soccer game in Greece and listen to them boo the moment of silence for the Paris victims.
  13. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    Whose name did the American serial killers do their bidding in?

    Convicted serial killers
    • Charles Albright: also known as "The Eyeball Killer"; convicted of murdering three prostitutes in Dallas, Texas; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1994
    • Rodney Alcala: also known as "The Dating Game Killer"; convicted rapist and serial killer, born in San Antonio, Texas, believed to have killed 50 to 130 women in California, New York and Washington.
    • Howard Arthur Allen: killed three elderly people, as well as assault, burglary, and arson
    • Richard Angelo: Also known as "The Angel of Death". New York nurse convicted of 4 murders, linked to 6 other deaths. Suspected of killing up to 25 people
    • Amy Archer-Gilligan: poisoned a husband and four of her nursing home's residents with arsenic or strychnine in Windsor, Connecticut in the 1910s; total could possibly be 48 to 60
    • Benjamin Atkins: also known as "The Woodward Corridor Killer"; mission-oriented killer who raped and strangled eleven women in Highland Park, MI in 1991 and 1992
    • Joe Ball: also known as "The Alligator Man"; killed at least 20 women in the early 20th century in Texas
    • Velma Barfield: two husbands and two boyfriends died mysteriously with two proving to be arsenic poisoning; confessed to killing three more including her mother
    • Herb Baumeister: suspected of killing 20+ men along I-70; fled and committed suicide after remains of 11 were found on his Westfield, Indiana property
    • Bloody Benders: family who killed guests at their inn in Labette County, Kansas in 1872
    • Robert Berdella: convicted of killing six men in 1988 in Kansas City, Missouri; sexually tortured and dismembered his victims - In his prison psychiatric profile, Berdella spoke of his rough childhood in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Just outside of Cleveland) Specifically, he mentioned his rape at age 16, an act that triggered his desire to move to Kansas City, and kill off everybody in the sex industry in the process. Berdella died in prison just four years after his arrest.
    • David Berkowitz: also known as "Son of Sam"; convicted of killing 6 people in New York City in 1976-1977
    • Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, Jr.: also known as "The Hillside Strangler"; killers of 12 women and possibly involved in three other killings
    • Richard Biegenwald: convicted of killing five people in the early 1980s in the Asbury Park, New Jersey area; suspected in at least six other murders
    • Jake Bird: Sentenced to death for the murders of two people; confessed to 44 other murders
    • Arthur Gary Bishop: Utah man who murdered five young boys; executed in 1988
    • Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris: kidnapped, tortured, raped and murdered five girls in 1979
    • Terry Blair: Kansas City serial killer and rapist; active 1982–2004
    • William Bonin: also known as "The Freeway Killer"; with several accomplices, claimed the lives of 20 boys in California
    • Dallen Bounds: killed two strangers, his girlfriend and her ex-husband in 1999
    • Gary Ray Bowles: beat and strangled six men to death to steal their credit cards in 1994
    • Briley Brothers: three brothers and an accomplice responsible for 11 murders in the 1970s in Richmond, Virginia
    • Jerry Brudos: also known as "The Lust Killer" and "Shoe Fetish Slayer"; killed at least 4 women in Oregon
    • Judy Buenoano: poisoned her husband, boyfriend and son with arsenic in the 1970s; drowned the son in 1980 but caught in 1983 after poisoning and car bombing a fiancee
    • Ted Bundy: law student who raped and murdered more than 35 women in six states; escaped from prison twice before being executed in 1989
    • Ricardo Caputo: also known as "The Lady Killer"; strangled 4 women across North America in the 1970s becoming one of the FBI 10 Most Wanted
    • Harvey Carignan: also known as "The Want-Ad Killer"; raped and beat 4 young women to death in 1972 and 1973 having escaped hanging for a 1949 killing on a technicality
    • David Carpenter: also known as "The Trailside Killer"; murdered 5 women on San Francisco-area hiking trails between 1979 and 1981
    • Michael Bear Carson and Suzan Carson: nomadic hippie killers involved in the counter-culture movement; suspects in 12 homicides; sentenced to life imprisonment for three San Francisco Bay Area murders in 1983
    • Steven David Catlin: poisoned three people from 1976 to 1984; sentenced to death in 1990
    • Richard Chase: also known as "The Vampire of Sacramento"; murdered 6 people in California in the 1970s
    • Thor Nis Christiansen: Shot dead and committed necrophilia on 4 young women in Isla Vista, California in the late 1970s
    • Joseph Christopher: Also known as "The Midtown Slasher"; killed 12 people, all but one of them African Americans, in 1980 and 1981, between upstate New York and Georgia, mutilating 2 of them
    • Douglas Clark and Carol M. Bundy: also known as "The Sunset Strip Killers"; killed at least 7 prostitutes during 1980
    • Cynthia Coffman: Kidnapped 4 women by ATMs before accomplice James Gregory Marlow strangled them in five weeks in 1986
    • Carroll Cole: Murdered a young boy and 6 women, suspected of a further 9 murders.
    • Alton Coleman: Multi-state killer who along with his accomplice murdered a man and injured another, murdered 4 women, 3 young girls and raped a young girl
  14. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    • John Norman Collins: also known as "The Co-Ed Killer"; Murdered 3 women and 3 young girls, beat his own sister very badly, had an obsession with mutilation and excessive gore
    • Daniel Conahan: Was convicted of one murder, but was associated with more than a dozen of torture and murder . Date of murders: 1994 - 1996
    • Rory Enrique Conde: also known as "The Tamiami Trail Strangler". Killed 6 prostitutes in Florida. Sentenced to death on March 7, 2000
    • Ray and Faye Copeland: oldest couple ever sentenced to death in the United States at the ages of 75 and 69; convicted of killing 5 men; modus operandi was to hire unskilled drifters as farm hands and later kill them
    • Dean Corll and Elmer Wayne Henley: Along with David Owen Brooks, committed the Houston Mass Murders in the 1970s; abducted, raped, tortured and murdered 5 men and 25 young boys
    • Juan Corona: California killer convicted of murdering 25 men in 1971
    • Tony Costa: Killed, dismembered and mutilated 4 women in Cape Cod in the late 1960s; linked to at least 4 other deaths and disappearances
    • Richard Cottingham: also known as "The Torso Killer"; convicted of murdering 6 women around New York City between 1967 and 1980
    • Juan Covington: Shot and killed 2 men. Shot 2 other men
    • Andre Crawford: Murdered 11 women between 1993 to 1999
    • Charles Cullen: A nurse in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who killed as many as 40 patients through lethal injection
    • Jeffrey Dahmer: Milwaukee, Wisconsin cannibal who kept heads, skulls and body parts in his apartment for sexual gratification; murdered 4 men and 13 young boys. Dahmer was a known sex offender, he sexually abused and violated a young boy.
    • Thomas Dillon: Serial sniper who killed 5 men in southeastern Ohio between 1989 and 1992
    • Westley Allan Dodd: Raped and murdered three young boys in 1989; executed in 1993
    • Ronald Dominique: Confessed to raping and murdering at least 23 men in Louisiana; sentenced to eight life sentences in 2008
    • Nannie Doss: also known as "The Giggling Granny" and "The Jolly Black Widow"; serial poisoner who killed 11 family members
    • Brian Dugan: convicted of murdering 2 girls and a woman between 1983 and 1985
    • Joseph E. Duncan III: Raped at least 17 young boys and 3 young girls. Murdered a man and 2 boys, woman and 2 young girls. Suspected of a murder of a young boy.
    • Paul Durousseau: Brutally raped and murdered 3 women, 2 of whom were pregnant and 1 young girl. May have killed while stationed in Germany with the Army
    • Edward Edwards: Shot a young couple in 1977 and stabbed and strangled another in 1980; sentenced to die for shooting his foster son in 1996 insurance murder, but died of natural causes before he was to be executed.
    • Mack Ray Edwards: Molester. Murdered 2 young girls and 4 young boys. Claimed at one point to have killed as many as 18
    • Walter E. Ellis: also known as "The Milwaukee North Side Strangler"; convicted of killing 7 prostitutes in Wisconsin between 1986 and 2007
    • Scott Erskine: Convicted of raping and murdering a woman in 1989 and the torture-murders of 2 boys in 1993
    • Felipe Espinosa: Killed two dozen people in the Colorado Territory during the summer of 1863
    • Donald Leroy Evans: Murdered a young girl and two women. Suspected of another dozen murders but recanted confessions to over 70 more.
    • Gary Evans: antique thief who shot to death two shop owners and three accomplices who he suspected of stealing from him between 1985 and 1997
    • Richard Evonitz: abducted and killed 3 girls in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1996 and 1997
    • Larry Eyler: also known as "The Interstate Killer"; convicted of murdering 2 young men and confessed to stabbing and mutilating 20 more in 1982 and 1983
    • Neal Falls: Killed up to 10 women before being killed in self defense.
    • Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck: also known as "The Lonely Hearts Killers"; killed at least 3 women and 1 child in the 1940s but suspected in up to 20 murders in New York and Michigan
    • Albert Fish: also known as "The Werewolf of Wisteria"; sadist and pedophile who cannibalized several children; convicted of one murder, confessed to 2 others, claimed to have molested 100 children
    • Wayne Adam Ford: also known as "Wayward Wayne"; confessed to murdering four women; believed to have killed others
    • Bobby Jack Fowler: convicted of one murder, suspected of up to 20 more.
    • Kendall Francois: serial killer from Poughkeepsie, New York who targeted prostitutes; after strangling the women, he would store them in various crawl spaces in and around his home
    • Joseph Paul Franklin: racist serial killer who targeted interracial couples and attempted to assassinate Larry Flynt and Vernon Jordan; convicted of 11 murders and confessed to nine others; executed in 2013
    • John Wayne Gacy: also known as "The Killer Clown"; killer of at least 33 men and boys; kept bodies buried under his Chicago home; executed in 1994
    • Gerald and Charlene Gallego: also known as "The Gallego Sex Slaves Killers"; kidnapped, raped and killed victims in the late 1970s; most of them were teenagers
    • Carlton Gary: convicted of the murders of seven elderly women in Georgia
    • Alfred Gaynor: Crack cocaine addict. Killed nine women in Massachusetts. Sentenced to life
    • Donald Henry "Peewee" Gaskins: also known as "The Meanest Man in America"; convicted of nine murders; confessed to more than 200; executed in 1991
    • in prison on May 19, 2000
  15. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    • Alfred Gaynor: Crack cocaine addict. Killed nine women in Massachusetts. Sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000
    • Ed Gein: From La Crosse, Wisconsin; Ed Gein committed his crimes in Plainfield, Wisconsin; two known victims, one suspected victim, four missing persons; elements of Gein's life and crimes have inspired, at least in part, the novels/films Psycho and The Silence of the Lambs, and the movie The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
    • Janie Lou Gibbs: Georgia poisoner who killed five family members
    • Bertha Gifford: found not guilty of three arsenic poisonings by reason of insanity and suspected of 14 other killings, mostly of children, in Missouri
    • Kristen Gilbert: also known as "The Angel of Death"; nurse convicted of killing four by epinephrine injection
    • Sean Vincent Gillis: convicted of killing and mutilating seven women in Baton Rouge in competition with Derrick Todd Lee between 1994 and 2004
    • Lorenzo Gilyard: killed up to 13 prostitutes in the Kansas City area 1977 to 1993
    • Harvey Glatman: also known as "The Lonely Hearts Killer"; Californian rapist and killer of three women; lured women to pose for "bondage photographs"; executed in 1959
    • Billy Glaze: mission-oriented killer convicted of raping and murdering three Native American prostitutes in Minneapolis in 1986 and 1987
    • Billy Gohl: union official linked with the disappearances of over 40 sailors in Aberdeen, Washington in the early 20th century
    • Mark Goudeau: also known as "The Baseline Killer"; convicted of nine murders in Phoenix, Arizona
    • David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield: also known as "The Killing Cousins"; connected to the murders of six females; Gore was executed in 2012 and Waterfield was sentenced to life imprisonment
    • Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood: Michigan duo who murdered five elderly nursing home residents in their care and claimed to have killed another
    • Dana Sue Gray: convicted of murder of three elderly women and attempted murder of a fourth in California
    • Vaughn Greenwood: convicted of nine counts of murder, including eight of the "Skid Row Slasher" killings in southern California
    • Samuel Green: Robber and serial killer; executed in 1822.
    • Belle Gunness: Norwegian-born murder-for-profit killer who killed her suitors and children in Indiana
    • Anna Marie Hahn: German-born murder-for-profit killer who poisoned five elderly men; executed in 1938
    • William Hance: also known as "The Forces Of Evil"; soldier who used the murders of Carlton Gary as an excuse for killing four women around military bases in 1977 and 1978
    • Robert Hansen: Alaskan baker who killed prostitutes at his cabin; convicted of four murders but confessed to the murder of 17 women and the kidnap and rape of another 30. Authorities believe there were many more. Their cases are still open
    • Harpe Brothers: also known as "Bloody Harpes"; Micajah "Big" Harpe (1768? – August 1799) and Wiley "Little" Harpe (1770? – January 1804), America's first known serial killers were credited with the murders of 40 men, women, and children
    • Donald Harvey: also known as "The Angel of Death"; hospital orderly; confessed to more than 80 "mercy killings" with 37 confirmed killings
    • Charles Ray Hatcher: convicted of two child murders in 1978 and 1982 having killed another in 1969; also stabbed to death a fellow inmate and another man 20 years apart
    • Dale Hausner: Convicted of killing 6 people in random drive-by shootings in 2006 in Phoenix, Arizona
    • Linda Hazzard: Attributed to 13 deaths (which she claimed was medical treatment) and was convicted of manslaughter in one death, in which she additionally forged the victim's will and stole her valuables
    • William Heirens: also known as "The Lipstick Killer"; confessed to three murders spanning from June 1945 to January 1946
    • Loren Herzog and Wesley Shermantine: also known as "Speed Freak Killers"; California duo initially convicted of 7 murders, and suspected in the deaths of as many as 15 people from 1984 to 1999
    • Johann Otto Hoch: also known as "The Stockyard Bluebeard"; German who married dozens of US women around the turn of the 20th century, before poisoning them with arsenic
    • Dr. H. H. Holmes: active from 1890 to 1894 during Chicago's 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; convicted of only one murder but definitively tied to at least eight more and confessed to a total of 27
    • Waneta Hoyt: New York woman who murdered her five children
    • Michael Hughes: killed six women and a schoolgirl in the South Los Angeles area between 1986 and 1993, including a Southside Slayer victim
    • Leslie Irvin: also known as "Mad Dog"; convicted of killing six people in Indiana in the mid-1950s; his Supreme Court case set a precedent for fair trials of highly publicized defendants
    • Phillip Carl Jablonski: killed at least four women in California and Utah
    • Keith Hunter Jesperson: also known as "The Happy Face Killer"; killed 8 women between 1990 and 1995
    • Martha Ann Johnson: convicted of smothering three of her children in Atlanta between 1977 and 1982
    • Milton Johnson: also known as the "The Weekend Murderer" killed 10 people
    • Vincent Johnson: also known as "The Brooklyn Strangler"; a homeless crack addict who killed at least five prostitutes
    • Genene Jones: Texas pediatric nurse who poisoned infants in her care; convicted of only one murder but suspected of 10 or more others
  16. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    • John Joubert: also known as "The Nebraska Boy Snatcher"; stabbed three children to death in 1982 and 1983
    • Joseph Kallinger: murdered three people and tortured four families with his 13-year-old son Michael
    • Patrick Kearney: necrophiliac convicted of 21 murders in California and admitted to seven other murders
    • Edmund Kemper: also known as "The Co-Ed Killer"; started killing when he was 15 years old in Santa Cruz, California; convicted of six murders and implicated in four others
    • Israel Keyes: 3 confirmed victims. Linked to 11 victims in 4 states. Committed suicide on December 2, 2012
    • Scott Lee Kimball: also known as "Joe Snitch"; FBI informant who pleaded guilty to two of at least four murders in Colorado including those of his uncle and three female acquaintances
    • Roger Kibbe also known as "The I-5 Strangler", killed seven women between 1977 and 1987 (six along Interstate 5 near Sacramento, and one to the west in Walnut Creek, California)
    • Tillie Klimek: Chicago woman who poisoned five husbands; sentenced to life imprisonment
    • Paul John Knowles: Child killer, rapist; murdered five young girls, seven women, two men
    • Anthony Kirkland killed 5 women between 1987 and 2009
    • Randy Steven Kraft: convicted of the murders of 16 young men and boys; suspected of 51 others in California
    • Timothy Krajcir: confessed to killing more than nine women—five in Missouri and four others in Illinois and Pennsylvania
    • Peter Kudzinowski: killed children in New Jersey in the 1920s
    • Richard Kuklinski: American serial killer that joined the mafia as a contract killer for financial support
    • Leonard Lake and Charles Ng: ex-Marines and survivalists; killed at least 11 people and suspected of 25 in Wilseyville, California; collected and murdered female sex slaves
    • Delphine LaLaurie: Tortured and maimed her slaves
    • Derrick Todd Lee: also known as "The Baton Rouge Serial Killer"; convicted of two murders; linked by DNA evidence to five others
    • Bobbie Joe Long: also known as "The Classified Ad Rapist"; killed 10 women in Tampa Bay, Florida in 1984
    • Michael Lee Lockhart: killed people in multiple states
    • Henry Lee Lucas: convicted of 11 murders and confessed to approximately 3,000 others, although most of his confessions are considered outlandish; a task force set up to investigate his claims suggested that the true number of his murders may be as high as 213
    • Orville Lynn Majors: nurse convicted of murdering six patients in Clinton, Indiana; suspected of 130 killings between 1993 and 1995
    • Richard Laurence Marquette: first 11th name on FBI 10 Most Wanted for killing, mutilating and dismembering a woman in 1961; killed two more with same MO upon 1973 release
    • Lee Roy Martin: also known as "The Gaffney Strangler"; killed two women and two girls in South Carolina in 1967 and 1968
    • Rhonda Belle Martin: Alabama poisoner who murdered six family members; suspected of poisoning at least nine; executed in 1957
    • David Mason: strangled four elderly neighbours in 1980 and his cellmate in 1982 having been imprisoned on lesser charges; suspected of shooting dead his boyfriend
    • David Edward Maust: convicted of killing five teenage boys; one in Germany in 1974, another in 1981, and three he buried in his basement in Hammond, Indiana in 2003
    • Kenneth McDuff: also known as "The Broomstick Killer"; death sentence for 1966 triple-murder commuted; killed three days after 1989 parole and ten further times in Waco, Texas until 1992; executed in 1998
    • David Meirhofer: killed three children and an ex-girlfriend between 1967 and 1974; first serial killer apprehended by offender profiling
    • Stephen Morin: killed three women and was suspected in over 30 unsolved crimes; executed in 1985
    • Frederick Mors: Austrian who killed 8 elderly patients by poisoning in New York
    • John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo. Also known as "The Beltway Snipers". Spree killers who terrorized the Washington D.C. area with a series of sniper attacks.
    • Herbert Mullin: schizophrenic in Santa Cruz, California who killed people to prevent earthquakes; convicted of 10 murders and confessed to three others
    • Joseph Naso: killed four women in California, suspect in another 6; also considered a person of interest in the New York Alphabet murders[1][2]
    • Robert Nixon: killed 5 women in the 1930s
  17. Zaac

    Zaac Well-Known Member

    Jun 12, 2012
    • Earle Nelson: also known as "Gorilla Man"; necrophiliac convicted and hanged for one murder; implicated in about 20 others
    • Marie Noe: murdered eight of her children between 1949 and 1968
    • Gordon Northcott: also known as "The Wineville Chicken Coop Murders"; California man who confessed to kidnapping, raping and murdering young boys with the aid of his mother, Sarah Louise Northcott in the 1920s; convicted of 3 murders, suspected of perhaps 20; executed in 1930
    • Carl Panzram: murderer, rapist and arsonist; convicted of two murders; confessed to 19 others; executed in 1930
    • Gerald Parker: also known as "The Bedroom Basher" raped and murdered five women and killed the unborn baby of a sixth woman in Orange County, California
    • Louise Peete: convicted of murdering a man and woman decades apart, four other acquaintances died suspiciously and four husbands committed suicide
    • Steven Brian Pennell: also known as "The Corridor Killer"; convicted of torture-murdering two women, pleaded no contest to two more and suspected of a fifth in Delaware in 1987 and 1988
    • Christopher Peterson: also known as "The Shotgun Killer", confessed to shooting seven people with a shotgun in a killing spree spanning from October 30, 1990 to December 18, 1990 in Indiana
    • Craig Price: also known as "The Warwick Slasher"; teenager who stabbed two women and two children in Rhode Island in the late 1980s
    • Jesse Pomeroy: also known as "The Boy Torturer"; Convicted of murdering two small children in Boston, Massachusetts
    • Harry Powers; also known as The West Virginia Bluebeard killed two women and three children in 1931
    • Cleophus Prince Jr.: also known as "The Clairemont Killer"; raped and killed six women in San Diego in 1990
    • Marion Albert Pruett: killed four women in three states; executed in 1999
    • Dorothea Puente: convicted of three killings in Sacramento, California during the 1980s; suspected of six others
    • Dennis Rader: also known as "The BTK Killer"; killed ten people between 1974 and 1991 in Sedgwick County, Kansas
    • Richard Ramirez: also known as "The Night Stalker"; terrorized Los Angeles in 1984 and 1985; convicted of 14 murders; died in prison 7 June 2013
    • David Parker Ray: convicted of rape and torture and sentenced to 224 years in prison; FBI believes he was responsible for the deaths of 60 women in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
    • Melvin Rees: also known as "The Sex Beast"; shot and defiled a woman in 1957, torture-murdered a family of four in 1959 and suspected in four other killings
    • Paul Dennis Reid: killed seven people during armed robberies between February and April 1997
    • Ángel Maturino Reséndiz: killed nine people in Texas, Kentucky, and Illinois
    • Robert Ben Rhoades: convicted of murdering 3 women in Texas and Illinois between 1989 and 1990
    • Stephen Richards: nicknamed "The Nebraska Fiend"; murdered at least six people, including three children, in Nebraska in 1878
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    • Gary Ridgway: also known as "The Green River Killer"; convicted of murdering 49 women in Washington state
    • Joel Rifkin: murdered 17 women in the New York City and Long Island areas
    • Harvey Miguel Robinson: teenager who stalked, raped and killed three women in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1992 and 1993
    • John Edward Robinson: also known as "The Cyber Sex Killer"; lured victims through the internet; convicted of murdering six women in Missouri and Kansas
    • Dayton Leroy Rogers: murdered at least six women in Oregon
    • Glen Edward Rogers: known as the "Cross Country Killer" and "Casanova Killer". Rogers operated around the United States between 1995 and 1999
    • Danny Rolling: pleaded guilty to murdering five students in Florida; executed in 2006
    • Michael Bruce Ross: raped and murdered seven women in Connecticut; executed in 2005
    • Robert Rozier: former NFL player that confessed to seven murders while a member of the Nation of Yahweh
    • Kimberly Clark Saenz: killed five patients by using syringes to inject bleach into their dialysis lines
    • Efren Saldivar: respiratory therapist who killed six patients, possibly as many as 120
    • Altemio Sanchez: also known as "The Bike Path Rapist"; responsible for three murders and numerous rapes spanning a 25-year period in Buffalo, New York; currently serving three consecutive 75 years-to-life sentences for the murder
    • Gerard John Schaefer: Florida police officer who killed up to 34 women and girls
    • Charles Schmid: also known as "The Pied Piper of Tucson"; murdered three teenage girls in 1964 and 1965 and buried them in the desert
    • Heriberto Seda: New York City copycat killer of the "Zodiac Killer" active from 1990 to 1993; convicted of shooting eight individuals, killing three; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1998
    • Tommy Lynn Sells: convicted of only one murder; admitted to murdering dozens of people across the United States, possibly in excess of 70 although only six are confirmed; executed in 2014
    • Arthur Shawcross: also known as "The Genesee River Killer"; convicted of 12 murders; confessed to one more
    • Lydia Sherman: poisoned four husbands and seven children.
    • Anthony Allen Shore: also known as "The Tourniquet Killer"; convicted of strangling a woman with an unusual ligature in 1992 and confessed to killing three girls including two with same MO
    • Robert Shulman: convicted of murdering five prostitutes between 1991 and 1996
    • Daniel Lee Siebert: convicted of 1979 manslaughter; killed nine people across America in three months in mid-1980s including two children and a Southside Slayer victim
    • Robert Joseph Silveria, Jr.: also known as "Sidetrack"; freight train rider convicted of beating to death four fellow transients in 1995 and confessed to dozens more
    • Lemuel Smith: confessed to the murders of five people, including an on-duty female prison guard
    • Morris Solomon Jr.: handyman who killed six young women between 1986 and 1987 in Sacramento, California
    • Lyda Southard: first and fourth husbands' 'typhoid' deaths due to arsenic; first husband's brother poisoned and daughter died; two other husbands died of 'flu'
    • Anthony Sowell: also known as "The Cleveland Strangler" and "The Imperial Avenue Murderer"; convicted of raping and murdering 11 women between 2007 and 2009, leaving their bodies in his house in Cleveland, Ohio
    • Timothy Wilson Spencer: also known as "The Southside Strangler"; raped and killed five women in Virginia between 1984 and 1987
    • Jack Owen Spillman: also known as "The Werewolf Butcher"; killed two girls and the mother of one of them in Washington State in 1994 and 1995
    • Edward Spreitzer: also known as "The Chicago Rippers"; as part of a satanic cult, raped and mutilated at least four women and also killed a man in Chicago
    • Gerald Stano: convicted murderer of 41 women; executed in 1998
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