The The newspaper told us a few days ago that Kaven Sirois FournierThe author of Three Murders in Trois-Rivières in 2014 wants to marry his educator of many years at the Philippe-Pinel Psychiatric Institute in Montreal.
Is that so? A case of hyperistophilia, which is sometimes called the “Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome”. It refers to people – especially women – who are attracted to women and/or people who have committed serial rape. These dangerous criminals, often sentenced to life imprisonment or death, receive letters from fans in prison – qualified as “murder groups” – often containing more or less explicit sexual references.
A serial killer subdues a Quebec woman
Another case involving a Quebecer is in the news. Charles SobrajNicknamed “The Serpent,” a French serial killer who killed twenty hippies roaming Asia in the 1970s. He seduced Quebec medical secretary Marie-Andre Leclerc into submission and forced her to become his accomplice. When he and Chopraj were convicted of murder in India in 1980, he appealed against the verdict. In July 1983, after suffering from cancer, he was allowed to return to Quebec. He died in 1984 at the Hôtel-de-Lévis at the age of 38.
As for Chopraj, who was jailed in Kathmandu for other murders, he married Nihita Biswas, 44 years his junior from Nepal, who fell in love with him. The 78-year-old was released on health grounds and returned to France.
And this is not a new phenomenon. Landru, the infamous French serial killer who killed ten women between 1915 and 1919, received more than 4,000 letters from women he loved, including 800 marriage proposals. l’Wikipedia article about him Notes: “Despite all the evidence, women often believe in the innocence of these criminals or the possibility of saving them.”
An accomplice of “love” murders
We also remember the case of Paul and Karla Homolka. She “lovingly” supplied sex slaves to rape and murder. The couple killed three teenagers, including Karla’s sister, and raped around twenty women.
Bernardo, who was sentenced to life in prison in 1995, spent most of his time in solitary confinement, Global News reported. In 2021, he failed a second parole application. The dangerous convicted felon, now 58, will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Despite angry protests from the victims’ families and the general public, Karla Homolka was released in 2005 after serving 12 years in prison for complicity in her boyfriend’s heinous crimes. When he was released, Karla Homolka He settled in the Montreal area where he married and had three children.
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