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Juli 31st, 2010 | Tags: 1970s, 1970s celebrity, appeal, Asia, Cambodia, celebrity killer, Charles Sobhraj, conviction, court, crimes against humanity, Duch, India, Kathmandu, killer, killer celebrity, mass murder, murder, Nepal, sentence, serial killer, Steve Sandford, Supreme Court, The Bikini Killer, The Charles Sobhraj Interview, The Serpent, Tom Vater | Category: Nepal
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[...] the now 67 year old alleged murderer prior to his conviction in Kathmandu in 2003. Here is the full story and an update on that [...]
Very interesting man, but no one has the balls to shoot him or hang him legally. Everybody is still mesmerized like a five year old boy.
Every one should be ashamed but instead people talk with media and make a demon into a celebrity.
I hope some one besides me can actually see ” we have a problem ” !
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