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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

22.02.2014 um 05:16
Hey,

wundert mich das die Dame hier noch nicht aufgetaucht ist.

Mitlerweile sind Zweifel bezüglich der Glaubwürdigkeit laut geworden.
Angeblich aber, könne sie jeden Toten mit Namen bennen!?

Was meint ihr dazu?
Mich persönlich interessiert auch vor allem der Satanisch-/Rituelle Hintergrund, da dies (wenn man so will) mein persönliches Fachgebiet ist.



Bis jetzt glaube ich der Geschichte auf jedenfall, allerdings werde ich weiter recherchieren müssen.


Gruß...
AcidJesus
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Quelle:
http://www.faz.net/aktuell/gesellschaft/kriminalitaet/craigslist-killerin-bei-22-habe-ich-aufgehoert-zu-zaehlen-12806395.html

Craigslist-Killerin „Bei 22 habe ich aufgehört zu zählen“

17.02.2014 · In einem Telefoninterview aus dem Gefängnis hat sich die junge Amerikanerin Miranda Barbour schwer belastet: Seit ihrem dreizehnten Lebensjahr will sie Dutzende Menschen umgebracht haben. Nun ermittelt das FBI.
Von Christiane Heil, Los Angeles
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Miranda K. Barbour
© AP Vergrößern Miranda Barbour im Dezember 2013 auf dem Weg zum Richter

Für viele Amerikaner ist Miranda Barbour schon der „neue Craigslist-Killer“. Knapp fünf Jahre nach der Festnahme des Bostoner Medizinstudenten Philip Markoff, der seine Opfer über das Anzeigennetzwerk aufspürte und als Craigslist-Mörder in die amerikanische Kriminalgeschichte einging, erschütterte die Neunzehnjährige ihre Landsleute vor einigen Wochen mit dem Geständnis, den getöteten Troy LaFerrara auch bei der Website kennengelernt zu haben. Der Leichnam des Zweiundvierzigjährigen war im November mit 20 Stichwunden hinter einem Haus in der Kleinstadt Sunbury im Bundesstaat Pennsylvania entdeckt worden. Wie Barbour und ihr Ehemann Elytte der Polizei später sagten, wollten sie gemeinsam einen Menschen töten, um drei Wochen nach der Hochzeit auch diesen Nervenkitzel zu teilen.

Nach der Anklageerhebung in der vergangenen Woche, bei der die Staatsanwaltschaft des Bezirks Northumberland die Todesstrafe forderte, überraschte die Amerikanerin die Ermittler jetzt ein weiteres Mal. Der Familienvater LaFerrara sei nicht ihr erstes Opfer gewesen. Sie habe schon mehrere Dutzend Menschen getötet. „Bei 22 habe ich aufgehört zu zählen“, offenbarte Barbour am Wochenende während eines Telefoninterviews mit der Zeitung „The Daily Item“.


Angeblich hatte sie als Kind in Alaska erste Morderfahrungen gesammelt, als sie mit dem Führer eines Satanskults, dem sie als Dreizehnjährige beigetreten war, einen säumigen Schuldner erschoss. „Weil ich nicht abdrückte, legte er seine Hand auf meine und zog mit mir zusammen den Abzug. Seitdem habe ich weiter getötet“, sagte Barbour. In den vergangenen sechs Jahren mordete sie außer in Alaska angeblich auch in Texas, North Carolina und Kalifornien. Zu den Opfern zählt unter Umständen auch der Vater ihrer einjährigen Tochter. „Weil ich Rauschgift nahm, war ich geistig nicht immer präsent. Aber ich wusste, dass ich etwas Böses in mir hatte, das durch den Satansglauben zum Vorschein kam,“ ließ die unscheinbare Neunzehnjährige wissen. Da Barbour via Craigslist mit mindestens 30 Männern in Kontakt stand, nahm nun auch die amerikanische Bundespolizei (FBI) Ermittlungen auf.

Während Barbours Verteidiger Edward Greco weiter versucht, eine früheres Geständnis für ungültig erklären zu lassen, gab seine Mandantin bei dem aufgezeichneten Gefängnisinterview das Verbrechen abermals zu. Angeblich hatte sie sich mit dem Zweiundvierzigjährigen online geeinigt, ihm für 100 Dollar sexuelle Dienste zu leisten. Nach dem Treffen sei Barbour mit LaFerrara in das etwa zehn Kilometer entfernte Sunbury gefahren. Ihr 22 Jahre alter Ehemann Elytte versteckte sich derweil unter einer Decke hinter den Sitzen. „Unterwegs lief das Ganze aus dem Ruder. Er sollte nicht erstochen werden. Mein Mann sollte ihn strangulieren“, erinnerte sich Barbour. LaFerrara habe aber versucht, sie zu begrapschen. Zudem soll er auf Geschlechtsverkehr bestanden haben, obwohl sie vorgab, erst 16 zu sein. „Wenn er abgelehnt hätte, hätte ich ihn laufen lassen“, sagte die Neunzehnjährige.

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Quelle:
http://www.ibtimes.com/miranda-barbour-update-father-says-shes-selfish-dishonest-manipulative-1557073

Miranda Barbour Update: Father Says She's 'Selfish, Dishonest And Manipulative'
By Maria Vultaggio

on February 20 2014 7:33 PM
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Miranda Barbour claims to be one of the most prolific serial killers in American history, and her father says she should be put to death for her alleged crimes. In an interview with the Daily Item, her father, Sonny Dean, said he would watch as she was administered lethal injection.

If Barbour is convicted of the murder of Troy LaFerrara, Dean said he would hold the hand of the victim’s wife as his daughter was killed for her alleged crime. La Ferrara was strangled and stabbed. After Barbour was arrested, the Pennsylvania woman claimed to have killed 22 to 100 people during the past six years. She has been charged, with her newlywed husband, with the murder of a man she met through Craigslist.

Barbour's outrageous statements apparently don’t surprise her father. Dean said his daughter is a heroin addict and the most manipulative person he knows. But he does not believe his daughter is a mass murderer and he instead labeled her a liar.

“I don’t believe her,” said Dean, of Texas. “There is no way.”
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As far as the claim that she killed for the first time in Alaska, Dean told the Daily Item in a phone interview that it’s a possibility.

“The incident with the gun she talked about is possible,” Dean said. “But I can promise you that she has only been to California once and Texas a few times and both times she wasn’t out of my sight.”

Barbour claims to have murdered people from Alaska to North Carolina. She told the Daily Item from behind bars that she killed for the first time when she was 13 after a leader of a satanic cult held her finger over the trigger. “The reason I think that the Alaska incident is a possibility is that Miranda ran away from home at least two times that I remember, both for over a 48-hour period,” her father said. “Once was around the age of 13 and once was sometime the following year, when she was 14. I don’t know what took place during either of those 48-hour periods.”

Authorities in Alaska have not found any evidence to support claims, and police from the state are coordinating with Pennsylvania officials about Barbour’s alleged murders.

“Miranda lives in a fantasy world made up in her own mind,” Dean said. “She craves attention, is selfish, dishonest and manipulative,” he said. “I will always love her. However, only God knows what she needs or how to reach through to her. To say the past few months have been challenging and stressful is a gross understatement.”
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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

22.02.2014 um 13:21
Hi,



die Frage nach dem Sekten-Hintergrund lässt mir keine Ruhe.
Alles was ich bisher finden kann, geht nicht explizit auf dieses Thema ein. Vielmehr wird es im Nebensatz als Irrsin weggeschrieben.


Ich freue mich natürlich auch über alles, was ihr ggf. zum gesamten Fall finden könnt.



Ein Querverweis sei mir hier erlaubt....
Die Sache hat mich unweigerlich an das 4-Pi-Movement erinnert.

Quelle: http://www.crimezzz.net/serialkillers/A/4PI.php
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In 1969, while gathering material for a book on the Charles Manson case, journalist Ed Sanders encountered reports of a sinister Satanic cult alleged to practice human sacrifice in several parts of California, luring youthful members from college campuses throughout the western half of the United States. Calling itself the "Four Pi" or "Four P" movement, the cult originally boasted 55 members, of whom fifteen were middle-aged, the rest consisting of young men and women in their early twenties. The group's leader -- dubbed the "Grand Chingon" or "Head Devil" -- was said to be a wealthy California businessman of middle years, who exercised his power by compelling younger members of the cult to act as slaves and murder random targets on command. The central object of the cult was to promote "the total worship of evil."
Organized in Northern California during 1967, the Four Pi movement held its secret gatherings in the Santa Cruz mountains, south of San Francisco. Rituals were conducted on the basis of a stellar timetable, including the sacrifice of Doberman and German shepherd dogs. Beginning in June 1968, authorities in San Jose, Santa Cruz, and Los Gatos began recording discovery of canines, skinned and drained of blood without apparent motive. As the director of the Santa Cruz animal shelter told Sanders, "Whoever is doing this is a real expert with a knife. The skin is cut away without even marking the flesh. The really strange thing is that these dogs have been drained of blood."
If we accept the word of isolated witnesses, the missing blood was drunk by cultists in their ceremonies. So, according to reports, was human blood, obtained from sacrificial victims murdered on a dragon-festooned altar. Death was the result of stabbing with a custom-made six bladed knife, designed with blades of varied length to penetrate a victim's stomach first, before the heart was skewered, causing death. Each sacrifice allegedly was climaxed by removal of the heart, which cultists then divided up among themselves to eat. The evidence of murder was incinerated in a portable crematorium, mounted in the back of a truck. According to reports from self-styled members of the Four Pi cult, its victims were mainly hitchhikers, drifters and runaways, with an occasional volunteer from the ranks. One such, a young woman, reportedly went to her death with a smile in November 1968, near Boulder Creek, but even sacrifice of willing victims is a risky business, and the cult was said to mount patrols around its rural meeting places, using guards with automatic weapons and attack trained dogs to guarantee privacy.

In early 1969, the cult reportedly moved southward, shifting operations to the O'Neil Park region of the Santa Ana Mountains, below Los Angeles. The move produced -- or was occasioned by -- a factional dispute within the group, one segment striving to de-emphasize Satanic ritual and concentrate wholeheartedly on kinky sex, while more traditional adherents clung to Lucifer and human sacrifice. The group apparently survived its schism and expanded nationwide, with author Maury Terry citing evidence of a thousand or more members across the country by 1979. One hotbed of activity appears to be New York, where 85 German shepherds and Dobermans were found skinned in the year between October 1976 and October 1977. Along the way, the "Four Pi" movement has apparently rubbed shoulders with a number of notorious killers, feeding -- or, perhaps, inspiring -- their sadistic fantasies. Serial slayer Stanley Baker, jailed in Montana for eating the heart of one victim, confessed to other murders perpetrated on orders from the "Grand Chingon." Recruited from a college campus in Wyoming, Baker remained unrepentant in confinement, organizing fellow inmates into a Satanic coven of his own, but his testimony brought lawmen no closer to cracking the cult.

Charles Manson and his "family" reportedly had contact with the Four Pi movement, prior to making headlines in Los Angeles. Ed Sanders reports that some of Manson's followers referred to him -- in Sanders' presence -- as the "Grand Chingon," distinguished from the original article by his age and the fact that Manson was jailed while the real "Chingon" remains at large. Likewise, "family" hacker Susan Atkins has described the sacrifice of dogs by Manson's group, and searchers digging for the last remains of Manson victim Shorty Shea reported finding large numbers of chicken and animal bones at the family's campsite -- a peculiar form of garbage for a group reputedly comprised of vegetarians. Convicted killer David Berkowitz -- more famous as the "Son of Sam" who terrorized New York in 1976 and '77 -- has also professed membership in the Four Pi cult, revealing inside knowledge of a California homicide allegedly committed by the group. In 1979, Berkowitz smuggled a book on witchcraft out of his prison cell, with passages on Manson and the Four Pi movement underlined. One page bore a cryptic notation in the killer's own handwriting : "Arlis Perry. Hunted, stalked, and slain. Followed to California."

As researched by Maury Terry, the Berkowitz note points directly to an unsolved murder committed at Stanford University in mid-October 1974. On October 11 of that year, co-ed Arlis Perry was found in the campus chapel at Stanford, nude from the waist down, a long candle protruding from her vagina. Her blouse had been ripped open, and another candle stood between her breasts. Beaten and choked unconscious by her assailant, she was finally killed with an ice pick, buried in her skull behind the left ear. In subsequent conversations and correspondence, Berkowitz alleged that Perry was killed by Four Pi members as "a favor" to cultists in her hometown Bismarck, North Dakota, whom she had apparently offended in some way. Her slayer was named by Berkowitz as "Manson II," a professional killer "involved with the original Manson and the cult there in L.A." Aside from participation in human and canine sacrifice, with the occasional gang-rape of teenage girls, Four Pi cultists also reportedly share a fascination with Nazi racist doctrines. One alleged member, named by Berkowitz, was Frederick Cowan, a neofascist from New Rochelle, New York, who was suspended from work after quarreling with his Jewish boss in February 1977. Turning up at the plant with a small arsenal on February 14, Cowan killed five persons and wounded two others before turning a gun on himself.

Maury Terry has also linked cult activity with the unsolved case of the "Westchester Dart man," who wounded 23 women in New York's Westchester and Rockland Counties, between February 1975 and May 1976. Despite the testimony of reputed Four Pi members, authorities have yet to build a case against the cult. Some suspects, named by witnesses, have died in "accidents" or "suicides" before they could be questioned by police. Another obstacle appears to be the use of code names, which prevent the cultists from identifying one another under questioning. The group itself relies on different names from place to place, with New York members meeting as "The Children," while Alabama hosts "The Children of the Light" (suspected of involvement in 25 murders since 1987). A faction called the "Black Cross" is said to operate as a kind of Satanic Murder Incorporated, fielding anonymous hit teams for cultists nationwide, disposing of defectors and offering pointers on the fine art of human sacrifice. If law enforcement spokesmen are correct, the cult is also deeply involved in white slavery, child pornography , and the international narcotics trade.
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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

22.02.2014 um 19:41
Hört sich interessant an.

Ich würde auch gerne wissen, ob was an der Geschichte dran ist und was diese Sekte damit zutun hat. Vielleicht erfährt man in den nächsten Wochen mehr darüber.


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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

22.02.2014 um 23:04
Todesstrafe für sie.


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Miranda Barbour - Die Craiglist Killerin

24.02.2014 um 15:45
Hey,


jeder mag es so sehen wie er will....
Ich persönlich aber bin ganz Grundsätzlich gegen jede Tötung, also auch gegen die Todesstrafe ganz gleich wegen welcher Tat. Davon ausgenommen ist natürlich die Tötung aus Notwehr, und auch hier nur im äussersten Fall!



Bisher findet man hauptsächlich nur Amerikanische Nachrichten zum Fall. Ein paar aussergewöhnliche davon werde ich noch posten.


Joa....

Bis Später...


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