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Old 16-01-2016, 07:30 PM   #24
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Aleksey Khobotov..
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Chikatilo's parents were both collective farm labourers who lived in a one-room hut and who received no wages for their work, but instead received the right to cultivate a plot of land behind the family hut..Throughout his childhood, Chikatilo was repeatedly told by his mother Anna that prior to his birth, an older brother of his named Stepan had, at age 4, been kidnapped and cannibalized by starving neighbours, although it has never been independently established whether this incident actually occurred..Nonetheless, Chikatilo recalled his childhood as being blighted by poverty, ridicule, hunger, and war..In 1943, Chikatilo's mother gave birth to a baby girl, Tatyana.. Chikatilo's father had been conscripted in 1941 and as such, could not have fathered the child.. It has been speculated the child was conceived as a result of rape committed by a German soldier..His sister later recalled that in spite of the hardships endured by her parents, their father, Roman, was a kind man, whereas their mother was harsh and unforgiving toward her children..At the onset of puberty, Chikatilo discovered that he suffered from chronic impotence, worsening his social awkwardness and self-hatred..Chikatilo was unable to sustain an erection..After several months, Chikatilo found a job as a communications engineer in a town located north of Rostov-on-Don...


Coat of Arms Technical School № 33, Shakhty..

By 1914, the population had reached 54,000..The population was poor, but the town had rail, telegraph and telephone networks, electricity and plumbing as well as libraries, hospitals and a post office..In 1920, the city was given its present name.. The name, which literally means mines in Russian, was chosen due to the strong association with coal mining..City Day 3rd Sunday of September..In 1941, an independent Cossack republic had been declared in Shakhty although this was suppressed by the NKVD before the Russian invasion..In July 1942, during the Great Patriotic War, the city was occupied by the Germans; many coal pits and buildings were blown up by the Germans during their retreat in February, 1943...


Yelena Zakotnova..

In September 1978, Chikatilo moved to Shakhty, a coal mining town near Rostov-on-Don, where he committed his first documented murder..Chikatilo's first victim.. Accosted while walking home from an ice-skating rink.. On 22 December, Chikatilo lured a 9-year-old girl named Yelena Zakotnova to an old house which he had secretly purchased; he attempted to rape her but failed to achieve an erection.. When the girl struggled, he choked her and stabbed her 3 times in the abdomen, ejaculating while stabbing the child..whereupon he strangled her into unconsciousness before throwing her body into a nearby river.. Her body was found 2 days later...

Numerous pieces of evidence linked Chikatilo to Zakatnova's murder: spots of blood had been found in the snow near the house Chikatilo had purchased..Zakotnova's school rucksack had been found upon the opposite bank of the river at the end of the street..a witness had given police a detailed description of a man closely resembling Chikatilo..Despite these facts, a 25-year-old labourer named Aleksandr Kravchenko who, as a teenager, had served a prison sentence for the rape and murder of a teenage girl, was arrested for the crime..A search of Kravchenko's home revealed spots of blood on his wife's sweater: the blood type was determined to match both Zakotnova and Kravchenko's wife.. Kravchenko had a watertight alibi for the afternoon of 22 December: he had been at home with his wife and a friend of hers the entire afternoon, and neighbours of the couple were able to verify this...Despite his retraction, he was convicted of the murder and sentenced to death in 79.. This sentence was commuted to 15 years' imprisonment (the maximum possible length of imprisonment at the time) by the Supreme Court in December, 1980.. Under pressure from the victim's relatives, Kravchenko was retried and eventually executed for Zakotnova's murder in July 1983...

2- 1981 September 3 -Age 17 - Larisa Tkachenko Approached by Chikatilo while waiting for a bus back to her boarding school..

3 - 82 June 12 - Age 13 - Lyubov Biryuk was abducted while returning from a shopping trip in the village of Donskoi..

4 - July 25 - Age 14 -Lyubov Volobuyeva.. Killed in an orchard near Krasnodar Airport.. Her body was found 7 August...

5 - August 13 - Age 9 - Oleg Pozhidayev ..Chikatilo's first male victim. Pozhidayev was killed in Adygea.. His body was never found..

7 - September 8 -Age 19 - Irina Karabelnikova Lured away from Shakhty station by Chikatilo..Her body was found 20 September..

8 - September 15 -Age 15 - Sergey Kuzmin A runaway from a boarding school.. Kuzmin's body was found at Shakhty station in January 1983..

9 - 1982 December 11 -Age 10 - Olga Stalmachenok Lured off a bus while riding home from her piano lessons in Novoshakhtinsk..

10 -1983 After June 18 -Age 15 - Laura Sarkisyan Killed in woodland near an unmarked railway platform close to Shakhty. Chikatilo was cleared of this murder at his trial..

11 -July - Age 13 - Irina Dunenkova body was found in Aviators' Park, Rostov, on 8 August 1983..

12- July - Age 24 - Lyudmila Kutsyuba A homeless mother of 2 children killed in woodland near a Shakhty bus station. Her body was found 12 March 1984 ..

13 - August 9 - Age 7 -Igor Gudkov Chikatilo's youngest victim. He was killed in Aviators' Park, Rostov. Gudkov was the first male victim linked to the manhunt..

14 - 1983 July–August - Unknown woman - Age 18–25-Chikatilo claimed he encountered this victim while she tried to find a "man (client) with a car"...

On 14 January 1990, Chikatilo encountered an 11-year-old boy named Andrei Kravchenko standing outside a Shakhty theater. Kravchenko was lured from the theater on the pretext of being shown imported Western films Chikatilo claimed to have at his residence; his emasculated body was found in a secluded section of woodland the following month..[108] Se7en weeks after Kravchenko's murder, on 7 March, Chikatilo lured a 10-year-old boy, named Yaroslav Makarov, from a Rostov train station to Rostov's Botanical Gardens. The eviscerated body was found the following day..Gelsenkirchen was first documented in 1150, but it remained a tiny village until the 19th century, when the Industrial Revolution led to the growth of the entire area. In 1840, when the mining of coal began, 6,000 inhabitants lived in Gelsenkirchen; in 1900 the population had increased to 138,000...
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The Bering Strait (Берингов пролив, Beringov proliv, Yupik: Imakpik) is a strait connecting the Pacific and Arctic oceans between Russia and The US state of Alaska..


Child 44 - Reichstag scene..

“People think that miscarriages of justice are rare and exceptional,” says Dr Michael Naughton, founder of the UK Innocence Project. “But every single day, people are overturning convictions for criminal offences. Miscarriages of justice are routine, even mundane features of the criminal justice system. They are systemic.”..In 1959, 14-year-old Steven Truscott was convicted of raping and murdering a 12-year-old girl.. In 2007, the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned Truscott's conviction, based on a reexamination of forensic evidence..It has been shown that there are unfavorable psychological effects, even in the absence of any public knowledge.. In an experiment, participants significantly reduced their pro-social behavior after being wrongfully sanctioned. As a consequence there were negative effects for the entire group.. The extent of wrongful sanctions varies between societies..In 1992, Guy Paul Morin was convicted of the 1984 rape and murder of an 8-year-old girl and was sentenced to life imprisonment (the death penalty had been abolished in Canada by this time).. In 1995, new testing of DNA evidence showed Morin could not have been the murderer, and the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned his conviction..Sally Clark was wrongfully sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of one young son in 1996, and another, a two-month old, in 1998. She was released after three years in jail after an expert witness, Professor Roy Meadow, was discredited..George was convicted of the murder of TV presenter Jill Dando and was released after 2 trials and 2 appeals..His sentence was finally overturned after scientific evidence was ruled inadmissible by the trial judge. He was denied compensation and is taking his claim to the European Court of Human Rights..Learning disability is a classification that includes several areas of functioning in which a person has difficulty learning in a typical manner, usually caused by an unknown factor or factors. Given the "difficulty learning in a typical manner", this does not exclude the ability to learn in a different manner. Therefore, some people can be more accurately described as having a "Learning Difference", thus avoiding any misconception of being disabled with a lack of ability to learn and possible negative stereotyping...
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http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0205985/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diomede_Islands
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_disability
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...n-Britain.html
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