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Aug. 21 2009 - 9:38 am | 207 views | 0 recommendations | 1 comment

Teenage girl confesses to serial killings in Sao Paulo


This is not the serial killer.

When they eventually come out, the stories of child abuse, paternal rape and everything else you see on Intervention will turn this girl into a hero. And who knows? Depending on the victims, maybe she is. From Fox News:

A 17-year-old was being held Wednesday in Brazil for allegedly knifing thirty men to death.

The schoolgirl stunned cops by owning up to a serial killing spree that started when she was a 15-year-old.

She told detectives she wanted to confess before she turned 18 and could be tried as an adult.

The girl — too young even to be named — said she began targeting men in her home city of Sao Paulo, Brazil “for money, revenge and to bring justice”.

She allegedly even smiled as she reeled off her list of victims — which is feared to make her the world’s most prolific teenage serial killer.

via 17-Year-Old Girl in Brazil Reportedly Confesses to Murdering 30 Men in Serial Killing Spree | FOXNews.com.


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  1. collapse expand

    I’ll bet the movie rights are already sold.

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