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Serial Killer : Tsutomu Miyazaki By Sabina Karac

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Serial Killer : Tsutomu Miyazaki "The Little Girl Killer" By Sabina Karac
Social Life & Health & 1st kill
* suffered from a multiple personality disorder/ schizophrenic.
*Miyazaki grabbed his first victim, four-year-old Mari Konno,
on August 22, 1988, taking her into a park, photographing her, and strangling her. He then undressed her and left her nude body behind while he took her clothing with him — which he also photographed. He allowed the corpse of , Mari Konno, to decompose in the hills near his home, then chopped off the hands and feet, which he kept in his closet. He charred her remaining bones in his furnace, ground them into powder, and sent them to her family in a box, along with several of her teeth, photos of her clothes, and a postcard reading: "Mari. Cremated. Bones. Investigate. Prove."
Killed a total of 4 ages 4,7,4,5
Signature way to kill : took place in Tokyo’s Saitama Prefecture
(near his home)
,in his car a black Nissan Langley ,sexually molested the corpse, chopped off the girl's hands and feet, took the girl's clothes , hands and feet with him, he terrorized the families of all four victims, sending them letters and postcards where he described his heinous crimes, and also may have called their houses.
drank the blood of one victim, also eating her hands.
Classification; DISORGANIZED KILLER:Socially isolated, lives close to crime scene, sex post mortem,appears to be spontaneous,
On July 23, 1989, Miyazaki attempted to put a camera up a little girls dress and was apprehended by the girl's father so he fled later to come back to his car where he was arrested by police.
A search of Miyazaki's two-room bungalow turned up a collection of 5,763 videotapes, some containing anime and slasher films (later used as reasoning for his crimes). Interspersed among them was video footage and pictures of his victims.
The trial began on March 30, 1990. Often talking nonsensically, he blamed his atrocities on "Rat Man", an alter ego who Miyazaki claimed forced him to kill; he spent a great deal of the trial drawing "Rat Man" in cartoon form.However, the Tokyo District Court judged him still aware of the gravity and consequences of his crimes and therefore accountable. He was sentenced to death by hanging on April 14, 1997. His death sentence was upheld by both the Tokyo High Court, on June 28, 2001, and the Supreme Court of Justice on January 17, 2006.
Works Cited
Early Life
Tsutomu Miyazaki born August 21, 1962 in Itsukaichi, Tokyo, Japan
Premature birth left him with deformed hands, which were permanently gnarled and fused directly to the wrists, was bullied due to this physical deformity.
Although he was originally a star student, his grades at Meidai Nakano High School dropped dramatically
Instead of studying English and becoming a teacher as he originally intended, he attended a local junior college, studying to become a photo technician.
Miyazaki wanted to be listend to about his problems but that never happened &was rejected by his two younger sisters, and he only found support in his grandfather.
In May 1988, his grandfather died, only to deepen his depression and to isolate him even further. In a desperate attempt to "retain something from him", Miyazaki ate part of his grandfather ashes.
No mention of participation in the homicidal triangle
In the mid-1980's, Miyazaki moved back into his parents' house and shared a room with his elder sister, near his father's print shop. Miyazaki's family was highly influential in Itsukaichi, where his father owned a newspaper. This, however, did not influence Miyazaki to take over his father's job.
Just worked in his father's print shop.
arrested for trying to put a camera up a little girls dress
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