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RHOADES, ROBERT BEN: Killers: Behind the Myth TV - Very Bad Men TV - World’s Most Evil Killers TV -
A modest trucker morphs into a killer on a horrifying level. He kidnaps and inflicts the unbearable acts of torture. Killers: Behind the Myth s3e4: Robert Ben Rhoades, 2015
Robert Ben Rhoades: a 44-year-old married man living in Texas. He is calm and relaxed during his interview … He insists that what happened in his cab was consensual. ibid.
A horrifying discovery: a briefcase full of chains, whips, even a horse girdle. ibid.
The judge sentences him to life imprisonment without parole. ibid.
Investigators suspect he murdered more victims. ibid.
For one very bad man the open road is a licence to inflict unspeakable pain and suffering. Very Bad Men s3e19: Hell on Wheels
An Arizona highway patrolman decides to check on an apparently disabled truck. He is stunned to discover a new woman shackled inside. ibid.
They discover a mobile chamber of horrors. ibid.
Robert Ben Rhoades pleads guilty to the murder of Virginia Walters … Robert Ben Rhodes is convicted of two other murders. ibid.
‘There were easily fifty homicides that he could have been responsible for.’ ibid. rozzer
On 1st April 1990 Arizona state trooper Michael Miller pulled to the side of Interstate 10 in Casa Grande to inspect a parked truck. When he peered through the windows of the cab he couldn’t believe what he saw: the face of a petrified woman chained up like an animal. He immediately handcuffed the cab driver and put him into his patrol car. Michael didn’t know it yet but he’d apprehended a cold-blooded serial killer: Robert Ben Rhodes. For over a decade Rhodes had been raping, torturing and killing vulnerable women across the country, but he had remained completely undetected. World’s Most Evil Killers: Robert Ben Rhodes, Sky Crime 2020
‘His father was convicted for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, so his father was essentially an abuser. And this behaviour was a reflection of a misogynistic value system that he had that woman and girls were there to be used and abused.’ ibid. Elizabeth Yardley
Rhodes had an uncontrollable sexual appetite. Working as a long-distance truck driver presented him with the perfect opportunity to act out his aggressive sexual perversions on strangers he had met on the road with or without their consent. ibid.
RIAZ, MOHAMMED: Killer in the Family TV -
In 2006 the bridegroom [Mohammed Riaz] carried out one of the most devastating multiple murders in Britain. He poured petrol throughout the family home and set it alight killing his wife and four beautiful daughters, and leaving his only son to suffer the dreadful consequences. Killer in the Family s1e3: The Firestarter, CI 2009
Mohammed Riaz’ DNA was on the cans and he was the only person not in bed at the time. ibid.
RICH, SETH murder: The Conspiracy Files TV - Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & the Internet TV -
On 10th July 2016 a young man was shot dead on the streets of Washington DC. 27-year-old Seth Rich was a political campaigner who worked for the Democratic Party. In a city torn by political divisions this unsolved murder has become dynamite. The Conspiracy Files: Murder in Washington, BBC 2018
Seth Rich’s murder became the focus of a series of conspiracy theories that have gripped America. ibid.
The Washington Post reported hackers working for the Russian government had broken into the Democrats’ computer system in the DNC headquarters where Seth worked. ibid.
July 10 2016 4.20 a.m. Seth Rich is shot in the back twice. There appears to be some significant struggle … Web of Mark Believe: Death, Lies & the Internet II: A Murder in DC
Slain Democratic National Committee staffer ‘wanted to make a difference’. ibid. online article
Assassination Of Top US Democratic Party Official Leaders To FBI Capture Of Clinton “Hit Team”. ibid. Whatdoesitmean online article David Booth
His site served as a clearing house for Russian information. ibid. man in the know
Assange implies murdered DNC staffer was Wikileaks’ source. ibid. online article 10 August 2016
Why would the Russians want to kill Seth Rich? ibid. interviewer to theorist
Explosive Additional Audio: Seymour Hersh Confirms Seth Rich Wikileaks Contact. ibid. online article Gateway Pundit
Fox News had just reignited conspiracy theories around Seth Rich’s murder. ibid. critic
RICHARDSON, GERARD: Oddee online -
Who knew that something as small as a bite mark would lead to the overturning of a murder conviction of a man imprisoned for nearly two decades.
A 19-year-old girl was found dead in a Bernards Township ditch in New Jersey in 1994, and Gerard Richardson became the right man for the crime after prosecutors used bite-mark evidence to convict him.
But they were wrong, and DNA evidence helped prove that in October of 2013 with the help of the Innocence Project. The new evidence showed that the bite mark used to convict Richardson belonged to another male.
After nearly 20 years behind bars, Richardson was a free man.
Had his conviction held up, Richardson wouldn’t have been eligible for parole until May 2025. Oddee online report, ‘10 of the Worst Wrongful Imprisonment Cases’
RICHARDSON, JAMES: Oddee online - Herald-Tribune online - Janet Reno -
The 77-year-old Florida man recently returned to his hometown of Arcadia, where in 1967 he was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for the poisoning deaths of his seven children.
He spent 21 years locked up for the heinous crime – his children died from lunches laced with pesticide – after being framed by authorities and alleged by prosecutors to have killed his young for insurance money.
Years later, the woman who had been babysitting Richardson’s children while he and his wife were away working confessed to the crime, so Richardson was freed from prison. Oddee online report ‘10 of the Worst Wrongful Imprisonment Cases’
Seven children poisoned by insecticide.
Their father charged with murder.
A white sheriff and a white prosecutor who, the story goes, framed a poor black fruit picker and brought shame to this town.
All those lawyers making a show at the trial and all those reporters asking questions about Arcadia that no one wanted to answer.
Nobody talks much about James Joseph Richardson or those seven dead children anymore.
That was 40 years ago, and just about anybody who had anything to do with it has died or moved on.