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These Serial Killer Sisters Murdered So Many People They Broke A World Record. Like so many murderers, the Gonz?lez sisters’ crimes were exposed after police picked up one of their relatives on a routine bust. They suspected the relative, Josefina Gonz?lez, was involved in the kidnapping of a local girl, and upon interrogation, Josefina unravelled a horrific story about what is now known as the “bordello from hell.”

The “Bordello from Hell”

Busting The Gonz?lez Sisters

In the 1950s and 1960s, Delfina and Mar?a de Jes?s Gonz?lez ran a large-scale prostitution ring in Northern Mexico. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the sisters also partook in a massive killing spree?targeting prostitutes, wealthy men, and illegitimate babies.

Delfina and Mar?a de Jes?s Gonz?lez were born into poverty in El Salto de Juanacatlan, Jalisco. Their father, Isidro Torres, was abusive and expected his children to follow a rigid set of rules; ironically, he was also part of the local grass-roots police force that patrolled the remote area of Mexico on horseback. It wasn’t unheard of for the head of the Gonz?lez house to shoot innocent people during arguments or abuse his power, and he often locked the sisters in jail as punishment for wearing sexy clothing or makeup.

The Gonz?lez sisters (known as “Las Poquianchis”) were two sisters from the Mexican state of Guanajuato, located 200 miles north of Mexico City. From the 1950s until the mid-1960s the sisters ran Rancho El ?ngel, called the “bordello from hell” in San Francisco del Rinc?n.

Like so many murderers, the Gonz?lez sisters’ crimes were exposed after police picked up one of their relatives on a routine bust. They suspected the relative, Josefina Gonz?lez, was involved in the kidnapping of a local girl, and upon interrogation, Josefina unraveled a horrific story about what is now known as the “bordello from hell.”

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Forget the Jihadis for now, this morning our problem is a ConAir flight full of scumbags

So let’s get this straight, last week?the?opposition was cuddling these scumbags, calling them honourable Kiwis who just stole some lollies and they marched out of parliament when John Key explained that many were violent offenders including rapists and murderers…and this week it’s all scary because “Con Air” is arriving with dangerous criminals.

A chartered flight dubbed “Con Air” by opposition and with about 20 criminals onboard will land at Auckland Airport tomorrow morning, Police Minister Michael Woodhouse says.

Police have confirmed the number of returning offenders, most of whom have appealed Australia’s decision to deport them for their crimes but decided to appeal from New Zealand.

“They will be processed at Auckland Airport and then the arrangements will be different according to their connections to the community and their family situation,” Mr Woodhouse said.

In a joint statement, Police and Corrections confirmed the charter flight carrying the offenders will arrive at Auckland International Airport and be met by Police and Corrections staff for processing before being taken to accommodation. Those who required further supervision will be served with a notice of it. ? Read more »

Who will have the courage to protect the weak?

While we continue to place the human rights of remorseless rapists and murderers and paedophiles ahead of the innocent and the weak, more lives are being destroyed

Alexia Johnston explains

A 67-year-old sex offender who was jailed for 17 years this week has reignited the call for a publicly available register of sex offenders.

Christopher David Williams faced trial in Timaru but was sentenced in Christchurch on Monday.

A non-parole period of seven years and six months was imposed.

Williams was convicted in March on 12 charges: five of rape, four of unlawful sexual connection using his fingers, and three of indecent assault.

The Christchurch District Court heard this week that the two girls he offended against were subject to the abuse at rural South Island locations. One of the girls had become pregnant and one had been raped when she was heavily pregnant.

The offences were described as premeditated and cruel, with no remorse.

No remorse. ?Premeditated. ?Predictable. ?Inevitable. ? Read more »

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