Serial Killer Sew Dead Woman’s Eyes
Serial Killer Sew Dead Woman’s Eyes: Nearly a decade after his death in 2012, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has proceeded to publish more horrifying evidence in the case of infamous killer Israel Keyes in the hopes of locating more unknown victims of the convicted serial killer rapist and psycho killer.
Despite picking at least 11 victims at random, Keyes, a native of Richmond, Utah, painstakingly planned his murders to escape detection in practically every region of the United States.
Samantha Koenig, an 18-year-old barista from Anchorage who vanished on the evening of February 1, 2012, during her night shift at a roadside espresso stand in Alaska, was one of them. The entire episode was captured on video by the workplace’s security camera.
Serial Killer Sew Dead Woman’s Eyes
The assailant had carried the teen victim’s remains to his rented home after rapping and killing her. Keyes admitted to pulling the woman’s frozen body out of the refrigerator in his shed, applying lipstick to her face, braiding her hair, and stitching her eyes open with a fishing line to simulate an evidence of life in order to extract ransom money from the girl’s relatives.
According to the Daily Star, he then held a local newspaper to her face, took a grainy Polaroid, and emailed the ransom photo to her loved ones, asking $30,000 in exchange for her safety.
Unaware of the ploy, Koenig’s family quickly wired the ransom money, believing their daughter was still alive. To avoid leaving a record of his murder, the crazy killer chopped up Koenig’s body and threw her remains into Matanuska Lake after receiving the money.
Following the horrible murder of the 18-year-old barista, Keyes proceeded on a two-week trip with his family in the Gulf of Mexico, as if nothing had happened.
After 10 hours of delicate and arduous operations, the FBI’s dive team recovered Koenig’s body on April 2, 2012, at Matanuska Lake in Alaska.
The ex-strategy soldier’s was to travel to a distant part of the nation and rent a car, paying for gas, supplies, and hotel stays entirely in cash to avoid leaving any digital trail for police to follow.
The killer also liked to hide his “murder kits,” which included materials like as shovels, plastic bags, money, firearms, ammo, and bottles of Drano, in secluded locations such as parks, campgrounds, walking paths, and boat docks, waiting for someone to prey on them.
According to CBS News, Keyes’ use of the victim’s ATM card, which had been watched by police since Koenig’s disappearance, allowed officials to track his whereabouts more than a month later in March 2012.
Authorities apprehended the 34-year-old Alaskan man driving a rental automobile in the Lower 48, approximately 4,000 miles away in Texas, and arrested him on the spot. They also retrieved the victim’s phone and the debit card he had on him at the time of the transaction.
Keyes eventually recounted the horrifying facts from when he planned his abduction of the barista to the moment he murdered her two weeks after his arrest. According to the New York Post, the accused confessed to at least eight murders and multiple bank robberies.
Keyes was suspected of robbing 20 to 30 households across the United States and murdering at least 11 people at random. Using his own blood, the man allegedly sketched terrifying images of 11 skulls, which were thought to be his recent victims at the time. Authorities are not ruling out other heinous crimes in other countries.
On Dec. 2, 2012, Keyes committed suicide in his Anchorage Correctional Complex detention cell by self-inflicted wrist slashes and strangling. He left a blood-soaked filthy suicide note titled “Ode to Murder,” in which he stated that he was sickened by other people’s lifestyles, which prompted him to commit suicide.
The Los Angeles Lakers: Shaquille O’Neal and the Greatest Centers in Team History
One thing is certain: The Los Angeles Lakers have never been short when it comes to dominating centers. That includes George Mikan, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Shaquille O’Neal – some of basketball’s greatest ever centers! Enough with the pregame hype. Here are 10 of the greatest centers in Lakers history.
10. Darrall Imhoff
In the 1960s, Darrall Imhoff helped Jerry West and Elgin Baylor guide the Lakers to three NBA Finals appearances.
Imhoff earned his only All-Star selection in 1967 while with the Lakers.
9. Elmore Smith
Elmore Smith had two seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers from 1974 and 1975. Smith served as the Lakers’ center between Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s tenures with the team. While on loan to Buffalo Braves in 1973, Elmore averaged 11 points and 11 rebounds per game for the Lakers. On his way there, Smith set a career high with 18 points per game against Buffalo during that season.
8. Mychal Thompson
Mychal Thompson spent five seasons with the Lakers, helping them win back-to-back championships in 1987 and 1988.
Thompson’s career averages of 13 points and seven rebounds may not be particularly remarkable, but he provided the Lakers with much-needed depth in their frontcourt after they lost to Hakeem Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson in the 1986 Western Conference Finals.
7. Andrew Bynum
Andrew Bynum was selected with the 10th overall pick in 2005 by the Los Angeles Lakers and has since played an integral role in helping them win two NBA championships. Though Bynum has endured various knee injuries over recent seasons, he still shows signs of greatness when given a chance.
Bynum is not only instrumental in the Lakers’ current success, but he is expected to remain their starting center for many years into the future. At 23 years old, Bynum looks set to continue being an invaluable part of this team for years to come.
6. Vlade Divac
Vlade Divac spent parts of eight seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, helping them reach the NBA Finals in 1991.
Divac averaged 16 points per game during 94-95 and made his only All-Star team as a member of the Sacramento Kings in 2001.
Divac will be long remembered by Lakers fans as the guy who traded for Kobe Bryant and his tenure with the Sacramento Kings during their 2002 Western Conference Finals showdown.
5. Clyde Lovellette
Clyde Lovellette enjoyed a four-season Hall of Fame career with the Minneapolis Lakers, helping them win their only championship – in 1954.
Lovellette earned two more All-Star teams during his time as a member of the Lakers: in 1956 and 1960 respectively – before making two more as part of the St. Louis Hawks organization in 1961 and 1988, respectively. Ultimately, Lovellette was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1988.
4. George Mikan
George Mikan guided the Lakers to five championships during his time in Minneapolis.
Mikan’s 1952-54 Lakers were the first team in NBA history to win three consecutive championships.
Mikan earned six career All-NBA first teams and four All-Star selections.
Additionally, George Mikan was named one of 50 greatest players ever in 1996 and inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1959.
George Mikan is widely regarded as the first dominant big man in professional basketball history.
3. Shaquille O’Neal
From 1996 to 2004, Shaquille O’Neal served as the painter for the Los Angeles Lakers, leading them to three consecutive championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
In his eight seasons with the Lakers, O’Neal averaged 27 points and 11 rebounds per game.
In 122 playoff games with his team, O’Neal recorded 27 points and nearly 13 rebounds on average.
Over his 18-year career, O’Neal has earned one MVP award, three finals MVPs, four career championships and has been selected to 15 All-Star teams and eight All-NBA first teams.
Additionally, O’Neal has earned two scoring titles and was named the 1992-1993 Rookie of the Year; he currently sits in fifth place on all-time scoring lists.
2. Wilt Chamberlain
Wilt Chamberlain completed his illustrious career with the Los Angeles Lakers, spending the final five years of it there.
Chamberlain played an instrumental role in the Lakers’ 1972 championship win, earning him four All-Star teams and being named MVP of the 1972 finals. For his career, Chamberlain averaged 30 points, 23 rebounds, and four assists per game.
Chamberlain earned selection to 13 All-Star teams, seven All-NBA first teams and two All-Defensive first teams. He also won four MVP awards, seven scoring titles, 11 rebounding titles and was named one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history in 1996 – an accolade which further cemented Chamberlain’s place among great NBA players.
Chamberlain earned his induction into the Hall of Fame in 1979. On March 2, 1962 at Hershey Pennsylvania, he scored 100 points!
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
For 14 of his 20 seasons in the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spent time with the Los Angeles Lakers, helping them win five championships during the 1980s.
Jabbar earned three MVP awards while with the Lakers, including being named its finals MVP in 1985.
Jabbar averaged 24 points, 11 rebounds and three assists during his 20-year career, leading him to six MVP awards, two finals MVPs and six championships.
Jabbar was also named to 19 All-Star teams, 10 All-NBA first teams and five All-Defensive first teams.
Jabbar is the all-time leading scorer in NBA history and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1995.
Drew Timme Men Basketball of Gonzaga University Athletics
Gonzaga extended their NCAA tournament run after defeating TCU in the round of 32. Drew Timme was once again outstanding for the Bulldogs, leading them with 28 points.
Timme joined an elite group of college basketball greats in NCAA tournament history by becoming the seventh player to record nine 20-plus point games during the Big Dance.
No player in men’s college basketball history has more such games than Timme, so when Gonzaga takes the court against UCLA in the Sweet 16 of NCAA Basketball Championship, Timme has the opportunity to break that record and make it his own.
Timme is joined in the NCAA tournament by Princeton’s Bill Bradley, UConn’s Richard Hamilton, Houston’s Elvin Hayes, Kansas’ Danny Manning, Michigan State’s Glen Rice and Arkansas’ Corliss Williamson with nine 20-plus point games.
Timme scored a game-high 28 points, added eight rebounds, three assists, and one block to help his team to an 84-81 victory over TCU after an intense battle. Despite shooting 12-for-21 from the field and making his only three-point shot, the senior managed to secure victory with TCU by four points after making just one three-point attempt in overtime.
Under head coach Mark Few, the Zags have now reached the Sweet 16 in each of their last eight trips to the Big Dance. Next time he takes the court, the big man hopes to make history in NCAA history by becoming the only active center with 100 points – if he can maintain his impressive offensive form.
Drew Timme now has nine 20-point games in his NCAA tournament career, tied for the most all-time 💪 @ZagMBB pic.twitter.com/MgDE28GBAA
— ESPN (@espn) March 20, 2023
On Tuesday night, Timme tallied a game-high 28 points along with eight rebounds, three assists, and one block for his Bulldogs as they earned an 84-81 victory against TCU after a fiercely fought battle.
Despite missing his only three-point attempt from the field, the senior was able to hit 12 of 21 shots from the field for their only three points of the night; helping them secure an impressive victory in overtime!
Under head coach Mark Few, the Zags have now reached the Sweet 16 in each of their last eight trips to the Big Dance. Next time he takes the court, the big man hopes to make history in NCAA history by continuing his hot offensive streak.
‘Water Cannon Man’ Arrested In Amritpal Singh: Liberals Make A Hero Out Of Khalistan Supporter
‘Water Cannon Man’ Arrested In Amritpal Singh: On Sunday, Navdeep Singh Jalbehra–hailed by some as the ‘water cannon man’ during the Delhi agitation–was taken into custody for protesting against police action towards Amritpal Singh, leader of Waris Punjab De. Following his arrest, Jalbehra called for the continuation of Shambhu barrier protests in solidarity with radical activists and Khalistan supporters.
At the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march of November 2020, Navdeep gained notoriety by climbing onto a water cannon and redirecting it away from farmers, ultimately turning off its power to protect them from police action that was meant to stop protesters crossing Punjab-Haryana borders into Delhi. On Sunday morning, Navdeep posted a video on Facebook in which he called upon people to support Amritpal, describing him as an extraordinary warrior: “Individuals like him aren’t born every day.”
But Navdeep, arrested for supporting Khalistan supporters during farmer protests in Delhi in 2020, was celebrated by left-leaning liberals as a hero for breaking a police barricade and trying to run over policemen with his speeding tractor-trolley.
How liberals made Navdeep Singh into a hero for supporting Khalistani causes
Recently, self-described liberals who had been supporting extremist elements and instigating insurrection against the democratically elected government of the day have gone into raptures about him, hailing him as a “water cannon man” for defying police authorities by breaking barricades, endangering law enforcement officers’ lives.
Aditya Menon, a journalist with The Quint, who has become notorious for disparaging Indian soldiers by misrepresenting a 2012 picture from Syria as coming from Kashmir, had extolled Navdeep as an inspiring young farmer who bravely turned off the water cannon tap during a farmers’ protest in Delhi.
Dr. Shama Mohamed, Congress leader, had described Navdeep as a young man whose only crime was to turn off the “water cannon” after being charged with attempted murder for running over a police barricade and endangering the lives of the personnel deployed during the 2020 tractor rally in Delhi
Shyam Meera Singh, unceremoniously dismissed from Aaj Tak in 2021 over disciplinary matters, too had lavished praises on Navdeep Singh after police booked him on an attempt to murder charge during the 2020 farmers’ protests.
Swara Bhasker, who was accused of inciting communal violence in 2021, publicly supported Navdeep Singh after he was charged with attempted murder during a farmers’ protest in 2020
On Sunday evening, Punjab Police reported that pro-Khalistani activist Amritpal Singh remains at large despite a massive manhunt launched to capture him. Amritpal Singh went missing yesterday after police launched an operation against his Waris Punjab De and arrested several members of the organization.
“Punjab Police is adhering to the law,” IGP Sukhchain Gill declared in a video message late Sunday evening. He further appealed for all citizens to maintain peace and harmony rather than panicking. “Don’t believe rumors or false news,” he concluded, emphasizing his plea for calm in times of uncertainty.
Punjab police have confirmed to media reports that Amritpal Singh had been arrested and taken to Dibrugarh in Assam. A special Indian Air Force plane transported four arrested individuals to Dibrugarh where they have since been lodged at the central jail of this eastern Assamese town.
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