Jeffrey Dahmer

(redirected from Konerak Sinthasomphone)
A prolific serial killer and sex offender (1960–1994) who raped, tortured and murdered 17 men and boys, dismembering them and eating parts of their bodies. Dahmer’s killing career began in 1978, but most of the murders occurred from 1987–1991
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CASE NOTES: Konerak Sinthasomphone, 14, escaped from Dahmer's flat.
1257, 1257-58 (1997) (discussing the now-infamous episode in which three white police officers who discovered fourteen-year-old Konerak Sinthasomphone running down the street naked in an attempt to flee from Jeffrey Dahmer, returned him to Dahmer's custody after Dahmer informed them that "Konerak's name was 'John Hmong,' that he was 19 years old, that they were lovers, and that Konerak had drank too much and wandered naked into the street while Dahmer was out getting more beer"): Rus Ervin Funk, Men Who Are Raped: A Profeminist Perspective, in SCARCE.
Dahmer's trial closes, 1992 The man who brought Dahmer's evil to light: Tracy Edwards in 1991 Konerak Sinthasomphone, 14, was butchered after fleeing Interior of flat where Dahmer killed victims A crowd outside building where Dahmer lived, 1991 A freezer which held body parts is taken by police Christopher Scarver - killed Dahmer in jail Dahmer's sketch of a temple he planned to build from body parts