Serial killer sentenced to death penalty in Iran
A serial killer who committed crimes in the Iranian city of Qazvin, was sentenced to death penalty six times, spokesperson of Qazvin court Mazahir Mehralian said, the Iranian news agency FARS reported.
This man killed six women by the same method. "He was charged under articles 206, 219, 264, 661, 667 and 47 of the Islamic law. This man was sentenced to death penalty six times, 24 months' imprisonment and 74 lashes. He is obliged to return the stolen things," Mehralian said.
His first murder he committed in 2006, by killing a 32-year-old woman. The rest women aged 50-70 were killed in 2008-2009, Mazahir Mehralian said.