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Erich Hauert (born 1959) is a Swiss serial killer and sex offender. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for three murders, and his case had a significant impact on the treatment of dangerous sexual offenders and their legal provisions in Switzerland. As early as November 1, 1993, Hauert, who was convicted of eleven rapes and two sexually-charged murders, was arrested and later confessed to the crime. DNA analysis also provided further evidence to this. The detainee at the Regensdorf Detention Center had committed the crime while out on parole. Earlier, Hauert had raped and murdered a 26-year-old jogger in Thalwil near Lake Zürich in 1982, and a 72-year-old woman in Kaiseraugst a year later. After he was arrested in June 1983 after an attempted robbery, he was proven guilty, classified as “extremely dangerous” and sentenced to life imprisonment. In all the years he spent in prison Hauert’s sentence had been loosened successively, as he behaved harmlessly and was given a few holiday leaves to no complaints. On October 29, 1993, the Zürich Department of Justice approved another short leave for Hauert, and just a day later, he killed Brumann.<SNIP> LINK

These homies don’t roll with niggers. Racists.

January 11th, 2021

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