Murder of A Hooker...

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  1. Airbornemama

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    Jane Doe” was found in a secondary crime scene, as many murdered young women tend to be. On*New Year’s Day 1991, a cyclist riding in the Sydney suburb of Arncliffe around 7am noticed a large object lying on a grassy verge beside the road. It was encased in plastic garbage bags. He doubled back as curiosity got the better of him. And it was only when he approached the bag he noticed the atrocious smell and noticed a tear in the bag and though that he saw a human jaw. Managing not to vomit, the cyclist left the scene to alert police.*She was wrapped in garbage bags and simply dumped on the side of the road. That told police this locale was not where the girl had died. Instead she’d been murdered elsewhere and dumped here. The body was decomposing. Her legs were bent at the knees with her feet all the way up to her behind.

    Massive bloodstains to her head and top were made from an obvious gash in the top of her head. She had a wad of newspaper in her mouth. The newspaper would have suffocated her if the strangulation hadn’t finished her off. A deep, dark ligature mark surrounded her throat.This woman had been married perhaps as she wore a wedding band. The blow to the head caused “incapacitation followed by ligature strangulation.” This guy was determined to do away with Jane Doe. The final analysis was death by suffocation and ligature strangulation. Since both are cited as the cause of death this suggests to me that either one of these methods could have killed the victim and the coroner couldn’t be 100% which killed her first.
    She was found during the Christmas holidays, making the police confident they would find her killer. Family and friends are frequently in touch with one another during the holidays.

    They released a montage entitled 8 Faces of Jane Doe asking the public for their help. Did you know a significant number of murder cases rely heavily on tips from the public? Tips don’t necessarily solve them but they point police in the right direction. Who knew? As they sifted through hundreds of photographs and files of missing young women, by coincidence, the police were able to reunite three young women with their families. Women’s magazines printed JD’s picture in colour, bringing a more 3-dimensional look to the photograph. A phone call came in identifying the woman as Viviane. Viviane was a stripper in the rowdy Kings Cross Area where Viviane lived. Police found the rental agreement and discovered the tenant had signed her name “Viviane Ruiz.” Now they had a name for their victim. Viviane had set her sights on traveling to Europe so she also worked as a prostitute. This was the reason it took so long to identify Viviane. She had told various friends she was going to Europe during the Christmas holidays with her boyfriend. Ergo, no one was looking for her.
    Now the focus was on Viviane’s boyfriend, a handsome man named Richard White. White’s name was also on the rental lease. White was a bodybuilder and a user of both steroids and speed and he dealt amphetamine, a deadly combination but not for White. White was a massive man, and he frequently beat Viviane when they fought and that was often. They struck one another. It was a volatile relationship. Still it was small wonder that they met. White liked prostitutes. He hung around them, often talking about sex and wasting their time. That Viviane was a prostitute turned him on. It was inevitable that this dreadful man and unfortunate lifestyle would seal Viviane’s fate.

    Just before the couple was to leave for Europe, they fought, he hit Viviane over the head, possibly with a baseball bat, strangled her to death, then believing she might still be alive, stuffed newspaper into her throat. He stored the body in his parent’s cellar before dumping it.

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