Argentinian police are investigating the 2006 murder and mutilation of a 12-year-old homeless boy in northeastern Corrientes believed to be the work of satanic cults.
The case against the West Memphis Three appears to have been more about rushed police work and hyped-up paranoia over non-existent Satanism than evidence. The suspects were just unfortunate to be social outcasts and to like rock music.
Michael Sirois’ murder of two Christians he hated in 2004 was not likely the result of any satanic beliefs he held, a University of Waterloo professor said yesterday.
“The murders were not committed for the sake of the murder, rather they are typical of a cult-inspired ritual. Everything we found in the suspect’s house points to that conclusion,” Lukovic’ said.
Police found what they described as satanic cult literature while searching the suspect’s house. Manuals on body dismemberment were also discovered, unofficial sources say.
A man was arrested Saturday on suspicion that he killed a 5-year-old boy and his uncle and dismembered them in a satanic ritual, Serbian police said.
A trial is underway Tuesday in a Miami-Dade courtroom for a self-proclaimed Satanic worshipper who recently found God.
Lazaro Galindo, accused murderer and reformed Satanist, told a Miami-Dade jury Tuesday that he was really just a normal teenager seven years ago when prosecutors say he killed his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.
Lazaro Galindo — accused killer, amateur attorney and until today a proclaimed Satanist — told a Miami-Dade Circuit judge today that he recently found God and was abandoning his plan to don special Satanic garb in court.
Bulgaria’s Satanists will demand their sect to be recognized and promulgated as an official religion by the Bulgarian Directorate on Ecclesiastical Matters, Standart newspaper reported Monday.