Rabbit: That’s not fair he probably died happy, what a bastard
Javed Iqbal kept a meticulous diary detailing his slaughter of 100 young boys. He strangled each of the victims and dissolved their bodies in vats of acid, which he then poured into the drains. The police in Lahore, Pakistan, had been investigating the disappearance of the children when Iqbal wrote a letter to the police, confessing to sexually abusing the boys and then murdering them. Iqbal’s surrender came after two accomplices were arrested when trying to cash travellers’ cheques belonging to him. His motive, he alleged, was the treatment he had received at the hands of the police when he had been questioned in the early 1990s for raping small boys. The court in January 2000 sentenced him to be strangled and his body dissolved in acid. He commited suicide on October 8, 2001 in his cell.
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