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Oct 11 2017 : copyright The Times of India (Bangalore)
15-year-old boy rapes minor schoolmate in Hassan village; nabbed along with friend
Hassan:
TIMES NEWS NETWORK
A minor girl was raped allegedly by a 15-yearold boy , when she was returning home on Sunday afternoon in a village in Alur taluk. The main accused and his friend, aged 12, were arrested and a hunt is on to nab the third accused, a 11-year-old boy .

“The main accused, a class X student, allegedly sexually assaulted the girl. Two of his friends allegedly helped him.The 14-year-old girl, a class IX student, and the boys were studying in the same school,“ police said. “All the three boys were playing in the school ground on Sunday afternoon.The girl was returning home when friends of the main accused stopped her. The two boys forced the girl to accept the main accused as her boyfriend. When she refused, they threatened her. When some villagers saw them fight, all the four fled and entered an abandoned house near the ground where the accused allegedly raped her,“ police said.

“The incident came to light on Monday morning when the girl broke down and informed her parents about the incident. Based on the complaint filed by the girl’s parents, we registered a rape case and immediately nabbed the main accused and his friend.

“After registering the FIR, both were sent to Bala Mandir.We have launched a search operation to nab the 11-year-old boy , who is the third accused in the case,“ said Sakleshpur rural inspector Venkatesh.

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Women who kill: The story behind India’s first woman serial killer

[Book extract] KD Kempamma, aka ‘Cyanide Mallika’, was motivated purely by greed and the desire for better material comfort.

Pinky Anand

PINKY ANAND, dailyo.in

The idea that women, who are usually only regarded as caregivers and nurturers, can kill in cold blood is difficult to accept in Indian society. Despite the belief that murders are mostly male-perpetrated, women are often also culprits, killing with the same heartlessness as a male killer. As is the case with other aspects of life, it is often seen that the motivations of women killers are different from their male peers. While a large number of male criminals are driven by sadism, sex, violence and lust, women’s motivations are found to be mostly economic in nature. Motives that are common to both genders are greed and mental imbalance.

Time and again we come across crimes so heinous that it is difficult for the public to believe that women, who we often wrongly embody as only mothers, sisters or wives, ie, mostly in compassionate, care-giving roles, can be a part of them. Of course, the truth is that gender has nothing to do with a person’s ability to commit crimes.

According to the cases that have presented themselves, women usually target people whom they know or who are primary caregivers too. Statistics the world over show that women mostly kill people they are close to, or will first get close to people and then kill them. Their crimes are also more carefully thought out and planned meticulously, which is why it becomes possible to often escape with less punishment by the judiciary.

trials-of-truth_011018022159.jpgTrials of Truth: India’s Landmark Criminal Cases. [Photo: Penguin Random House]

Cyanide Mallika

In our quest to understand the motivations of serial killers, we cannot possibly ignore the motive of greed. KD Kempamma, India’s first female serial killer, was one such person, motivated purely by greed and the desire for better material comfort.

Kempamma, a 45-year-old at the time of her arrest, was given the moniker “Cyanide Mallika” as she killed multiple people in and around Bangalore in cold blood using potassium cyanide.

Mallika preyed on vulnerable women, souls seeking peace in the city’s temples. Often, these women were childless or facing marital problems, and were deeply religious, looking towards the divine for help. In a cruel twist of fate, their deliverance came in the form of death, dealt by the hand of a kindly looking, middle-aged woman who promised them that she could give them what they sought; she would claim to be skilled in the art of performing pujas and that she could make possible the miracles these desperate women were hoping for.

After gaining the victims’ confidence, Mallika would ask them to come dressed in expensive clothes and jewellery for the alleged rituals. The victim would then be taken to a desolate spot near the temple. Once there, Mallika would start the puja; she would ask her victims to close their eyes, forcibly pushing cyanide powder mixed with either food or drink into their mouths. Mallika carried out several such coldblooded murders over the course of nine years in temples across Bangalore.

When Mallika was finally nabbed at a bus stand, she was in possession of cash and jewellery taken from some of the deceased. She also admitted to being guilty when her plea was recorded.

cyanide_011018022234.jpgCyanide Mallika. [Photo: Indiatoday.in]

Cyanide Mallika is still a mystery. While we often try to justify the cruel nature of crimes by looking into the past to find something that went woefully wrong during the killers’ formative years, the early life of Cyanide Mallika provides no clues, as there is little or no information about that time. However, on a bare reading of the facts surrounding the murders, one would think that the motivation for her committing the crimes was nothing but money. She asked her victims to come dressed in their best clothes and jewellery, which she would pocket after killing them and fleeing the crime scene. Even the police stated in Mallika’s trial that she had committed the murders for the purpose of robbery and had no psychopathic tendencies.

As a young girl, Mallika was married to a tailor of modest means, but a simple life was apparently not her cup of tea. Deeply ambitious, she craved the luxuries of money and in her own words wanted a “better life and material wealth”. Even if Mallika’s motive for committing the murders might have been the lure of wealth, her genesis as a criminal may lie in the early part of her life.

Prior to the killings, Mallika had a chit fund that failed after a short while, after which she left her family and worked several low-paying jobs as a domestic help and an assistant to a goldsmith. It was probably during this time that she realised that crime was a way into wealth. The economic difficulty of her situation might be construed to be a reason for her criminal acts.

Her last victim, Nagaveni, proved to be her undoing; the police went after the mysterious killer who was preying on women around temples, little realising that that killer was a harmless-looking 45-year-old woman.

This case was in direct contrast to our traditional thinking that women resort to gruesome crimes only when forced to, or under extreme circumstances that deeply affected the psyche. These cases seem to defy the traditional gender roles and the way we perceive them. The idea that women can kill seems to be a difficult one to digest for our conscience, but a mere look at these instances proves the opposite.

[Excerpted with permissions of Penguin Random House from Trials of Truth: India’s Landmark Criminal Cases; written by Pinky Anand and Gauri Goburdhan]

 

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