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20070109: Now, serial killer gang surfaces in Bihar Bihar Serial Killer News
He could well be Bihar's Moninder Singh Pandher. And the state police were blissfully unaware of it — till they arrested Subhodhan alias Laden on Sunday. Subhodhan has confessed to have kidnapped and killed at least nine persons, mostly children, from Patna and its adjoining areas. Subhodhan, arrested for possessing illegal arms, revealed to the police that he was a serial killer who chopped off the body of his prey into pieces even after spraying it with bullets. A resident of Sabani village of Bakhtiarpur, near Patna, the maniac executed his macabre act at a place in Gopalpur village of Nalanda district. In his confession to his interrogators, Subhodhan, 26, is learnt to have revealed his gang had a woman member as well who was used as a cover-up. In fact, his was a gang of 34. Most of them are already in jail. Sources said the police are desperately looking for his two accomplices, including Mukesh, a dismissed constable of Patna police. Of the nine, Subhodhan is admitted to have "lured" his "parties" before killing them. Four of them belonged to Patna and three to Saran district. Two other boys were also kidnapped by him from Sultanganj but they managed to escape. He had also picked up a photostat shop owner, Manoj, from the Gandhi Maidan area. "Even after receiving ransom, I shot him dead and later cut his body into pieces before burying the same at a place in Gopalpur village," he reportedly told Patna SSP Kundan Krishnan. Another victim, Pravesh Kumar of the Kankerbagh locality in Patna, met with the same fate. Pravesh's family members confirmed his killing after identifying a chopped hand and his clothes.
 

20070108: Bihar’s serial killer ‘Laden’ arrested Bihar Serial Killer News
With the nation yet to recover from the shock over the Nithari child slaughters, the Patna police have stumbled upon a serial killer, named Laden, who lured young people to parties organised by him and butchered them. Subodhan Kumar alias Laden, like his more infamous namesake, an icon for terrorists across the world, eluded the police for 11 long years before being caught yesterday from a place under Gandhi Maidan police station of Patna for illegal possession of firearms. The police said the 25-year-old Laden, a matriculate from Sandalpur village in Nalanda district, had confessed to killing at least nine people, including a Kashmiri, since plunging into the world of crime in 1995. Elaborating on the modus operandi of the gang, the officer-in-charge of the police station, Mr Mundrika Prasad said Laden used to approach young acquaintances of his target, develop friendship with them and invite them to a party where delicacies and liquor were aplenty. The victim was then shifted to Laden’s hideout from where the demand for ransom was placed. The victims, no matter whether they pay the ransom or not, were butchered. “In order to cover his tracks, he finished off his victims. Those who refused to cough up money naturally did not have even an outside chance,” he said. During interrogation, Laden revealed that he had kidnapped a 15-year-old boy Pravesh Kumar from Postal Park locality here in September. Pravesh had gone to Postal park with friends on September 17 from where after some merry-making he was taken to Laden’s hideout in Nalanda district. The gang then approached the boy’s parents for ransom which they refused to pay following which Laden killed the boy cutting his body into pieces. In order to verify Laden’s claim, a police team was sent to Harnaut where the dismembered body of the boy was found. So decomposed was the body that it could be identified by the family only from his dismembered hand and shirt, Mr Prasad told PTI. Laden was involved in ten cases of murder, loot and kidnapping with various police stations in Patna, Nalanda and Saran districts, Mr Prasad said. He said ten members of the gang of about 40 were already in jail. Laden was being interrogated.
 

20070108: Another serial killer held in Patna Patna Serial Killer News
After Nithari and Hyderabad, another serial killer was arrested in Bihar capital Patna, Sahara Samay sources said.

With the nation yet to recover from the shock over the Nithari child slaughters, Patna police have stumbled upon a serial killer, named Laden, who lured young people to parties organised by him and butchered them.

Subodhan Kumar alias Laden, like his more infamous namesake, an icon for terrorists across the world, eluded the police for 11 long years before being caught yesterday from a place under Gandhi Maidan police station of Patna for illegal possession of firearms.

Police said the 25-year-old Laden, a matriculate from Sandalpur village in Nalanda district, had confessed to killing at least two dozen people, including a Kashmiri, since plunging into the world of crime in 1995.

Elaborating on the modus operandi of the gang, the Officer-in-charge of the police station, Mundrika Prasad said Laden used to approach young acquaintances of his target, develop friendship with them and invite them to a party where delicacies and liquor were aplenty.

The victim was then shifted to Laden's hideout from where the demand for ransom was placed. The victims, no matter whether they pay the ransom or not, were butchered.

"In order to cover his tracks, he finished off his victims. Those who refused to cough up money naturally did not have even an outside chance," he said.

During interrogation, Laden revealed that he had kidnapped a 15-year-old boy Pravesh Kumar from Postal Park locality here in September.

Pravesh had gone to Postal park with friends on September 17 from where after some merry-making he was taken to Laden's hideout in Nalanda district. The gang then approached the boy's parents for ransom which they refused to pay following which Laden killed the boy cutting his body into pieces.

In order to verify Laden's claim, a police team was sent to Harnaut where the dismembered body of the boy was found. So decomposed was the body that it could be identified by the family only from his dismembered hand and shirt, Prasad told reporters.

Laden was involved in ten cases of murder, loot and kidnapping with various police stations in Patna, Nalanda and Saran districts, Prasad said.

He said ten members of the gang of about 40 were already in jail. Laden was being interrogated.
 


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