Phillip Jablonski's childhood was a very unpleasant one, his father was an alcoholic, and beat his mother and sisters, sodomizing them also. Phillip was put in prison for a murder and was later released, only to go on a week long bloody murder rampage. He killed a female pen-pal that he met while in prison, he even killed his own mother in-law. He slit throats, sodomized, and even canabalized his victims, and performed sex on their dead bodies. He loved to watch the blood gush from his vicitims necks,and says his motto is "the only good women is a dead one"!
Jablonski, 47, is charged with the April 1991 mutilation slayings of four women, including his wife and her mother in Burlingame, while on parole for killing his third wife. He could face the death penalty if convicted. If he is found competent to stand trial, a different jury will decide whether he is guilty of the charges. Jablonski has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, a mental disorder that causes him to hear voices, said Jeff Boyarsky, his court-appointed attorney. ``He is not connected to reality,'' Boyarsky said. ``It is not enough to just sit there.'' But according to prosecutor Martin Murray, Jablonski's detached stares and occasional wide-eyed glances around the courtroom are part of a carefully planned act to manipulate the system and evade justice. Jablonski is charged with killing his wife, Carol Spadoni Jablonski, 47, and her mother, Eva Inge Peterson, 72, in their Burlingame home on April 23, 1991. The women were shot and sexually mutilated. Carol Spadoni married Jablonski on June 16, 1982, while he was serving a prison sentence for the 1979 murder of his third wife, Melinda Kimball. Jablonski also is charged with killing Fathyma Vann, 38, in Indio, about 25 miles from Palm Springs, the day before the double-murder. Vann was found shot and sexually mutilated in the desert with ``I love Jesus'' carved in her back. Jablonski is also charged with killing Margie Rogers, 58, during a $158 robbery in Grand County, Utah, on April 27, 1991. He was captured the next day at a rest stop in Kansas.