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Peter Kudzinowski

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Peter Kudzinowski (13. august 1903 – 21. december 1929) var en seriemorder som begik sine forbrydelser I New Jersey i USA. .

Peter Kudzinowski
Personlig information
Født Peter Kudzinowski
13. august 1903(1903-08-13)
Dickson City, Pennsylvania
Død 21. december 1929 (26 år)
TrentonRediger på Wikidata
Dødsårsag Elektrisk stol
Kriminalitet
Antal ofre 3
Periode 1924 til 1928
Straf dødsstraf
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MordeneRediger

Kudzinowski myrdede tre personer:

  • Harry Ouinn ved Scranton i 1924.
  • Joseph Storella (1921 – 1928). (Kudzinowski overfaldt to andre børn samme sted, men de slap væk).

Han mødte Joseph på First Avenue i New York City omkring klokken 17:30. Han tog Joseph med hen for at se en film, og derefter tog han ham med Port Authority Trans-Hudson toget til Journal Square i Jersey City i New Jersey for derefter at tage ham med til sumpene i Secaucus. Da Joseph prøvede at slippe væk, slog Kudzinowski han ned og slog ham flere gange. Eftersom han var bange for at drengens skrig ville tiltrække opmærksomhed fra forbipasserende biler, skar han halsen over på ham og dækkede liget med drengens frakke og gik derfra.


  • Julia Mlodzianowski (1923-1928) boede på Gilchrist Street i Jersey City og var på en skoleudflugt den 28. august ved Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, da hun blev myrdet.

Kudzinowski var mistænkt for mordet på Billy Gaffney, som blev myrdet i 1927. Albert H. Fish tilstod senere mordet.

Begge myrdede inden for samme tidsramme, i samme geografiske område og begge myrdede børn. Han var også mistænkt I forbindelse med mordet på Irving Pickelny som forsvandt fra Brooklyn I februar 1927.

Kudzinowski blev pågrebet i Detroit i Michigan og tilstod og blev bragt til Jersey City for at blive stillet for en domstol. Han blev fundet skyldig i mord den 17. november 1928 og den 24. februar 1929 blev han dømt til henrettelse i New Jersey Stats Fængsel.

Den 21. december 1929 blev Kudzinowski henrettet i den elektriske stol i Trenton, New Jersey.

Se ogsåRediger

KilderRediger

  • New York Times; December 8, 1928; Tried to Lure Two, Boy's Slayer Says; Miner Admits He Sought to Get Small Girl and Boy on East Side to Go With Him. Due Here Tomorrow. Storella Lad's Body Brought Home for Burial Tomorrow. Grand Jury Sits, Indictment Reported. Peter Kudzinowski, whose confession in Detroit led Jersey City detectives to the body of Joseph Storella, 7 years old, who was lured from Manhattan on November 17 and killed on the meadows near Secaucus, New Jersey, admitted yesterday that he had tried to lure two other children before he met the Storella boy.
  • New York Times; December 11, 1928; Slayer Confesses to Third Murder; Kudzinowski, Prisoner in Jersey City, Admits He Strangled a 5-Year-Old Girl. Clears up Old Mystery. Indicted for Killing Storelli Boy. Mother Berates Son as Police Question Him. Peter Kudzinowski, confessed murderer of a 5-year-old boy and a man, admitted early this morning having committed a third murder, that of a 5-year-old girl, at Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, last August.
  • New York Times; December 12, 1928, Wednesday; Slayer Re-Enacts his Third Murder; Kudzonowski Shows Police Spot at Lake Hopatcong Where He Killed 5-Year-Old Girl. Her Body Sought in River. He Declares He Threw it Into the Delaware From a Moving Freight Train. Unnerved While Confessing. Hunt Body in River. Fail to Find Body of Quinn. After being questioned by Jersey City police and Mayor Frank Hague until 4 o'clock yesterday morning, Peter Kudzinowski signed a confession telling how on the afternoon of August 19 he had lured Julia Mlodzianowski, 5 years old, into the woods near Lake Hopatcong, murdered and ...
  • New York Times; January 12, 1929, Saturday; Finds Boy's Slayer in an Hour; Jury Returns Verdict of First Degree Murder Against Confessed Kidnapper. Kudzinowski Is Unmoved. Imposition of Death Penalty Set for Wednesday. Counsel Say They Will Appeal. After sixty-three minutes' deliberation yesterday the jury before Judge Egan in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, Jersey City, returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree without a recommendation against Peter Kudzinowski, 26-year-old railroad section hand, who confessed to the kidnapping and murder ...
  • New York Times; December 21, 1929, Saturday; Slayer of Boy Dies in Electric Chair; Kudzinowski Put to Death in Trenton for Killing Joseph Storelli, 7, of This City.