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1. "The Death Angel", also known as "The Black Angel", is an Argentinian serial killer. Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch was born in Buenos Aires in1952. He was convicted for 11 murders, one attempted murder, 17 robberies, one violation, one attempted rape, one count of sexual abuse, two kidnappings and two thefts. He was sentenced to life imprisonment to be served in a high-security jail. In 2008, Puch asked to be paroled. However, a judge denied his petition considering he is a threat to society. Despite how young he was when he started his criminal career, he became the most violent and cruel Argentinian serial killer. Did you know about him before this survey?

Yes
7%
124 votes
No
93%
1,782 votes
In the old days if you were a murderer, kid or adult, you were going to prison anyway. Now minors get in an out easily and get back into society to threaten people again without being punishedenough. Democracy was great in many aspects. It was complicated to appreciate any improvement regarding criminal control. Nowadays Argentina is threatened by many young criminals who do whatever they want and are back in the streets faster than the police completes their files. Human rights giving young people a second chance that fast seems to be a problem for those citizens who become their victims. Do you think that the law should be as hard on minors as it is on adults?

2. In the old days if you were a murderer, kid or adult, you were going to prison anyway. Now minors get in an out easily and get back into society to threaten people again without being punishedenough. Democracy was great in many aspects. It was complicated to appreciate any improvement regarding criminal control. Nowadays Argentina is threatened by many young criminals who do whatever they want and are back in the streets faster than the police completes their files. Human rights giving young people a second chance that fast seems to be a problem for those citizens who become their victims. Do you think that the law should be as hard on minors as it is on adults?

Yes
55%
1,051 votes
No
16%
306 votes
Undecided
29%
549 votes
Robledo Puch belonged to a middle class family. His father was an engineer. The kid used to go to church every Sunday. He was a boy scout. The perfect kid who was well educated and had a good life decided to switch to a criminal career saying

3. Robledo Puch belonged to a middle class family. His father was an engineer. The kid used to go to church every Sunday. He was a boy scout. The perfect kid who was well educated and had a good life decided to switch to a criminal career saying " you can't get to be 20 years old without a car or without money" so he thought it was much better to kill and assault others than working. His piano lessons, learning English and German were just a mask for his real personality. He even killed his victims while sleeping, shooting on their backs or not trying to defend themselves. His angel face had nothing to do with his personality. Can you mention any other young criminal who looked like a good kid? Please mention his/her name in the comments below.

Yes
10%
200 votes
No
90%
1,706 votes
Many criminals say that they are violent blaming their families for their actions. Robledo Puch's family was quite normal. There were no signs that showed he had anything negative coming from his family while growing up. Do you think that a violent environment while you are growing up determines how you behave in the future?

4. Many criminals say that they are violent blaming their families for their actions. Robledo Puch's family was quite normal. There were no signs that showed he had anything negative coming from his family while growing up. Do you think that a violent environment while you are growing up determines how you behave in the future?

Yes
25%
484 votes
No
34%
643 votes
Undecided
41%
779 votes
Cayetano Santos Godino (1896 – 1944), also known as

5. Cayetano Santos Godino (1896 – 1944), also known as "Petiso Orejudo" ("Big Eared Little Person"), was the first Argentinian serial killer who terrorized Buenos Aires at the age of 16. In the early 20th century, he was responsible for the murder of four children, the attempted murder of another seven children, and the arson of seven buildings. His father and mother were alcoholics and abusive. Starting in childhood, Godino killed cats and birds, and enjoyed playing with fire. His violent behavior and disinterest in education caused him to jump from school to school. When he was seven years old, Godino beat a two-year-old and threw him into a ditch. Many other episodes attempting to murder young boys and girls were registered (hit with stones, tried to choke kids with his belt, put people on fire, hammered nails on people's skulls, kidnapped kids giving them sweets, tried to kill inmates in the reformatory, etc) He died in 1944 in jail under strange circumstances. Do you know any other serial killer who started performing extremely violent crimes at such a young age? If you do, please give us more details in the comments below.

Yes
10%
197 votes
No
90%
1,709 votes
08/27/2015 News 1906 61 By: LBP

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