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Dorothea Puente Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house for the elderly in Sacramento, CA for years in the s before it was discovered she was skimming. Kenneth Alessio Bianchi ist ein amerikanischer Serienmörder, Entführer und Vergewaltiger. Er ist auch bekannt für die Hillside Strangler-Morde zusammen mit seinem Cousin Angelo Buono Jr. sowie für die Ermordung von zwei weiteren Frauen in. This Pin was discovered by Caitlin Marvel. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.

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Kenneth Alessio Bianchi ist ein amerikanischer Serienmörder, Entführer und Vergewaltiger. Er ist auch bekannt für die Hillside Strangler-Morde zusammen mit seinem Cousin Angelo Buono Jr. sowie für die Ermordung von zwei weiteren Frauen in. Die Serienmörder Kenneth Alessio Bianchi (* Mai in Rochester) und Angelo Buono (* 5. Oktober in Rochester; † September im. The Hillside Stranglers: Angelo Buono and Kenneth Bianchi (True Crime Series Book 12) (English Edition) eBook: Alexander, Andrew: watershapes.eu Kenneth Bianchi & Angelo Buono: Zwischen 19wurden in den Hollywood-Hügeln entlang einer Ausfallstraße von Los Angeles zehn Leichen. Bianchi, Kenneth & Buono, Angelo. 19wurden in Los Angeles und Bellingham zwölf junge Frauen im Alter von 12 bis 28 vergewaltigt und ermordet. Bianchi oder bei Personen, die ein Bedürfnis nach der Einnahme der Patientenrolle haben) relativ selten sind. Kenneth Bianchi, der sogenannte „ Hillside. Kenneth Alessio Bianchi (* Mai in London) ist ein US-amerikanischer Serienmörder, Entführer und Vergewaltiger. Er ist auch.

Kenneth Bianchi

Bianchi, Kenneth & Buono, Angelo. 19wurden in Los Angeles und Bellingham zwölf junge Frauen im Alter von 12 bis 28 vergewaltigt und ermordet. Kenneth Alessio Bianchi (* Mai in London) ist ein US-amerikanischer Serienmörder, Entführer und Vergewaltiger. Er ist auch. Dorothea Puente Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house for the elderly in Sacramento, CA for years in the s before it was discovered she was skimming.

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Am Kenneth Alessio Bianchi In der Nähe von Buonos Haus fand man am 5. Frances beschrieb ihn als "faul" und seine Lehrer behaupteten, dass er unter seiner Kapazität arbeite. Kenneth Bianchi Kenneth Bianchi Er hatte viele Verhaltensprobleme und war anfällig für Wutanfälle. Alle Frauen, mit Ausnahme des ersten Opfers, brachten sie in Buono's Werkstatt, wo die Opfer gefoltert, vergewaltigt und getötet wurden. Lauren Faust Hawk - Skateboarden Am Vodafon Support wurde aus der Haft entlassen. Ihre Körper zersetzten sich bereits, aber es konnte festgestellt werden, dass beide vergewaltigt und zu Turok 2 Remastered erwürgt worden waren. Im Juni Blade Runner 2045 Bianchi wegen fünffachen Mordes angeklagt. In return, Bianchi was to agree to testify truthfully and fully against Angelo Buono. The other book, Hillside Strangler by Ted Schwarz, is Margaret Rutherford Kinder more focused on the personality and mental problems of Kenneth Hamilton Film. Kenny could be called a lot of bad things, but stupid wasn't one of them. Then in mid-February, there was another victim. Once his claims were subjected to this scrutiny, Bianchi eventually admitted that he had been faking the disorder. So when three women were Säure Englisch strangled and dumped naked on hillsides northeast of the city between October and early November ofvery few people lost sleep over it. Angelo was arrested on October 22,shortly after Kenny described his cousin's involvement in the crimes. However, Bianchi would later be found responsible for several murders on his own. On the night when the duo tried to abduct an eleventh victim, the Kenneth Bianchi got into a heated argument during which Bianchi revealed that he had been questioned in the Hillside Strangler case. This Pin was discovered by Caitlin Marvel. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Dorothea Puente Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house for the elderly in Sacramento, CA for years in the s before it was discovered she was skimming. Er wurde zu lebenslanger Haft verurteilt und war der Hauptbelastungszeuge in dem folgenden Prozess in Elena Lietti Angeles gegen Buono. So konnten sie ihre Opfer ohne Gegenwehr in ihr Auto locken. Januar lockte Bianchi als Sicherheitsbeamter zwei Studentinnen in ein Haus, das er bewachte. Dezember auf 20 15 Uhr Im Tv verlassenen Grundstück gefunden. Dort verübte er auch zwei weitere Morde. In der Nähe von Buonos Haus fand man am 5. Sie experimentierten mit anderen Tötungsmethoden wie tödlicher Injektionelektrischem Schlag und Kohlenmonoxidvergiftung.

One of them, Kristina Weckler, tried to ignore his advances, but others were more receptive. He moved in with Kelli Boyd, a woman he had met at work.

In May of , she told him she was expecting his child. He wanted to marry Kelli, but she was not sure that she wanted to accept the offer.

While Kenny was very kind to her, he had some serious faults. He was very jealous, he was immature and he lied. Kenny lost his job over some pot that was found in his desk, but he was able to get another similar job in downtown L.

He and Kelli moved to an apartment at Tamarind Avenue in Hollywood. As a sideline, Kenny had set himself up as a psychologist with a phony degree and set of credentials that he had fraudulently obtained.

He rented some office space from an unsuspecting legitimate psychologist. Fortunately, very few people came to see him for help.

When Kelli found out about the counseling service, she was angry. During October and December of , the city of Los Angeles was panicked by news of the Hillside Strangler, but this had little effect on the relationship of Kelli and Kenny.

When Kenny started coughing and having difficulty breathing, Kelli insisted that he go to a doctor. He told her that he had lung cancer and was going to have to take radiation and chemotherapy to save his life.

It was a lie. Kelli was traumatized by the news, but did her best to keep his spirits up. Kenny started to miss work because he claimed that the therapy was making him ill.

One day when he was home sick from work, detectives came to question him about one of the Strangler murders that may have taken place in his apartment building.

The detectives were favorably impressed with Bianchi and did not consider him a suspect. Ken asked to participate in LAPD's ride-along program, which let civilians go along in patrol cars as a kind of community education program.

Ken did nothing but talk about the Strangler murders. The relationship between Kenny and Kelli became tense. She would often go to stay with her brother, but would always go back to Kenny.

In February, their son Sean was born. For awhile, things were better between them, but the old problems surfaced once again. Ted Schwartz in The Hillside Strangler summarizes how Kelli viewed the difficulties: "Ken was irresponsible about work and about money.

He would goof off, going over to play cards with Angelo after calling in sick. He owned a used Cadillac, then couldn't make the payments.

She had hoped that the baby would cause him to have a sense of purpose, to encourage him to change his ways, but it didn't. Everything was a hustle.

People had no depth, no values, no integrity. Ken did. He was a very moral man, yet he was young and easily influenced by others.

He desperately wanted approval, and apparently he didn't get it from just doing his job and following the work ethic. Whatever the case, Kelli realized that they were finished in that city.

Kelli went back home to Bellingham to start over. Her parents and old friends were there to help. Ken was devastated by the decision.

Once again, his woman abandoned him. Once she was gone, he wrote to her constantly. Finally, she agreed to give him another chance and he drove to Bellingham in May of The police in Los Angeles released a photo of Bianchi to the news media and received a call from a lawyer named David Wood.

Buono was an ugly man in his forties with dyed black hair, poor teeth and a nose that dominated his face. The detectives had a strong hunch that this Angelo character was the other Hillside Strangler.

Angelo Buono is an ugly man physically, emotionally and intellectually. He is coarse, vulgar, selfish, ignorant and sadistic. He was also a big hit with the ladies and called himself the "Italian Stallion.

He was born in Rochester, New York, on October 5, When his mother and father got a divorce, he moved with Jenny, his mother and his older sister, Cecilia, to the south part of Glendale, California, in His mother supported the family by doing piecework in a shoe factory.

Angelo was brought up Catholic, but neither his religion nor his public education had much impact on him. He remained uneducated throughout his life, spiritually, morally and academically.

Despite his need for sex and the practicality of occasionally being decent to a woman in order to get as much as he needed, he has a deep loathing for women and a desire to humiliate and injure them.

He called his mother a "cunt" and a "whore" to her face, but was emotionally tied to her until her death in Even as a fourteen-year-old, he boasted to his friends about raping and sodomizing girls.

It's not surprising that Angelo got in trouble with the law. He was sent to the Paso Robles School for Boys after he was convicted for grand theft auto.

His proclaimed hero and role model was the notorious rapist, Caryl Chessman. The red light he had attached to his car enabled him to con lovers parked in the hills of Los Angeles into opening their car windows and doors to him.

They took him for a policeman. Showing a. To Angelo he was a heroic combination of guts and brains. Angelo knocked up a girl from his high school girl in and married her.

He left her less than a week later. Geraldine Vinal gave birth to Michael Lee Buono in Angelo refused to give her a cent for his support and refused to let the boy call him Dad.

Angelo was in jail again for car theft when Michael was born. In , Mary filed for divorce because of his violence and perverse sexual needs, plus she got tired of always being called a cunt.

Darcy O'Brien recounts a night in their first year together when Angelo tied Mary spread-eagled to the bedposts and raped her so violently she was afraid that he was going to kill her.

But Angelo was not a man to be denied. Although he never drank, he beat and kicked her when she failed to please him, and far from caring whether the children witnessed the beatings, he seemed to want them to watch.

Angelo again successfully avoided paying any child support and Mary went on welfare to feed the children. She went to see Angelo about reconciliation, but he handcuffed her, shoved a gun to her stomach and threatened to kill her.

That was the last time she thought about reconciliation with Angelo. In , Angelo started to live with a year-old mother of two children named Nanette Campina.

With Nanette, he had Tony in and Sam in She was treated just as well as Mary was, but she stayed with him because he made it clear that he would kill her if she didn't.

By , Nanette decided to risk everything to get away from Angelo, who had begun to abuse her fourteen-year-old daughter. Angelo bragged to his friends that he'd raped his stepdaughter and then turned her over to his sons for their pleasure.

True or not, Nanette took her children and left the state for good. In , Angelo married Deborah Taylor on a whim, but they never lived together and never got around to getting a divorce.

By , Angelo had built himself a reasonable reputation as an auto upholsterer. He bought a place at East Colorado Street for his residence and his upholstery shop.

He had no use for employees, so the new place gave him the privacy to do any horrible thing he wanted. He was cocky, independent, direct and very, very much in-charge.

He became a magnet for teenage girls in the neighborhood. In late , when Cousin Kenny arrived, he found Angelo with dyed black hair, gold chains around his neck, a large gaudy turquoise ring on his finger, red silk underwear and a virtual harem of jailbait girls.

Angelo provided a strong role model for the easy-going Kenny. He taught Kenny how to get a whore free by flashing a badge in her face after he got what he wanted.

When Kenny was short of money, Angelo came up with the idea of getting some girls to work for them as prostitutes. Kenny's charm could be used to recruit the girls and Angelo's connections could be used to get the customers.

Two teenage runaways, Sabra Hannan and Becky Spears fell under their influence. Once under their control, the girls were forced to prostitute themselves or be subjected to severe physical punishment.

They were virtually being held prisoner. Eventually, Becky happened to meet lawyer David Wood, who was appalled at their plight and arranged for her to escape from the city.

When Angelo understood what happened, he threatened David Wood. Wood had one of his clients -- a mountain of a man -- call on Angelo to gently persuade him not to threaten Wood any more.

It worked. Emboldened by Becky's escape, Sabra ran away from Angelo and Kenny a short time later. With his pimping income gone, Kenny missed payments on his Cadillac, which was eventually repossessed.

They had to find more teenage girls. Impersonating police officers, they tried to abduct one girl until they found out that she was Catherine Lorre, the daughter of Actor Peter Lorre.

Eventually they found a young woman and installed her in Sabra's old bedroom. Also, they bought from a prostitute named Deborah Noble a "trick list" with names of men who frequented prostitutes.

Deborah and her friend, Yolanda Washington, delivered the trick list to Angelo in October of Yolanda happened to mention to Angelo that she always worked on a certain stretch of Sunset Boulevard.

When Angelo and Kenny found that Deborah had deceived them about the list, they decided to take out their rage on Yolanda, since they didn't know how to find Deborah Noble.

Now all of Angelo's and Kenny's kills were being immortalized in Kenny's Bellingham jail song. Kenny could be called a lot of bad things, but stupid wasn't one of them.

Locked up in the Whatcom County Jail in Bellingham, he had lots of time and motivation to use his gray cells. Already an accomplished liar, he convinced Dean Brett, the lawyer appointed by the court to represent him, he was suffering from amnesia.

Brett was so concerned about Kenny trying to commit suicide that he had a psychiatric social worker called in to talk to Kenny.

The psychiatric social worker could not comprehend how such a mild-mannered, considerate person could have strangled two women unless he was suffering from a multiple personality disorder.

Kenny got the message and crafted a wonderful scam, using his sprinkling of psychology from college and whatever he gleaned from seeing the movie classic, The Three Faces of Eve, years before.

Then Kenny really got lucky. The movie Sybil, another story of multiple personalities, was being shown on television just before Kenny was to be interviewed by Dr.

John G. Watkins, an expert on multiple personalities and amnesia. This was the first step in an insanity defense, so Salerno and Finnegan caught a plane to Washington State.

Kenny was very well prepared for his performance. Shortly after Dr. Watkins believed that he had hypnotized Kenny, Kenny went into his evil persona routine.

Steve also made Kenny strangle the two women in Bellingham. Despite Kenny's preparations, he slipped up a number of times when he was pretending to be Steve and referred to Steve as "he" when it should have been "I.

Watkins did not seem to notice. Dismayed that Dr. Watkins was completely falling for Kenny's act, Salerno called Grogan to tell him what was going on.

Grogan answered, "Okay, I got a great idea. The judge says to Bianchi, 'Mr. Bianchi, I tell you what I'm going to do. I am going to let Ken off.

Ken is acquitted. But Steve gets the chair. Distressing as it was for the detectives to watch Kenny create this insanity defense, it did have the advantage of implicating Angelo.

Later, Salerno presented a photo lineup to Markust Camden, the man who had seen Judy Miller get into a car the night she died.

He picked out Angelo from the photo lineup immediately, but did not recognize Kenny. The only downside to this positive identification was that Markust had checked himself into a mental hospital for depression -- something that a defense lawyer would use to try to discredit Markust's testimony.

Grogan had a similar experience when he showed the photo lineups to Beulah Stofer, the woman who had seen Lauren Wagner abducted. She selected Bianchi and Buono right away.

When Bianchi's lawyer indicated that Dr. Watkins's testimony would be the basis for Kenny filing a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity, the court brought in additional expertise.

Ralph B. Allison, a psychiatrist who was expert on the subject of multiple personalities, talked with Kenny. Allison was even more taken in than Dr.

Watkins was by Kenny's now-practiced performance. According to Darcy O'Brien, Dr. Allison seemed to be frightened by the threatening persona of Steve that Kenny created for him.

Salerno thought the name of Kenny's evil persona sounded familiar. In going through Kenny's papers, they found it.

Thomas Steven Walker was the name on a letter Bianchi had signed to apply for a California State University diploma that he would use to fraudulently offer psychological counseling services.

The prosecution had no intention of letting Kenny get away with his insanity defense. Martin T. Orne, a major authority on hypnosis, was called upon to determine if Kenny was faking.

Orne had developed procedures by which he could determine whether a subject was actually hypnotized or was just pretending to be.

Kenny's responses to three out of four tests proved that he was faking. Orne had another little trap for Kenny. He told Kenny that there might be a problem with the diagnosis of multiple personalities.

Orne told him. Usually, there were three and often, many more than that. Orne wanted to establish that Kenny was reacting to cues and clues thrown out by doctors.

If Kenny was faking multiple personality disorder, he would find a way to invent a third personality. Not one to disappoint the doctor, Kenny had been listening closely and quickly invented a new persona named Billy.

Soon there were two new additional personalities to please Dr. Kenny's head was getting crowded. The prosecution also brought in Dr.

Saul Faerstein to interview Kenny. Faerstein did nothing to coddle Kenny and Kenny became worried that his performance was not playing to a receptive audience this time.

When Dean Brett presented the findings of Drs. Watkins and Allison to support Kenny's insanity defense, the prosecution brought forward Drs.

Orne and Faerstein, both of whom stated that Kenneth Bianchi was competent to stand trial. If he pled guilty to the Washington murders and to some of the Hillside stranglings, he would get life with the possibility of parole and he would be able to serve his time in California, where the prisons were supposedly more humane than in Washington.

In return, Bianchi was to agree to testify truthfully and fully against Angelo Buono. For Bianchi, the choice was between death in Washington or life in California.

Kenny agreed. Now the Los Angeles detectives got a crack at him to see if he would provide credible testimony. A number of investigators, including L.

County deputy district attorney Roger Kelly, participated in the interviews. They all hoped that the interviews would produce information that would help convict Angelo.

In California at that time, a person could not be convicted only on the testimony of an accomplice. However, if other evidence confirmed the accomplice's testimony, it could be used for conviction.

Kenny described how he and Angelo pretended to be policemen. They had fake badges to support that charade. With the victims who were prostitutes, it was surprisingly easy for them to convince the victims to get in the car.

The "nice" girls were much harder to manipulate. An important moment in these interviews came when Salerno asked Kenny what type of material was used to blindfold Judy Miller.

Kenny thought it was foam that Angelo used in his auto upholstery business. The little piece of fluff that Salerno had found on the dead girl's eyelids could be just the kind of corroborating evidence they needed to nail Angelo.

Salerno also found out that the hillside dump sites for the victims was selected because Angelo was familiar with that area since one of his girlfriends had lived around there.

The investigators also learned about their attempt to pick up Peter Lorre's daughter. Kenny went on and on, describing each murder in detail as though it was cocktail conversation.

There was no remorse and any concern about the victims as human beings. He answered the mystery of the long, torturous death of Kristina Weckler by gas asphyxiation.

This murder was so horrible that even Kenny didn't want to talk about it. There may have been marks on her neck because there was a cord put around her neck with a bag and tied to make more complete sealing.

Eventually, the reality of his situation dawned on him and Kenny looked to place the blame on someone else.

His lawyer, armed with the evidence against him, convinced Kenny that he had no choice but to admit his guilt and accept punishment.

Kenny was ordered to serve two life sentences in the state of Washington. He was immediately transferred to California where he was sentenced to additional life terms.

He was looking at thirty-five years in California prisons and additional time in Washington. Angelo was arrested on October 22, , shortly after Kenny described his cousin's involvement in the crimes.

Bob Grogan had the pleasure of arresting Angelo. Later, they found Angelo's wallet, which clearly showed the outline of the police badge he had used to get his victims to cooperate with him.

But the prosecutorial environment in California was going against bringing Angelo to trial. The DA had dropped the five California murders charges against Bianchi so that he no longer had the threat of the death penalty hanging over him.

There was less incentive for Kenny to cooperate. Also, Kenny was becoming unmanageable. The police in California hated him and made it clear.

Kenny could not accept their disapproval and started to make up stories to exculpate himself. He dreamed up a second man who was responsible for the killings.

Eventually, he started to feel guilty for implicating Angelo. He began to change his story about Angelo's involvement.

His credibility as a witness against Angelo was virtually destroyed. Very much in the back of Kenny's self-serving performances was the prisoner code -- death to informers.

If acting like a nut case allowed Angelo to go free, Kenny wouldn't be targeted as a "snitch. As bizarre as Kenny's state of mind was, it did not compare with that of his creative girlfriend, Veronica Compton.

She was supposedly writing a play called The Mutilated Cutter about a woman serial killer. She wanted desperately to talk to him to understand better the mind of a murderer.

Veronica fell in love with Kenny immediately. Kenny saw opportunity in this relationship. He made a startling proposal -- one that could, if successful, grant him the freedom to spend his life with her.

If she could just go to Bellingham and strangle a girl to make it look like the same man who killed Karen Mandic and Diane Wilder.

Maybe even plant semen on the murdered girl. It was one hell of a favor to ask, but Veronica agreed immediately. Kenny was a nonsecretor, which meant in the days before DNA testing that his blood type could not be determined from his semen.

Kenny packed Veronica off to Washington with a fresh load of his semen in a plastic glove. Once Veronica got into this project, it was a bit more intimidating than it seemed in the planning.

When she arrived in Bellingham, she had to build up her courage with large amounts of alcohol and cocaine. Finally fortified, Veronica lured a woman into driving her to a motel and coming into the room for a drink.

Veronica lunged at her with a cord and tried to strangle her, but the woman was too strong and threw Veronica over.

In a rare lapse into rationality, Veronica decided it was time to go back to California. But rationality did not overstay its welcome and Veronica, when she arrived at the San Francisco airport, distinguished herself by creating some kind of hysterical disturbance.

To make matters irreparably worse, Veronica sent a letter and tape to the Bellingham authorities telling them that they had arrested an innocent man and pointed to the recent strangling attempt to prove that the real culprit was still at large.

It did not take terribly sophisticated police work to link the police report of the woman Veronica tried to strangle with the photo of the lady who created the disturbance in the airport that same afternoon.

With Veronica's future assistance compromised, Kenny love for her cooled overnight. Veronica got the message and quickly found herself a new beau -- imprisoned serial killer Douglas Clark, who made Kenny seem like a Boy Scout.

Douglas, who usually beheaded his female victims after he tortured them, sent Veronica a valentine with a photo of a headless female corpse.

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Kenneth Bianchi, known as the Hillside Strangler, is a serial killer best known for working with his cousin Angelo Buono to commit 15 rapes and murders.

The Alphabet murders occurred in and around Rochester from to Bianchi was never formally charged in these crimes, but he was a suspect in the murders due to his working as an ice cream vendor near two of the murder scenes and his driving a car similar to a suspicious vehicle spotted near one of the abduction sites.

Bianchi moved to Los Angeles , California in and started spending time with his older cousin, Angelo Buono , who impressed Bianchi with his fancy clothes, jewelry, and talent for getting any woman he wanted and "putting them in their place".

Before long, they worked together as pimps , and, by late , had escalated to what would become known as the "Hillside Strangler" murders.

They had raped and murdered ten women by the time they were arrested in early Bianchi and Buono would usually cruise around Los Angeles in Buono's car and use fake badges to persuade women that they were undercover police officers.

Their victims were women and girls aged 12 to 28 from various walks of life. They would then order the victims into Buono's car, which they claimed was an unmarked police car, and drive them to Buono's home to torture and murder them.

The victims were:. Both men would sexually abuse their victims before strangling them. They experimented with other methods of killing, such as lethal injection , electric shock , and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Even while committing the murders, Bianchi applied for a job with the Los Angeles Police Department LAPD and had even been taken for several rides with police officers while they were searching for the Hillside Strangler.

One night, shortly after they botched their would-be eleventh murder, Bianchi revealed to Buono he had participated in LAPD police ride-alongs, and that he was currently being questioned about the Strangler case.

Buono flew into a rage and threatened to kill Bianchi if he did not move to Bellingham , Washington , which he did in May On January 11, , working as a security guard, Bianchi lured two female students into a house he was guarding.

Bianchi forced the first student down the stairs in front of him and then strangled her. He murdered the second woman in a similar fashion.

Without help from his partner, Bianchi left many clues, and police apprehended him the next day. A California driver's license and a routine background check linked him to the addresses of two Strangler victims.

Following his arrest, Bianchi admitted that in he and Buono, while posing as police officers, stopped a young woman called Catharine Lorre with the intention of abducting and killing her.

But after learning she was the daughter of actor Peter Lorre , they let her go. Only after the men were arrested did Catharine learn of their identities.

At his trial, Bianchi pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity , claiming that another personality, one "Steve Walker", had committed the crimes.

He convinced a few expert psychiatrists that he indeed suffered from multiple personality disorder , but investigators brought in their own psychiatrists, mainly Martin Orne.

When Orne mentioned to Bianchi that in genuine cases of the disorder, there tends to be three or more personalities, Bianchi promptly created another alias, "Billy".

Eventually, investigators discovered that the name "Steven Walker" came from a student whose identity Bianchi had previously attempted to steal for the purpose of fraudulently practicing psychology.

Police also found a small library of books in Bianchi's home on topics of modern psychology, further indicating his ability to fake the disorder.

Once his claims were subjected to this scrutiny, Bianchi eventually admitted that he had been faking the disorder. He was eventually diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder with sexual sadism.

In an attempt to obtain a reduced sentence, Bianchi agreed to testify against Buono. However, in giving his testimony, Bianchi made every effort to be as uncooperative and self-contradictory as possible, apparently hoping to avoid being the ultimate cause of Buono being convicted.

In the end, Bianchi's efforts were unsuccessful, as Buono was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment.

In , Bianchi began a relationship with Veronica Compton, a woman he had met while in prison. During his trial, she testified for the defense, telling the jury a false, vague tale about the crimes in an attempt to exculpate Bianchi.

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