A ‘corporation’ in India is accused of murdering, torturing and then consuming the organs of two women who police say they killed to satisfy their own deranged sex cravings. .
Muhammad Shafi, a convicted rapist who served time for the sexual assault of a 75-year-old woman; Bhagaval Sing, a Haiku poet and massage parlor owner; and his wife Laila Singh, who helped run the business, were charged with sacrificing, torturing, murdering, dismembering and consuming half a woman in her 50s, according to Kerala Police. They were scheduled for Wednesday.
The trio may have killed others, police fear, but they are accused of killing Padmam and Rosly – identified only by names unique to the Indian press. The alarm was raised by Padmam’s sister, who told police the victim was last seen in Shafi’s car on September 26.
Shafi is said to be the couple’s witch doctor, and all three say he had an affair with Laila Singh – usually in her husband’s presence.
Shafi is accused of killing Padmam, while Laila Singh is accused of killing and beheading Rosly. Her husband allegedly chopped off Rosly’s breasts for consumption.
“It has now been proven that he (Shafi) is a psychopath and a sexual pervert, as well as a seeker of sexual pleasure and to what extent he will kill.” Kerala police commissioner told India Times. He seems to have lured Singaporeans by promoting financial aid on a fake Facebook page and a fictitious hobby of Japanese poetry.
The murders, which are believed to have occurred on June 6 and September 26, are the basis of the case against the trio. According to local police investigators, Shafi directed the Singaporeans to lure the victims – both lottery ticket sellers – to his home, where they were murdered.
Laila Singh confessed to police that she ate Rosly with the promise of financial well-being, and that her husband consumed Padmam’s genitals to maintain his youth. After both murders, Ms Singh is said to have had sex with Shafi as Mr Singh prayed.
The disjointed body parts, which had not been consumed, were then hidden in a pit in Singh’s garden, and discovered after investigators excavated the area, police said. know.
“The murders were so brutal, the women were killed within 24 hours of their disappearance,” Kochi City Police Commissioner CH Nagaraju, who led the initial investigation, told local media. direction. “The manner of killing is indescribable.”