Presentation on theme: "Austin Schmitz and Cole Yerkes Jeffrey Dahmer. Born May 21 st 1960 West Allis Wisconsin Normal childhood until the age of six Suffered from a double."— Presentation transcript:
Born May 21 st 1960 West Allis Wisconsin Normal childhood until the age of six Suffered from a double hernia After surgery was never the same: more quite, sitting alone for long periods of time, face motionless.
Killed small animals Liked the sounds of bones rattling Fascinated in dead bodies of animals Got in trouble at school during recess for killing animals
Lack of self confidence Very deep, distant, and shy Increasingly bad posture, often moped around purposeless and disengaged Never diagnosed, but thought by his father that he was mentally insane
Suspected that a move from Iowa to Ohio uprooted him from familiar settings Parents divorced at age 18 Alcoholic at a young age
Not motivated to pursue any careers, education, or starting families Convicted his first murder at 18 Parents enrolled him in Ohio Sate University, but soon dropped out from excessive drinking Forced to find a job or enroll in Armed Forces
Diagnosed as an alcoholic but never received treatment Two years into Armed forces he was discharged for alcoholism Was homosexual and did not marry or have children
Killing spree lasted 13 years African American gay men Had sex with the victim then murdered them Lured into grandmothers basement with promise of money or sex
Gave victims alcohol laced with drugs and strangle them Have sex or masturbate on the dead body Dismember and dispose the body keeping their genitals or skulls as souvegners Killed 17 young men throughout killing spree Used canibalism on some of his victims
Arrested for convicting many crimes Always compliant to the sentencing Plead guilty for some rape charges, pleading that the 13 year old boy looked a lot older
1981 Father forced him to move in with his grandmother because of a disorderly conduct charge involving alcohol 1986 arrested for masturbating in front of two young boys and was put on a one year probationary charge Very calm in court
Placed in bullet proof glass and steel in trial to isolate from the gallery Courtroom swept for bombs and metal detectors were administrated Tried to protect Dahmer as best they could because of how many people hated him
Plead that he was guilty but insane Made the jury confused as to weather he could control his actions or not Sentenced to 15 consecutive life terms or 957 years in prison Charged for 15 murders
Found in the toilet area next to the prison gym Laying in blood Massive head injuries Broom stick found nearby November 28 th 1994 pronounced dead
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