John Edward Robinson, premier tueur en série d’Internet

 

 

 

Son terrain de chasse favori à compter des débuts d’Internet fut aussi celui du criminel multidisciplinaire Pascal Edouard Luraghi, dit Cyprien Luraghi, à savoir les sites de rencontres des amateurs de BDSM, où le second a trouvé le texte qui l’a fait connaître des milieux sado-masochistes français après qu’il l’eût traduit en français.

L’un et l’autre sont toujours motivés par l’argent, leurs crimes sont avant tout crapuleux.

Tous deux menteurs, affabulateurs, escrocs et manipulateurs, ils font également preuve de sadisme et d’une perversité qui les conduit à se faire tout spécialement reconnaître comme « humanistes » ou individus de grands mérites par ceux-là même qu’ils prennent plaisir à tromper.

Pour ce qui concerne le malade mental Pascal Edouard Cyprien Luraghi, il s’agit depuis les années 2010 à 2012 des autorités judiciaires françaises, qu’auparavant il n’avait jamais pensé pouvoir un jour berner au point où il le fait avec tout ce qui me concerne. Mais il n’avait non plus jamais rencontré de magistrats comme ceux de Brest. Il l’a écrit sur son blog aux tout débuts. Avant, pour la justice, c’était toujours lui le coupable – forcément, il a toujours été hors la loi depuis son adolescence. Et là, pour la première fois de sa vie, il était considéré comme quelqu’un de bien, assez pour que les autorités judiciaires puissent le croire sur parole, sans jamais en exiger de justifier quoi que ce soit, lui que même ses proches qualifient de mythomane, et mieux encore, comme la victime de femmes qu’en réalité il harcelait comme un malade avec toute sa bande de « déconnologues » quasiment depuis son arrivée sur le site Rue89 en 2008. Il n’en revenait pas lui-même, laissait éclater sa joie, exultait, appelait même la juge brestoise ultra corrompue qui violait la loi pour le satisfaire son « bon Dieu ». Me harcelant, se rendant coupable à mon encontre de très nombreux faits répréhensibles depuis 2008, non seulement il a toujours été totalement « blanchi » par cette « justice » brestoise incarnée par des magistrats qui à cet effet ont systématiquement produit des faux en écriture publique, mais de plus, il se voyait offrir la possibilité de tenter de me faire condamner, moi sa victime, à payer très cher pour des infractions pénales tout droit sorties de son imagination et il ne s’en est pas privé. Il n’a finalement pas réussi à obtenir la moindre condamnation à mon encontre, mais a bien convaincu nombre de ses complices harceleurs de prolonger eux aussi leurs cyberharcèlements à mon encontre par le même type de harcèlement judiciaire à base de dénonciations calomnieuses et de procédures abusives, les uns après les autres. Pour l’heure, aucun n’est parvenu à me faire condamner, mais le jeu n’est toujours pas terminé, il est sans fin et chaque nouvelle procédure produit toujours les mêmes espoirs de réussite chez le pervers en chef qui se plaît alors à faire connaître sa très grande joie avec de nouveaux attentats islamistes annonciateurs des explosions bien plus dévastatrices qui surviendront du jour où il aura enfin atteint son but, ou plus exactement, le premier de ses buts, un tremplin pour la suite de ses projets criminels et terroristes, qu’il avait annoncés eux aussi dès le départ, en 2008 – à travers moi, il vise en fait l’Etat français, pour lequel j’ai jadis travaillé.

Passons maintenant au thème astral de John Edward Robinson, né le 27 décembre 1943.

Ne connaissant pas son heure de naissance, je ne peux le dresser entièrement et ne m’arrête qu’aux positions planétaires indiquées dans la carte reproduite ci-dessous, l’ascendant et la domification correspondant à une heure de naissance arbitrairement fixée à 12h00.

 

John Edward Robinson, premier tueur en série d'Internet dans AC ! Brest

 

Contrairement au psychopathe Pascal Edouard Cyprien Luraghi, John Edward Robinson n’est pas né sous le signe de Verseau mais sous celui du Capricorne qui le précède.

Ses maîtres sont Saturne et Mars, tous deux en Gémeaux avec Uranus maître du Verseau.

Ce Capricorne est donc en fait très proche d’un Verseau.

 

 

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John Edward Robinson

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John Edward Robinson
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Robinson’s c. 1985 mug shot, taken by Johnson County Sheriff’s Dept.
Born
John Edward Robinson

December 27, 1943 (age 78)

Other names John Osborne
The Slave Master
Internet Slavemaster
Conviction(s) Kansas
Capital murder (2 counts)
Missouri
First degree murder (5 counts)
Criminal penalty Kansas
Death
Missouri
Life without parole
Details
Victims 8
Span of crimes
1984–2000
Country United States
State(s) Kansas, Missouri
Date apprehended
June 2, 2000

John Edward Robinson (born December 27, 1943) is an American serial killer, con man, embezzler, kidnapper, and forger who was found guilty in 2003 for three murders committed in and around Kansas City, Missouri, receiving the death penalty for two of them. In 2005, he admitted responsibility for five homicides in Missouri as part of a plea bargain to receive multiple life sentences without possibility of parole and avoid more death sentences. Investigators suspect that more victims remain undiscovered.[1]

Because he made contact with most of his post-1993 victims via online chatrooms, Robinson is sometimes referred to as « the Internet’s first serial killer ».[2]

Early life

John Robinson was born in Cicero, Illinois, the third of five children of an alcoholic father and a disciplinarian mother.[2]: 4  In 1957, Robinson became an Eagle Scout and traveled to London with a group of Scouts who performed before Queen Elizabeth II. He enrolled at Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago, a private boys school for aspiring priests, but dropped out after one year due to disciplinary issues.[3][4]

In 1961, Robinson enrolled at Morton Junior College in Cicero to become a medical radiographer, but dropped out after two years. In 1964, he moved to Kansas City and married Nancy Jo Lynch, who gave birth to their first child, John Jr., in 1965, followed by daughter Kimberly in 1967, and twins Christopher and Christine in 1971.

Early crimes

In 1969, Robinson was arrested in Kansas City for embezzling $33,000 from the medical practice of Dr. Wallace Graham, where he worked as a radiographer using forged credentials. He was sentenced to three years’ probation.[3] The following year he violated probation by moving to Chicago without his probation officer’s permission and gained a job as an insurance salesman at the R.B. Jones Company. In 1971, he was arrested for embezzling funds and was ordered back to Kansas City, where his probation was extended. In 1975, Robinson’s probation was extended again after an arrest on charges of securities fraud and mail fraud in connection with a phony medical consulting company he had formed.

Robinson became a Scoutmaster, a baseball coach and a Sunday school teacher. In 1977, he was named to the board of directors of a local charitable organization where he forged letters from its executive director to the mayor of Kansas City and from the mayor to civic leaders, naming him as the organization’s Man of the Year. Under that guise, he hosted an awards luncheon in his honor.[3]

After completing his probation In 1979, Robinson was arrested for embezzlement and check forgery, for which he served sixty days in jail in 1982. After his release, he formed a bogus hydroponics business and stole $25,000 from a friend to whom he promised a fast investment return so the friend could pay for his dying wife’s health care.[2]: 4 

Murders begin

In 1984, having established two more fraudulent shell companies (Equi-Plus and Equi-2), Robinson hired Paula Godfrey, aged 19, ostensibly to work as a sales representative. Godfrey told friends and family that Robinson was sending her away for training. After hearing nothing further from her, Godfrey’s parents filed a missing persons report. Police questioned Robinson, who denied any knowledge of her whereabouts. Several days later her parents received a typewritten letter, with Godfrey’s signature at the bottom, thanking Robinson for his help and asserting that she was « OK » and did not want to see her family. The investigation was terminated, as Godfrey was of legal age and there was no evidence of wrongdoing. No trace of Godfrey has ever been found.[2]

In 1985, using the name John Osborne, Robinson met Lisa Stasi and her four-month-old daughter, Tiffany, at a women’s shelter in Kansas City. He promised Stasi a job in Chicago, an apartment, and daycare for her infant, and asked her to sign several sheets of blank stationery. A few days later, he contacted his brother Don and sister-in-law, Helen, who had been unable to adopt a baby through traditional channels, and informed them that he knew of a baby whose mother had committed suicide. For $5,500 in « legal fees », the couple received Tiffany (whose identity was confirmed by DNA testing in 2000[5]) and a set of authentic-appearing adoption papers with the forged signatures of two lawyers and a judge. Stasi was never heard from again.[2]: 4 

In 1987, Catherine Clampitt, aged 27, left her child with her parents in Wichita Falls, Texas, and moved to Kansas City to find employment. She was hired by Robinson, who reportedly promised her extensive travel and a new wardrobe. She vanished in June of that year. Her missing persons case remains open.[5]

From 1987 to 1993, Robinson was incarcerated, first in Kansas (1987–1991) on multiple fraud convictions and thereafter in Missouri for another fraud conviction and parole violations. At Western Missouri Correctional Facility, he met 49-year-old Beverly Bonner, the prison librarian, who upon his release left her husband, a prison doctor, and moved to Kansas to work for him. After Robinson arranged for Bonner’s alimony checks to be forwarded to a Kansas post office box, her family never heard from her again. For several years, Bonner’s mother continued forwarding her alimony checks and Robinson continued cashing them.[3]

By then, Robinson had discovered the Internet and roamed online chatrooms using the name « Slavemaster », looking for women who enjoyed playing the submissive partner role during sex. An early online correspondent was Sheila Faith, aged 45, whose 15-year-old daughter Debbie was a wheelchair user due to spina bifida. Robinson, portraying himself as a wealthy businessman and philanthropist, offered to pay Debbie’s medical expenses and give Sheila a job. In 1994, the mother and daughter moved from Fullerton, California, to Kansas City and immediately disappeared. Robinson cashed Faith’s pension checks for the next seven years.[2]: 6 

Gradually, Robinson became well known in increasingly popular BDSM chatrooms. In 1999, he offered a job and a bondage relationship to Izabela Lewicka, a 21-year-old Polish immigrant living in Indiana. When she moved to Kansas City, Robinson (who was still married to Nancy) gave Lewicka an engagement ring and brought her to the county registrar, where they paid for a marriage license that was never picked up. It is unclear whether Lewicka believed that she and Robinson were married; she told her parents she had married, but never told them her husband’s name. She did sign a 115-item slave contract that gave Robinson almost total control over every aspect of her life, including her bank accounts. Some time during the summer of 1999, she disappeared. Robinson told a web designer he employed that she had been caught smoking marijuana and deported.[2]: 8 

Around the time of Lewicka’s disappearance, a licensed practical nurse named Suzette Trouten moved from Michigan to Kansas to travel the world with Robinson as his submissive sex slave. Trouten’s mother received several typed letters signed by her daughter and purportedly mailed while the couple was abroad, although the envelopes all bore Kansas City postmarks. The letters were, her mother said, uncharacteristically mistake-free. Later, Robinson told Trouten’s mother that she had run off with an acquaintance after stealing money from him.[2]: 9 

Arrest

Over time, Robinson became increasingly careless, and his ability to avoid detection declined. By 1999, he had attracted the attention of authorities in both Kansas and Missouri as his name frequently came up in missing persons investigations.

Robinson was arrested in June 2000, at his farm near La Cygne, Kansas, after a woman filed a sexual battery complaint against him and another charged him with stealing her sex toys.[1] The theft charge finally gave investigators the probable cause they needed to obtain search warrants. On the farm, a task force found the decaying bodies of two women, later identified as Lewicka and Trouten, in two 85-pound chemical drums.[2]: 9 

Across the state line in Missouri, investigators searched a storage facility where Robinson rented two garages and found three similar chemical drums containing corpses subsequently identified as Bonner, Faith, and Faith’s daughter. All five women were killed in the same way, by one or more blows to the head with a blunt instrument.[2]: 9 

Conviction

In 2002, Robinson stood trial in Kansas for the murders of Trouten, Lewicka and Stasi, and multiple lesser charges. After the longest criminal trial in Kansas history,[6] he was convicted on all counts. He received the death penalty for the murders of Trouten and Lewicka, and life imprisonment for Stasi’s murder because she was killed before Kansas reinstated the death penalty. He received a 5-to-20-year prison sentence for interfering with the parental custody of Stasi’s baby, 20.5 years for kidnapping Trouten, and seven months for theft.[2]: 9 

After his Kansas convictions, Robinson faced murder charges in Missouri, based on the evidence discovered in that state. Missouri is aggressive in its pursuit of capital punishment convictions and Robinson’s attorneys wanted to avoid a trial there.[6] Chris Koster, the Missouri prosecutor, insisted as a condition of any plea bargain that Robinson lead authorities to the bodies of Stasi, Godfrey and Clampitt. Robinson, who has never cooperated in any way with investigators, refused, but Koster still faced pressure to make a deal because his case was not technically airtight⁠ ⁠— among other issues, there was no unequivocal evidence that any of the murders had actually been committed within his jurisdiction. Robinson, on the other hand, faced pressure to plead guilty to avoid an almost certain death sentence in Missouri, and failing that, yet another capital murder trial back in Kansas.[7][unreliable source?]

When it became clear that the women’s remains would never be found without Robinson’s cooperation, a compromise of sorts was reached: in a carefully scripted plea in October 2003, Robinson acknowledged that Koster had enough evidence to convict him of capital murder for the deaths of Godfrey, Clampitt, Bonner and the Faiths. Though his statement was technically a guilty plea, and was accepted as such by the Missouri court, observers remarked that it was notably devoid of any contrition or specific acceptance of responsibility.[2]: 15  Robinson received a life sentence without possibility of parole for each of the five murders.[7]

In November 2015, the Kansas Supreme Court vacated the Trouten and Stasi murder convictions on technicalities, but upheld the Lewicka conviction and its accompanying death sentence. The ruling marked the first time that Kansas’s highest court has upheld a death sentence since reinstatement of capital punishment there in 1994. Robinson currently remains on death row at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.[6]

Aftermath

In 2005, Nancy Robinson filed for divorce after 41 years of marriage, citing incompatibility and irreconcilable differences.[7]

In 2006, Stasi’s daughter—known since her (faked) adoption as Heather Robinson—filed a civil suit against Truman Medical Center in Kansas City and social worker Karen Gaddis. The suit accused Gaddis of putting Robinson in contact with Stasi and her newborn daughter in 1984, after he told Gaddis that he ran a charitable organization providing assistance to « unwed mothers of white babies. » In 2007, Heather and the hospital reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum, which Robinson said she would split with her biological grandmother, Patricia Sylvester.[7] Heather won a second judgment, in 2007, preventing Robinson from profiting from any future potential book sales or film rights.[8]

In 2006, the body of a young woman was found in a barrel in an area of rural Iowa where Robinson reportedly had a business partner. She was initially considered a possible victim of Robinson, but was later identified as Lois Tomich, who police believe was killed by her ex-husband.[9][10]

Kansas and Missouri police note that long stretches of Robinson’s time remain unaccounted for, and they fear that there are additional undiscovered victims. « He’s maintained the secrets about what he’s done with the women, he won’t ever tell, it’s the last control that he’s got, » said one investigator. « There are [probably] other barrels waiting to be opened, other bodies waiting to be found. »[1]

Victims

Robinson is known to be responsible for eight homicides, but his total victim tally remains unknown. The following is a chronological summary of the victims identified thus far:

  • 1984: Paula Godfrey (age 19); remains never recovered
  • 1985: Lisa Stasi (age 19); remains never recovered
  • 1987: Catherine Clampitt (age 27); remains never recovered
  • 1993: Beverly Bonner (age 49): remains discovered at storage facility in Raymore, Missouri
  • 1994: Sheila Faith (age 45) and Debbie Faith (15): remains of both discovered at storage facility in Raymore, Missouri
  • 1999: Izabela Lewicka (age 21): remains discovered at Robinson’s ranch near La Cygne, Kansas
  • 2000: Suzette Trouten (age 28): remains discovered at Robinson’s ranch near La Cygne, Kansas

In popular culture

  • A 2001 book by John Glatt, Internet Slave Master (ISBN 0312979274), documented Robinson’s life up to the time of his Kansas trial. A second book by Glatt, Depraved (ISBN 0312936842), published in 2005, focused on the lives of Robinson’s victims and others affected by his crimes.
  • Anyone You Want Me to Be: A True Story of Sex and Death on the Internet (ISBN 1439189471) by John Douglas and Stephen Singular was published in 2003.
  • Sue Wiltz’ book Slave Master was published in 2004.

Robinson’s criminal activities were also profiled on episodes of the A&E series Cold Case Files,[1] Investigation Discovery‘s FBI: Criminal Pursuit, Sins & Secrets, Vanity Fair Confidential, It Takes a Killer, and Deadly Doctors, as well as Forensic Files, and The New Detectives on the Discovery Channel.

See also

General:

References

  • Slave Master (Pinnacle True Crime) by Sue Wiltz and Maurice Godwin. Kensington Books ISBN 978-0-7860-1408-8
  1. « Authorities investigate Tomich for deaths of prostitutes ». Sioux City Journal. Retrieved 2021-05-28.

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