California: Serial Killer Roger Kebbe was killed by a prisoner

California: Serial Killer Roger Kebbe was killed by a prisoner

03. April 2021 – 9:51 hour

Planned revenge for seven girls for months?

At the end of February, serial killer Roger Kebbe (81) was found dead in his cell in Molly Creek Prison in California – now his cellmate has confessed to killing his colleague in a letter. Jason B wrote in his letter that he had planned to work for several months and wanted revenge on the seven victims of Kepe’s murder. But it appears there was another reason for this action.

Kibbe became known as the “I-5 Strangler”

Roger Kibi became known as the “I-5 Strangler” because many of his victims were found near Highway 5 – all of them suffocated (to choke = to suffocate). Kibi has been behind bars for seven murders, but authorities always suspect that he may have committed more murders. Time and time again they questioned Kibi in prison – always without results.

Kibbe always followed the same pattern: between 1977 and 1986 he offered his victims, all the women, a trip, to a faraway place and raped them there. Kibi then strangled the women and cut a piece of their hair or clothing to keep as a cup.

Roger Kebbe killed at least seven women between 1977 and 1986.

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The serial killer was found lying dead in his cell

At the age of 81 and with no prospect of early release, Kibi was looking forward to his death in prison – but he probably had no idea it would happen so quickly. On February 28, 2021, according to police, Kibbe was discovered on the floor of his cell by the guards, and next to him his new cellmate Jason B. Kibbe finally died in the prison infirmary, the authorities suspected of a murder. He died by strangulation – so he suffered the same fate as his victims.

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Actually, I only wanted to have one cell for myself.

Now Jason B. appears to have admitted this act in a letter to Mercury News. Although Jason B. He himself was convicted of murdering and raping a 14-year-old child, but he wanted “revenge” for the victims of Roger Kebbe, as he wrote in his letter, according to the newspaper.

He made the decision to commit the murder when he saw a documentary about Kibbe on TV. In his letter B said, “In fact, my plan started with the fact that I was transferred to an isolation cell, and thus wanted to kill my cellmate. But that turned into my mission to take revenge on the youngest girl and other Kebe victims.” Speech.

Jason B. He is not afraid of the consequences

He spent months winning Kebe’s confidence only to be taken to his cell. On the first day the two shared a dungeon, Kibi was finally killed. Kibi was strangled like his victims.

To date, no charges have been brought against Jason B – despite the confession contained in the letter. According to Mercury News, he wrote in his letter that he was not worried about the legal consequences anyway. If the authorities decide to impose the death penalty on him for the murder of Kebe, they can do so safely.

“I hope Kibi remembers all of his victims when he died.”

Vito Bertucini, the investigator who worked his life on the Kebe case and had always suspected there should be more victims, told the newspaper that Kepe’s killing was part of the justice. “I don’t wish anyone would hurt – but I do hope that Kebe remembers all of his victims when he died.”

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