Sergey Golovkin

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Sergey Golovkin
Born (1959-11-26)26 November 1959
Moscow, Soviet Union
Died 2 August 1996(1996-08-02) (aged 36)
Moscow, Russia
Cause of death
Executed by gunshot
Other names Fisher, Udav (the Boa)
Criminal penalty
Death
Conviction(s) Murder
Killings
Victims 11+
Country Russian SFSR, Soviet Union

Sergey Golovkin (Russian: Серге́й Александрович Головкин) (November 26, 1959, in Moscow, Soviet Union – August 2, 1996) was a Soviet and Russian serial killer known as "The Fisher" or "The Udav" (The "Boa") who killed and tortured 11 boys in the Moscow area between 1986 and 1992.[1]

Sergey Golovkin was born in Moscow. His father was an alcoholic and his mother was an ordinary modest woman.[citation needed] His parents divorced in 1988.

Golovkin had a torture room in his garage where he tortured children (sometimes more than one at a time) for hours.[citation needed] He raped, burned, removed the skin, cut, killed and dismembered his victims.[citation needed]

Golovkin was sentenced to death and executed by firing squad. He was the last person to be executed by Russia before the abolition of capital punishment.[2]

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