Mohan Kumar (serial killer)
|Other names||Cyanide Mohan|
|Criminal penalty||death penalty|
Span of crimes
|October 21, 2009|
Mohan Kumar (born 1963) in Kerala, also known as Cyanide Mohan, is a serial killer who preyed on women looking for marriage. A Mangalore fast track court tried and convicted him for the murder of 19 women.
He was accused of luring women who were unable to pay dowry or were unable to find suitable husbands. He would kill them by giving them cyanide pills, claiming they were contraceptives, and rob them of their jewelry. He was charged with 20 murders and defended himself in court. He was sentenced to death in December 2013.
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- "The Karnataka High Court on 12 October 2017 reduced death penalty to life imprisonment".
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