HC upholds death sentence to Cyanide Mohan

HC upholds death sentence to Cyanide Mohan

The High Court of Karnataka on Wednesday upheld the death sentence awarded to "serial killer" Cyanide Mohan by a sessions court in Dakshina Kannada in the Sunanda murder case.

The bench comprising justices Ravi Malimath and John Michael Cunha upheld the verdict of the 4th Additional Sessions Court, Dakshina Kannada. After reading out the judgement, the bench did not take up any matters posted for the day.

Cyanide Mohan was convicted of killing Sunanda at KSRTC bus stand in Mysuru on Feb 11, 2008 by giving her cyanide. Cyanide Mohan, who is a teacher by profession, has poisoned 20 young women to death between 2003 and 2009.  He lured the women into marriage and killed them after administering them cyanide laced "anti-pregnancy"  pills.

 

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