Bug Vanquisher

2 October 2008

The Legacy of Javid Iqbal

Filed under: Things in life — Tanveer Badar @ 8:38 PM

I don’t know why this particular thought crossed my mind, perhaps when I came across this:
http://www.billoreilly.com/outragefunnels.

Does anyone even remember now the horrors convicted serial killer/pedophile Javid Iqbal unleashed during 1999-2001? Whole host of parents and families who are stranded from their beloved sons and daughters.

How no one was able to track him down for over an year and no one cared to find out what motives were behind all those killings? How he died a mysterious death in police custody?

What really amazes me is that there is no information available on internet about those brutal murders. Nothing at all. Except for this little piece on BBC’s website:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/549787.stm, which tells one very little about what happened in the, then, past and coming future.

Why didn’t we wonder then and question authorities how he died? What veiled hand was behind him which was protected from coming to light by his unexplained death? Why no one explored the possibility that he was never a sociopath? Why isn’t there any documented data in readily accessible way after 8 years? Why aren’t there any laws yet which establish strictest punishments for such felons?

Lots of questions which will remain unanswered till no one remembers the atrocity which was once roamed amongst us safe and free, the oddity which left his legacy for God knows how many to peruse.

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