Japan’s Takahiro Shiraishi, known as the “Twitter Butcher” and sentenced to death, demanded that his execution be postponed so that he could marry a “normal girl.”
The “Daily Mail” newspaper quoted Al-Shirachi as saying that he would not appeal the ruling against him. Still, he expressed his desire to postpone his execution “until he meets an ordinary girl whom he marries and who is his partner in prison.”
Shiraishi, 30, was reportedly sentenced to death on Tuesday in Tokyo for killing eight women and a man in 2017, dismembering their bodies and hiding them at his home in Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
The trial was overshadowed by disputes over the possibility of Al-Shirachi killing his victims with their consent after they published suicide posts on social media sites, especially Twitter. Still, the autopsy showed that they resisted suffocation and did not want to die.
Source: “Daily Mail”