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How Westley Allan Dodd Became "One of the Most Evil" Child Serial Killers in History

Westley Allan Dodd (July 3, 1961 – January 5, 1993) was a convicted American serial killer and child molester. He has been called “one of the most evil killers in history.” His execution on January 5, 1993, was the first legal hanging (at his own request) in the United States since 1965. His childhood years Westley Allan Dodd was born in Richland, Washington on July 3, 1961.[citation needed] Unlike most serial killers, Dodd claimed he was never abused or neglected.[2] He also reported that

Westley Allan Dodd Killer and molester of young boys Westley Allan Dodd began sexually assaulting children when he himself was a teen. Over time, his appetite became more cruel and Dodd began killing. He was captured while trying to abduct a 6-year-old boy from a movie theater. In 1993, Dodd was put to death by hanging in Walla Walla, WA.

Hanging proponents cheer outside the Washington State penitentiary 05 January 1993 after confessed child killer Westley Allan Dodd died by hanging. Dodd was the first person executed by hanging in the nation since 1965.


Westley Allan Dodd, child mlester and serial killer of young boys


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Westley Dodd (1961-1993) began raping children when he was a teen.Over 50 victims-below the age of 12-mostly boys-1st victims his cousins.He refused to appeal his case stating "I must be executed before I have an opportunity to escape or kill someone within the prison.If I do escape,I promise u I'll kill prison guards if I have to+rape+enjoy every minute of it" He was executed by hanging on Jan.5 1993 at Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla


Westley Allan Dodd - He was convicted of three counts of first degree murder young boys. Executed in 1993. State: Washington Born: July 3, 1961.


Executions Fritz Haarmann was beheaded by guillotine on April 15, 1925. His last words before he was beheaded were: “I repent, but I do not fear death.” Gordon Northcott was executed by hanging on October 2, 1930 when he was 23. John George Haigh was led to the gallows and hanged by executioner Albert Pierrepoint on 10 August 1949. Charles Starkweather was executed by electric chair at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln, Nebraska, at 12:04 a.m. on June 25, 1959. Ted Bundy died in the…