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      John Edward Robinson, Sr. - Kansas Death Row




      Facts of the Crime:

      Convicted of capital murder in the deaths of Izabel Lewicka and Suzette Trouten and of first-degree murder in the case of Lisa Stasi, who disappeared in 1985 and was never found.

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      Very long article if you're interested:

      http://murderpedia.org/male.R/r/robi...ohn-edward.htm




      John Edward Robinson

      At 10.15am on Friday 2nd June 2000 at #36 Monterrey Lane, Santa Barbara Estates, Kansas, two police officers knocked on the door of John Robinson Snr and told him he was under arrest. He would be later charged with the aggravated sexual battery of two women. His wife, Nancy, would be bought in for questioning but had nothing to offer the investigation.

      The next day a team of detectives and forensic investigators set up base on Robinson’s farm in La Cygne. Five large metal barrels would be quickly found with the use of cadaver dogs. When opened, the first barrel would uncover a naked, blindfolded and decomposing body lying face down in the fetal position. A second barrel was opened where another decomposing body would be found. The bodies are removed from the scene and taken to Dr Donald Pojman for autopsy.

      Over the weekend, search warrants would be signed approving a search of two storage lockers owned by Robinson in Raymore. Monday June 5th the task force moved in and opened locker #E2 finding inside 3 barrels each marked “Rendered Pork Fat”. Kevin Winer (Kansas City PD Crime Lab) opens the first barrel, in which he finds amongst other items a shoe, which when picked up has a leg attached to it. Immediately the barrel is resealed. All 3 barrels are taken away for autopsy to Dr Thomas Young in Jackson County.

      That afternoon John Robinson made his first appearance since the discoveries on his property. Wearing standard issue prison orange, Robinson was in Johnson County Courthouse where he would here that his bond was being raised to $5 million. Tuesday afternoon at another press conference DA Chris Koster would announce that each of the 3 barrels found in the storage locker would contain a female body. Wednesday morning and one of the bodies would be named as Suzette Trouten who has been missing since March 1st 2000. On June 12th Beverley Bonner would be named as the first of the three bodies found in the storage locker barrels.

      The next day, June 13th, John Robinson was charged with 5 counts of first degree murder for the bodies found in Kansas and Missouri, the death penalty would be sought by both states. In Johnson County District Court, Kansas, Robinson is formally charged with 2 counts of murder for the deaths of Suzette Trouten and Izabela Lewicka in addition to the kidnapping (aggravated) of Suzette. In Cass County he was charged with the murders of Beverly Bonner and the 2 still unidentified women found in the storage locker. They would be identified in late June via their dental records as Sheila Faith and her disabled daughter Debbie.

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      Documentary about the case "FBI: Criminal Pursuit: Internet Slave Master".


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      Kansas serial killer case to go before Kansas Supreme Court

      TOPEKA, Kan. — John Robinson, a serial killer who targeted women in Kansas and Missouri and was convicted in the murders of six women between the mid-1980s until his arrest in 2000, is appealing his death penalty conviction. His case is scheduled to be heard before the Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 24.

      Robinson was ultimately charged and convicted of one count of aggravated kidnapping, two counts of capital murder, which included the murders of all six women; one count theft, one count first-degree premeditated murder and one count of aggravated interference with parental custody.

      During their investigation, detectives searched Robinson’s property in Linn County, Kan., and found two barrels containing the remains of missing women. Prosecutors said Robinson engaged in sado-masochistic sex and then killed the women. Officers found the bodies of Suzette Trouten and Isabella Lewicka in June 2000. Robinson also faced charges in Cass County, Mo., where police found the bodies of Beverly Bonner, Sheila and Debbie Faith stuffed in barrels in a Raytown storage facility.

      After his conviction in Kansas, proseuctors in Missouri agreed to a plea in which Robinson acknowledged that the prosecutor had enough evidence to convict him of capital murder for the deaths of Paula Godfrey and Catherine Clampitt, Beverly Bonner and Sheila Faith and her 15-year-old daughter Debbie.

      In his appeal, Robinson challenges the trial court’s denial of his motion to change venue. He also challenges the court’s denial for a continuance, the court’s denial to suppress evidence. He challenges if the evidence is sufficient to support his convictions, and the denial of Robinson’s motion for mistrial based on alleged juror misconduct during the penalty phase. Other appeals are for court decisions during both the guilt-phase and the penalty-phase.

      Robinson was sentenced to death in the capital murder convictions, along with sentences for the other convictions, including:

      * Life imprisonment for the first-degree murder conviction
      * 246 months in prison for the aggravated kidnapping conviction
      * Seven months in prison for the felony theft conviction
      * He was also ordered to pay more than $9,000 in restitution.

      http://fox4kc.com/2015/03/19/kansas-...supreme-court/

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      John E. Robinson death penalty appeal hearing takes three hours in Topeka

      By TONY RIZZO
      The Kansas City Star

      Topeka, Kan. - After more than a decade of preparation, lawyers for convicted serial killer John E. Robinson Sr. got a little more than one hour Tuesday to make their case for a new trial.

      During oral arguments before the Kansas Supreme Court, the defense raised a multitude of factors they say prevented Robinson from getting a fair trial.

      Attorneys for the state countered that Robinson’s 2002 prosecution in Johnson County was handled fairly and his convictions and death sentence should be upheld.

      The justices questioned prosecutors about how they had constructed the two capital murder charges that put Robinson on death row. In each count, prosecutors cited the same deaths of four other women in Missouri as being part of a continuous scheme or course of conduct, one of the factors that allows prosecutors to seek the death penalty under Kansas law.

      If the court finds that structure to be a problem, the state could lose one of Robinson’s two capital murder convictions. Jurors also convicted Robinson of first-degree murder in a third woman’s death after the longest criminal trial in Kansas history.

      Robinson, now 71, killed the three women over a 15-year period.

      He later pleaded guilty in Cass County to killing five other women and was sentenced to life in prison in Missouri.

      The Johnson County convictions — the subject of Tuesday’s hearing — involved the deaths of a 27-year-old Michigan woman, Suzette Trouten, and a 21-year-old Indiana woman, Izabela Lewicka. Both moved to the Kansas City area after meeting Robinson online.

      Their bodies were found in June 2000 stuffed inside barrels on property Robinson owned in Linn County, Kan.

      Robinson also was found guilty in Kansas of killing Lisa Stasi, a 19-year-old Kansas City woman last seen by her family in 1985. Her body has not been found, but authorities discovered that her infant daughter had been raised by members of Robinson’s family after he arranged an adoption that they believed was legitimate.

      Kansas has not executed an inmate since the state re-instituted the death penalty in 1994.

      http://www.kansascity.com/news/local...#storylink=cpy

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