Dukun AS, mistery kebun tebu / cane plantation mystery
Ahmad Suradji (popularly as the U.S. Shamans, also known by the name of fate saber, Datuk; born January 10, 1949 – died July 10, 2008 at the age of 59 years) is a principal murder of 42 women whose remains were buried in a sugar plantation in the Sei Semayang, Deli Serdang, North Sumatra from 1986 to 1997.
His real name is Nasib. Because often use the saber during a burglary in the Stabat ox, he was called “The fate saber” by his friends. The name “Ahmad Suradji” bears after stumbling out of jail for theft of oxen, while Datuk given the name of his friends because he married three biological brothers and live at home.
Suradji daily work as a farmer. He just graduated from elementary school and has three wives and nine children. Police first found the body of one of the victims on 27 April 1997, a 21-year-old woman named Sri Kemala Goddess. A week later, a witness said that on the day of the Goddess disappeared, it has led to a residence Suradji Goddess. Police later found a pile of clothes and jewelry women there, among the belongings of the Goddess. Suradjipun arrested.
Does Suradji feel be at fault about himself?. There are sources that mention that he does not want to admit, but there is also claimed that he had admitted his actions. In a report, Suradji confessed to killing that they might improve the science that is being studied. In order to perfect his knowledge, he had to kill 70 women and suck saliva victim. Science itself he found from his father when he was 12 years old, although his attention to the new science began to be felt when he reaches 20 years old.
In 27 April 1998, he was sentenced to death by the District Court panel Lubukpakam as guilty of the murder of these women. He was executed on Thursday, July 10, 2008, exactly at 22:00 by execution team Brigadier (Brimob) Police (Police) North Sumatra.