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Ronald Dominique was born on January 9, 1964 in Louisiana.
Throughout his childhood Dominique was ridiculed over the suspicion of his being homosexual. As he got older many people claimed that he did not fit in the gay or the straight community. Despite this, Dominique was known to enjoy helping people. He volunteered at senior citizen homes and gave his time to the needy.
Prior to his arrest Dominique had been charged with forcible rape and disturbing the peace. He managed to avoid jail time because the victims did not appear for trial.
According to official records Dominique began his serial series in 1997, but he has confessed to murders prior to that. It is believed that Dominique would sometimes offer homeless men money in exchange for sex. Other times Dominique would offer men money to have sex with his pretend wife so that he could watch. Dominique would then bind his victims, rape them and murder them.
On December 1, 2006 he confessed to raping and murdering over 23 men. He was found guilty and sentenced to eight life sentences on December 1, 2006. He agreed to pleading guilty to those eight murders to escape the death penalty. Dominique is currently serving his life sentence in Angola, Louisiana.
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Ronald Dominique was charged for murdering eight men, but is thought to have murdered over twenty-three people. We currently have information on nine of his victims. David Levron Mitchell David is thought to be Mitchell’s first victim. His remains were found in 1997. Gary Pierre Gary, age 20, was murdered…Continue reading...