Kenneth Alessio Bianchi (born May 22, 1951) is an American serial killer, kidnapper and rapist. Bianchi and his cousin Angelo Buono were together known as the Hillside Stranglers. He is currently serving a life sentence at the Walla Walla Penitentiary in Washington. Bianchi is also suspected of being the Alphabet Killer, perpetrator of four unsolved rapes and murders that happened in his hometown of Rochester, New York.
Bianchi was born in Rochester, New York to a prostitute and alcoholic mother who gave him up for adoption within two weeks of the birth. He was adopted in August 1951 by Frances Scioliono (Angelo Buono’s aunt) and her husband Nicholas Bianchi, who had no children.
Shortly after graduating from Gates-Chili High School in 1971, he married his high school sweetheart; that union lasted eight months. Kenneth was allegedly abandoned without explanation. As an adult, he dropped out of college after one semester, going from one part-time job to another, until he finally ended up as a security guard at a jewelry store. This gave him a great opportunity to steal valuables that he subsequently gave to girlfriends or prostitutes to buy their loyalty.
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Through the virtual patrol conducted by the SSC staff, other unusual situations were identified, since to install such applications users give access to their address book and image gallery, which they use if the person does not pay in a timely manner, and receive a series of threats via telephone or WhatsApp messages or, in some cases, the photos were posted on social networks offering alleged sexual services or refer that the affected person is a fraudster.
After an analysis it was identified that some citizens only downloaded the application and never requested the loan or never made the money transfer; however, they did grant permissions to access their personal information; before the citizen complaints, the SSC through the Cyber Police managed with the competent authority to terminate such applications with the information collected and the report of complainants.
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Not all Latin American cities experience citizen security in the same way. Notwithstanding the overall rising rates of urban violence in Latin America, trends in the region are uneven. El Salvador and Honduras are home to cities with more than 180 murders per 100,000 inhabitants, while Chile and Costa Rica have rates of less than 3 per 100,000. Caracas and Palmira are far more dangerous today than Rio de Janeiro and Lima. Recognizing these differences between and within countries, as well as the underlying factors, can help uncover insights and possible ways to make cities safer.
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DILLS, Angela K, Jeffrey A. Miron and Garret Summers, “What do economists know about crime?”, National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper 13759, January 2008. Retrieved from http://www.nber.org/papers/w13759.