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December 5, 1999 | From Associated Press
Hoping to bring a man who confessed to killing 100 children out of hiding, Pakistani police on Saturday arrested his ex-wife, daughter and son, the state-run news agency said. On Thursday, police received a letter from a man who identified himself as Javed Iqbal. In the letter, Iqbal said he sexually assaulted the 100 children before killing them. He said that he is a trained chemical engineer and that he used chemicals to dispose of the bodies.
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December 31, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A man who confessed to killing 100 children surrendered at the office of Pakistan's largest Urdu-language newspaper. Javed Iqbal, 40, had been the target of a massive manhunt since early this month, when he wrote a letter to police that led them to the remains of two bodies as well as the pictures and clothes of many of the 100 boys he said he killed. He walked into the building that houses the Jang newspaper in Lahore and said he wanted to write a confession, editor Shaheen Quereshi said.
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December 31, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A man who confessed to killing 100 children surrendered at the office of Pakistan's largest Urdu-language newspaper. Javed Iqbal, 40, had been the target of a massive manhunt since early this month, when he wrote a letter to police that led them to the remains of two bodies as well as the pictures and clothes of many of the 100 boys he said he killed. He walked into the building that houses the Jang newspaper in Lahore and said he wanted to write a confession, editor Shaheen Quereshi said.
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December 5, 1999 | From Associated Press
Hoping to bring a man who confessed to killing 100 children out of hiding, Pakistani police on Saturday arrested his ex-wife, daughter and son, the state-run news agency said. On Thursday, police received a letter from a man who identified himself as Javed Iqbal. In the letter, Iqbal said he sexually assaulted the 100 children before killing them. He said that he is a trained chemical engineer and that he used chemicals to dispose of the bodies.
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