A DNA Sample Solves a Rape 20 Years Ago

If Sheila Jankowitz were alive today, would have seen justice done. The man who raped her on Christmas Day 1987 and then do the same with seven other women, paid for what he had done for over 20 years. All thanks to a detail in the eighties was still negligible: their DNA samples.

If Sheila Jankowitz were alive today, would have seen justice done. The man who raped her on Christmas Day 1987 and then do the same with seven other women, paid for what he had done for over 20 years. All thanks to a detail in the eighties was still negligible: their DNA samples.

This is the story of Antoni Imiela, 57, a serial rapist now only pays for “the terrible experience he Jankowitz Sheila,” as has been described recently in court. She spent Christmas Eve 1987 in a pub with her husband, Erwin. They began to discuss and separated. She stayed a while in the store before going home in Forest Hill, southeast London. What he wanted, as he said this week, was to see if her husband had come back or not.

When he arrived, everything had changed for her.

Imiela intercepted on the road, covered her mouth with one hand and dragged to a clearing. There, he raped her. He threatened her with a brick and repeated over and over again he thought killing her. To prove it, gave him several blows on the face.According to his mother, Jill Stevens, when he got home his face was bloodied, clothes torn and several grass stains all over his body. Never got to see the face of his attacker.

And so the years passed. Sheila never knew who had raped her, or what had become of him Would it have been stopped? Would you still out there, attacking other women? Or waiting for her? In fact, Imelia was arrested in 2004 for other violations, but that Sheila would never know. He died 19 years after that story whose end was beginning to close.

Because suddenly, someone saw that if the DNA matched that of the man already in jail. He now denies everything, but as explained by the lawyer defending the name of Jankowitz, Richard Hearnden: “I was tied to each of these violations by the presence of DNA. The defense claims that would have been a very extraordinary circumstance that Mrs. Jankowitz has invented a violation against a totally innocent man, a man she had had a consensual sexual intercourse and a man who, we know now, raped seven other women in similar circumstances. “

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