Robledo Puch


Robledo Puch

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Robledo Puch in 1972 at the age of 20
Background information
Birth name: Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch
Born: January 22, 1952 (1952-01-22) (age 57)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Killings
Number of victims: 11
Span of killings: 1971–1972
Country: Argentina
Date apprehended: February 1972

Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch (born January 22, 1952, in Buenos Aires, Argentina), also known as “The Death Angel” and “The Black Angel”, is an Argentinian serial killer. He was convicted for 11 murders, one attempted murder, 17 robberies, one rape, one attempted rape, one count of sexual abuse, two kidnappings and two thefts.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment to be served in the high-security jail of Sierra Chica, near the city of Olavarria. In July 2000, he became eligible for parole; however, he didn’t submit a petition.

On May 27, 2008, Puch asked to be paroled. However, a judge denied his petition considering he is a threat to society. [1]

Criminal career

References

Persondata
NAME Puch, Carlos Eduardo Robledo
ALTERNATIVE NAMES Puch, Robledo
SHORT DESCRIPTION Serial killer
DATE OF BIRTH January 22, 1952
PLACE OF BIRTH Buenos Aires, Argentina
DATE OF DEATH
PLACE OF DEATH

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