In June 2001, Mohammed Adam Omar, a man known as the Sana’a Ripper, was executed in Yemen. He was suspected of the murders of up to 16 women in Yemen and many others in different countries. Omar worked as a morgue technician at Sana’a University and lured female students to the morgue under the guise of helping them with their studies. He then brutally attacked and murdered his victims. One determined mother brought him to the police’s attention.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Omar, the Sana'a Ripper. At one point, Omar confessed to killing over 50 women in multiple countries. But in the end, he tried to say that he killed two. That's only one of the questions that remain in Omar's case. Just exactly how many women did he kill? Also, it appears as though he was involved in a body part ring. Many people think others involved were in the upper echelon of society and therefore protected from prosecution.
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