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Criminal alien suspect in Linnik kidnapping/murder named person of interest in second case Update and bumped: Charged with 50-plus counts of child rape

By Michelle Malkin  •  July 18, 2007 09:21 PM

Update: This will make you sick…

Terapon Adhahn, the man suspected in the kidnapping and murder of Zina Linnik and the person of interest in the death of Adre’anna Jackson, has been booked into the Pierce County Jail on multiple unrelated charges, including more than 50 counts of child rape.

According to the Pierce County Proescutor’s Office , Adhahn was booked into the Pierce County Jail on one count of kidnapping and three counts of first degree child rape for the May 31, 2000 kidnapping and rape of an 11-year-old girl who was found duct taped to a tree at Fort Lewis.

Adhahn has also been booked on one count of first degree rape, three counts of second degree rape and three counts of third degree child rape involving a girl who lived with him in Spanaway between 2001 and 2005. Probable cause documents indicate the girl told investigators that she was raped once or twice a week and that the total number of rapes was somewhere between 150 and 200. In some of the cases the girl, who lived with Adhahn between the ages of 12- and 15-years-old, told police she would sometimes be restrained. She said she ran away after the last rape in which she allegedly told Adhahn “No, I’m not doing that anymore.” The documents say “the defendant pointed a gun on her and told her to ‘shut up and just do it.””

Update: Adhahn has been charged…50-plus counts of child rapeVideo of my appearance on John Gibson’s show discussing the case and the Deport Them Now campaign.

KOMO TV reports on the latest development in the case of Thai immigrant Terapon Adhahn, suspected of kidnapping/murdering 12-year-old Zina Linnik…and now suspected in a second, horrifying case:

The man suspected of killing 12-year-old Zina Linnik has been named as a person of interest in the death of Adre’Anna Jackson, who was found dead in a Pierce County field in 2006.

Lakewood Police Lt. Dave Guttu said officers went back and showed Terapon Adhahn’s photo to residents in the Tillicum neighborhood where Adre’Anna lived, and several people said they saw him in the area around the time Adre’Anna disappeared.

Police found “he is commonly known as a handy man in that area,” Guttu said. “Stores or apartment complexes or individuals have used him as a handy man.”

The 10-year-old girl was last seen alive when she left for school December 2, 2005. Her remains were found April 4, 2006 by two young boys who were playing in a field.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner was not able to determine a cause of death.

Adhahn, 42, is expected to be charged in the kidnapping and death of Zina Linnik, who was taken from behind her home on July 4.

He provided the information that led police and FBI agents to the body and he is currently being held by federal immigration authorities.

Officials on Monday said they obtained a search warrant allowing them to collect a DNA sample from Adhahn, which could be used to connect him to other cases currently under review.

Linnik, whose body was found by police and FBI agents in a rural wooded area, died of “homicidal violence,” the Pierce County medical examiner’s office concluded.

The Seattle P-I adds this graphic:


This is Adre’Anna:


Stop the criminal alien revolving door.

Deport Them Now.

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