Nepal to release ‘The Serpent’ serial killer Charles Sobhraj

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Nepalese supreme court orders release on account of old age of man jailed for murders of two tourists

The Nepalese supreme court has ordered the release of the French serial killer Charles Sobhraj, known as “the Serpent”, who preyed on western tourists travelling on the hippy trail in south Asia in the 1970s and was jailed for life for the murder of an American woman.

Sobhraj, who has French citizenship and is of Indian and Vietnamese descent, has been linked to the killings of 20 foreign tourists across Thailand, Nepal and India. He is said to have lured them in before drugging, robbing and murdering them.

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Written by Hannah Ellis-Petersen South Asia correspondent
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/dec/21/nepal-court-orders-release-the-serpent-serial-killer-charles-sobhraj under the title “Nepal to release ‘The Serpent’ serial killer Charles Sobhraj”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.