Alfred Gaynor "self portrait" drawing

Alfred Gaynor "self portrait" drawing

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Alfred J. Gaynor (born 1967) is an American serial killer and rapist who killed nine women in SpringfieldMassachusetts.

lfred Gaynor was born in 1967 in SpringfieldMassachusetts. Gaynor, a former handyman and crack addict worked odd jobs in the 1990s. He met several of his victims in a mutual search for crack cocaine and robbed some for drug money after strangling and raping them. Three of the women's bodies were found by their children. He killed 9 women between April 1995 and February 1998.

Gaynor was arrested on April 10, 1998. He was originally convicted of murdering JoAnn C. Thomas, Loretta Daniels, Rosemary A. Downs and Joyce L. Dickerson-Peay and sentenced to life in prison on May 19, 2000. After the death of his 67-year-old mother in 2006, he admitted to the rapes and murders. Gaynor denied guilt before his mother's death because he ‘just couldn't destroy everything she believed in. In 2010, Gaynor admitted to killing Vera E. Hallums, Jill Ann Ermellini, Robin M. Atkins and Yvette Torres in a plea deal with his nephew Paul L. Fickling, who had been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the murders of Amy Smith and Destiny Smith on Nov. 17, 1998. Gaynor admitted to killing Smith, while Fickling pleaded guilty to manslaughter, reducing his sentence to 19 to 20 years in prison minus the 14 he had already served.

On April 30, 1998, Gaynor was caught on video being attacked in court by a victim's son. The son, significantly larger than Gaynor, delivered several punches and then hit Gaynor with a chair before officers were able to gain control.

In 2005, Gaynor's art titled "A Righteous Man's Reward", depicting Jesus was offered on an online auction. In 2010, Gaynor tried to sell hair samples and a vampire drawing online.

The drawing is signed, Alfred Gaynor.

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