Ruth George Murder Case: Chilling Details Reveal Indian-American Student Was Catcalled Before Her Rape & Murder at Garage
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Hyderabad, November 28: Chilling details have come to the front about the horrific cold-blooded murder of the Indian-American student in Chicago. Ruth George, originally hailing from Hyderabad and a student of the University of Illinois was found dead in the backseat of a family-owned vehicle on Saturday.

A probe has revealed that the accused Donald Thurman stalked and catcalled her. According to a Times of India report, this agitated Thurman and he went behind her, dragged her by the neck and took her to the car backseat, where he sexually assaulted her. Thurman confessed that he didn't engage in sexual intercourse, however, a used condom was found inside the car. Pregnant US Woman Strangled, Infant Cut Out of Stomach by Baby Snatchers.

On that day, Thurman wanted to talk to the victim because he thought she was pretty, but she kept on ignoring him. The victim kept on walking towards the parking space. Thurman grabbed her by the neck and put her on 'chokehold', she fell on the ground and then he put her in the backseat of the car and committed the heinous crime. In the morning, the victim's sister traced her to the garage, and later doctors declared her dead.

With the help of the CCTV footage, police got an idea about the description of the man and found that the place, where the incident took place, was his regular route, so next day, when he was again passing by that spot, he was immediately arrested. Thurman was charged with first-degree murder and aggravated sexual assault.