Leszek Pekalski, a Polish serial killer, was accused of killing 17 women from 1984 to 1992, admitting to killing up to 60 women during the trial, but then Leszek Pekalski denied the murder and the words were repeated , By the psychiatrist to determine personality disorder, need to be treated. The local court will make a final decision on June 19, possibly allowing Leszek Pekalski to spend the rest of his life in a mental hospital.
According to the British media, Leszek Pekalski, 51, who killed 17 women from 1984 to 1992 for a period of eight years to kill, stabbed, hit, kick, and so on, eventually in 1992 because of a murder 17-year-old girl was arrested, has been in prison for 25 years. He had admitted 60 murder cases in the course of the interrogation, and then immediately overturned his testimony.
British media BBC reported that Leszek Pekalski said he was a person who was not firm enough to be easily induced, was forced to drink alcohol-filled beverages, and was constantly intimidated to admit that he had never done it Crime, and he never killed, should be "acquitted." Polish local police contact six psychiatrists to consult suspects, who believe that Leszek Pekalski has personality disorder and needs treatment.