Europe

‘Ice Cream Killer’ Moved to All-Male Prison

Goidsargi Estibaliz Carranza Zabala (C) arrives for the beginning of her trial at the regional court in Vienna on November 19, 2012.  (DIETER NAGL/AFP/Getty Images)
Goidsargi Estibaliz Carranza Zabala (C) arrives for the beginning of her trial at the regional court in Vienna on November 19, 2012. (DIETER NAGL/AFP/Getty Images)

An Austrian convicted murderer known as the “Ice Cream Killer” is being transferred to an all-male prison because authorities have deemed her too dangerous to...




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