[Mark Busch - email@example.com]
"I feel sick to my stomach and disturbed because I feel that anyone who raped, tortured and murdered should not be free to walk among people who every day follow the law and help their neighbors and friends in times of need and distress," Borowski's brother Mark said during a news conference Sept. 29 at the Best Western at O'Hare in Rosemont. "Anyone who violates both the moral and criminal law and has no respect for human dignity or life has no right to a place outside of prison or on this earth."
Kokoraleis was part of the Chicago Ripper Crew, known for the abduction, rape, mutilation and murder of several women in cannibalistic rituals in the early 1980s in the Chicago area.
He was convicted of the May 15, 1982, murder of Lorry Borowski, 21, of Elmhurst, after her abduction near a former RE/MAX location in Elmhurst where she worked. Her remains were discovered Oct. 10, 1982, at the Clarendon Hills Cemetery in Darien. Her left breast was absent, and there was evidence that indicated trauma from an ice pick.