'Chicago Cannibal' killer may be paroled after torturing, raping and murdering young women

CHICAGO (Fox 32 News) - A member of the cannibalistic Chicago “Ripper Crew” believed responsible for 20 cult-like mutilation sex slayings three decades ago is on the brink of being paroled.

The Chicago Tribune reports that relatives of the victims are outraged.

“He doesn’t deserved to be treated like a human being for the stuff he did to my sister and all the families and the women,” Mark Borowski said of Thomas Kokoraleis, 57. “It’s just sickening.”

Kokoraleis is scheduled to be paroled Sept 29 after serving half of a 70-year sentence for the rape and satanic ritual torture killing of 21-year-old Lorry Ann Borowski in 1982, the paper reported Friday.

Kokoraleis, his brother and two other men were part of a satanic gang that drove around in a red van looking for lone women to kidnap, beat, rape, torture and kill, according to the paper.

They cut off their victims’ breasts often while the women were still alive, as part of cannibalistic, sexual rituals.

Thomas's brother Andrew Kokoraleis was the last inmate executed in Illinois in 1999.

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