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Mayor Asks Halfway House To Reconsider Letting Ripper Crew Member Live There

The mayor of Aurora is asking a local halfway house to reconsider its decision to let a member of the infamous Ripper Crew live there. Mayor Richard Irvin said allowing Thomas Kokoraleis [[ co-cor-raliss ]] to live at Wayside Cross Ministries is too big a safety risk for the city of Aurora. Kokoraleis was released from prison Friday after serving half of a 70-year sentence for the 1982 murder of Lorraine Borowski of Elmhurst. He was part of the Ripper Crew, a satanic cult believed to be responsible for a string of violent, sexually motivated murders of Chicago area women in the early 80s.

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