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John Balsarzak is one of two Milwaukee police officers involved in the trial of serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer.
Balsarzak and Joseph Gebrysh played controversial roles in the investigation.
Who is John Balsarzak?
According to Heavy.com, Balsarzak was one of two officers who handed a 14-year-old naked, bloodied boy to Dahmer.
Despite objections as to the scene of Dahmer’s neighbor Glenda Cleveland and other women, he handed it over to her.
That action led to the men being dubbed the “Dahmar Police”.
Dahmer killed and isolated 17 men over a 13-year period before being caught by the authorities.
He kept body parts, including the skull and genitals, as souvenirs.
On July 22, 1991, Milwaukee police officers arrested him after committing gruesome murders.
What happened in the Konerak synthsomphone incident?
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Konerak synthsomphone was 14 years old who managed to escape from Dahmer’s apartment.
According to the Chicago Tribune, he was naked, had bruises, bleeding and was under the influence of drugs.
Three women Sandra Smith, Tina Spivey and Nicole Childress searched Konerk and called the police.
Balcerzak and Gabrish answered the call.
According to the Tribune, Konerk was handed back to Dahmer, who convinced police that he was her 19-year-old boyfriend, despite the three women’s pleas.
The men listed the incident as a “domestic discord between homosexuals” and left Dahmer’s home shortly after.
An hour after leaving, Dahmer killed Konerk.
Where is John Balsarzak now?
Despite this controversy, the men enjoyed long careers with Wisconsin law enforcement.
According to the Advocate, the two officers were fired by Police Chief Philippe Areola, but a court order reinstated them.
Meanwhile, Dahmer was murdered on November 28, 1994, by fellow Columbia Correctional Institute inmate Christopher Skarver.
During the attack, Scarver also beat prisoner Jesse Anderson to death.
“He crossed the line with some people – prisoners, prison staff,” Scarver told the New York Post in 2015, referring to Dahmer.
“Some people who are in prison are repentant – but he was not one of them.”
Skarver told the newspaper that Dahmer would eat the organs harvested from the prison to provoke other inmates.
He said that Dahmer would also add packets of ketchup to be used as blood.
He said that “I saw heated conversations between [Dahmer] and other prisoners from time to time.”