The Romanian Prosecutors’ Office conducted a statistical study of all murders committed in the country in the five years from 2011 to 2015, a total of 2,529 cases. The study found that about half of all crimes had been committed after nightfall and the other half during daylight, with streets being the most likely locations of a crime.
But the prosecutors – while giving no explanation why they did it – also looked into the Zodiac signs of both victims and perpetrators. They found that Leos were the most frequent victims, followed by Virgo and Gemini.
The top of the killers’ list consists of Capricorn, Taurus and Cancer.
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