Meet the Female Murderer Who is So Dangerous that She’s Being Sent to an All-Male Prison

A woman who is widely considered to be too dangerous based on her unbelievably heinous crimes, has been served her punishment.


Estibaliz Carranza
Estibaliz Carranza, a female murderer who is dubbed the ‘ice cream killer’ is thought to be so dangerous she will be the first to be moved to an all-male prison, according to a Metro UK report.
The woman, an ice cream parlour owner, took the lives of both her former husband and her lover when they failed to get her pregnant in 2008.
She killed the two ice cream men, before cutting them into pieces with a chainsaw and hiding them in one of her freezers, using air freshener to hide the smell.
When neighbours asked her where the chainsaw noise was coming from, she told them it was a new type of ice cream machine.
Carranza was sentence to life imprisonment in 2012 and is now being moved from her prison in Schwarzau to a special centre in Asten, near the city of Linz in Austria.
The state-of-the-art prison already holds 91 men, with 13 more female inmates soon set to be moved there.
The all-male prison where Carranza will be taken
Prisoners are allowed free movement within the centre, which has single and double rooms and allows inmates to cook their own meals together.
There is also a lounge area with a TV.
For the 91 prisoners already in the building, there are 45 nurses, 18 therapists, four doctors and eight prison guards on duty.
Carranza has only been given the green light to move to the prison as prison officers have deemed she shows an ‘advanced reduction of the relevant dangerousness’.
Court psychologist Heidi Kastner testified during her trial, saying that she was fully accountable for her actions and that she had a high chance of relapse.
She said at the time that therapy would most likely not work for her.

Carranza buried the bodies in the cellar
Her lawyers Rudolf Mayer and Werner Tomanek said she has made significant strides forward since being incarcerated.
In a joint statement they said: ‘It is important that our client can finally be comprehensively treated.’
The lawyers are still aiming for Carranza to be eventually transferred to a prison in her native Spain, but such a transfer would only be possible if the 38-year-old is considered cured.
They added that the Mexican-born Spanish national is studying business during her time behind bars.