He Stood Accused of Infecting 7 With HIV. And Now He’s Dead


Glenn Mills, the New Zealand man charged with knowingly exposing 14 others to HIV by having unprotected sex, was found dead in his jail cell. The 40-year-old, arrested in May, allegedly infected five men and two women, all under age 28. The Press: “Police have said Mills was diagnosed HIV-positive in May 2007 but allegedly carried on with an active sex life. He profiled himself as a 32-year-old on various website and telephone dating services, attempting to solicit partners throughout the country and possibly overseas.” But just hours before he was due to appear in court, he was found dead in his Auckland cell — a suicide we’re guessing, since there’s no investigation into any suspects. A not-so-just end for someone who is, arguably, an alleged serial killer.