In the United States of America, 78-year-old prisoner Samuel little, who was sentenced to life in prison 4 years ago, has made a horrific confession. The man said that the guilty in the murders of 90.
This information reports the BBC.
The FBI is now implementing a verification statement 78-year-old convict.
It is known that in 2014, the man was sentenced to prison for the murder of three women. In court, he denied his guilt, although not all testified in his favor.
Four years later, Samuel little said in total between 1970 and 2005, he committed 90 murders.
Investigators have managed to confirm his guilt in the murders of 34 of the remaining cases are still under investigation. It is noted that most often the victims of the maniac were women belonging to socially vulnerable groups – prostitutes and drug addicts. Details of their death were never reported, so these cases have failed to investigate properly.
Recallthat in Kiev to life imprisonment sentenced 30-year-old man who killed two people with a firearm. About it reports a press-service of capital Prosecutor’s office. In addition, the police proved an attempt on the life that he made before the arrest.
It is now known that in October 2014, victims of the killer were two of Kiev that provided road transport services. Then killed their victims shot in the head and later buried in the forest near Kiev.
“To take the car of the victims, the killer was agreed with them about the meeting in deserted places at night. The suspect had killed his victims with shots to the head. Their bodies, the man first hid in the garage, and then transported to a forest near Kiev and buried. The cars of the victims, the attacker was distilled in Nikolaev where C disassembly”, – stated in the message.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.