Episode 6: New Evidence
With a cloud of suspicion hanging over the Suffolk County Police Department, Billy and Alexis interview the new officials in charge of the LISK investigation, plus share some startling new evidence that was recently revealed.
The suspect is alleged to have shot three people in Washington and two people in New York, killing two of the victims.
Christopher Scarver, who is serving time for killing his boss during a robbery, insists that Jeffrey Dahmer did not feel any remorse for his crimes.
“I destroyed all their lives. So now I’ve got to pay the price,” he reportedly has said.
Inside the crimes connected to professional, college and high school football players.
Wuornos, a former sex worker, claimed that her victims had either raped or attempted to rape her, and her serial killings were committed in self-defense.
The murderer’s 16-year medical career in New Jersey and Pennsylvania ended after he was arrested in 2003.
The self-professed anarchist was captured in 1996 hiding out in a primitive Montana cabin.
Investigators say that “an interpersonal conflict may have led to the shootings.”
“These types of anonymous seemingly haphazard killings can create a real sense of fear and unease,” the Miami-Dade County prosecutor says.
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“They were human beings and they have a story to tell,” says a professor whose students looked into the lives of the victims.