Wednesday, October 16, 2019

US: Man Confesses To Some 100 Murders

SourceSKY NEWS

Sky News:– A man who has confessed to nearly 100 murders and is serving multiple life sentences in a California prison is now considered the US most prolific serial killer, the FBI said.

Samuel Little, 79, has been in prison since 2012 for the murders of three women, but told detectives last year that he had killed 90 more across the US, between 1970 and 2005.

The FBI have now said that crime analysts and investigators believe all the confessions are credible, with 50 of them being verified so far – making him the most prolific serial killer in US history.

He told investigators that he strangled most of his 93 victims, many of whom were black women.

Many of his victims have never been found and his crimes are still being investigated by the FBI.

Earlier in the year, detailed pictures emerged, drawn by Little, thought to be of women that he murdered.

2 COMMENTS

  1. If It was a white man this article would read ” white American male found guilty of…..” . Its ablack guy so no one wants to mention his ethnicity.

    Just an example of how racist the media has become towards white males.

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