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  • At last, Green River Killer caught?

    It finally seems the Green River Killer has been caught. Probably no big news across the country, but it's probably the biggest law enforcement victory in the NW. Here's the local news:

    Green River Killer

  • #2
    Very interesting.

    When I worked up there in the late 80's, the task force was really desperate.

    It was my understanding that the killings had stopped for a while, leading them to believe the guy either moved, died or was in jail.

    I also recall Bundy was a suspect in a few and he did offer to tell info about the case before FL executed him, indicating that he was either involved or knew who was doing it.

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    • #3
      Bundy was too smart for his own good. He operated in that area, but if he had known who the killer was he would have rolled over on 'em for a better deal. That's Bundy.

      There were even two searches conducted on Travis AFB and one on Fort Ord, which is mighty far from the murder sites; with zero results of course.

      It's good to have this DNA on tap now.

      Jim Burnes

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      • #4
        Bundy knew stuff. He was feeding it to them little bits at a time. He admitted to several unsolveds and the facts backed him up.

        The "problem" was that there was NO WAY IN HELL Florida was going to let him live after what he did here. He tried dragging it out, letting them have little bits, prolonging his life.

        The decision was made that enough was enough. He was pretty much told, you die tomorrow, tell us what you want, but you still die tomorrow. And they put an end to it. He had more info.

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        • #5
          That's right. It's odd to see how some crimes that where fresh "then" wind up now. There are others too, I can recall from that time period that remain unsolved. Only dogged police work will bring them to conclusion for the the victims.

          Jim Burnes

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          • #6
            Bundy was truly pathetic. I'm glad they didn't fall for that "I will give you more info" ruse he tried. He was a coward to the end.

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            • #7
              My Lt. gave Bundy a traffic ticket in that VW way back when he was a patrol officer.

              He tried to kidnap a woman in our city but she got away. I'm told that she was the only surviving victim of ole' Ted.

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              • #8
                There' a book titled "The Riverman-Ted Bundy And I Hunt for the Green River Killer" by Robert D.Keppel. Whilr reading it, you can see how manipulative Bundy was. It makes for some interesting reading
                "The streets of Philadelphia are safe...it's the people that make them unsafe"---Frank Rizzo
                http://hometown.aol.com/ppd9886/PhillyCopSpot.html

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                • #9
                  "I'm told that she was the only surviving victim of ole' Ted."

                  I'm a little rusty on my Bundyology...but if I recall, one of the girls in the sorority down here survived.

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                  • #10
                    Nite, you might be correct but it gives the old-timers in my Dept something to feel warm and fuzzy about.

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                    • #11
                      Does she still live in the area? Does she have a sort of dark celebrity status from it?

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                      • #12
                        There are actually 3, counting the one you just talked about but one was not assaulted. One was a young lady in a seperate home that survived, albeit it with neurological disorders that stopped her dancing career. The other as not a young woman he assaulted but she was a sorority sister who hid and saw Bundy as he left the sorority house.
                        If there were any others, I don't know about them. There was a young woman at a lake he tried to talk into "helping" him (his arm was in a sling) but her radar was up and she wouldn't fall for it.

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                        • #13
                          If the currently incarcerated guy is really the GRK, & he killed 49+ women in a two year span, then what has he been doing in the 17 years since? I can't believe he stopped.

                          Millions of dollars will be spent by multiple jurisdictions & states, to see if any other cases can be tied to him. A one-man killing machine with a serious hatred for women.

                          And the neighbors said he seemed so normal.... (That has become a cliche')

                          We have a long way to go to solve the "serial killer" syndrome.

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                          • #14
                            NO serial killer goes 17 years without killing unless he was in jail somewhere. They can't help themselves.

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                            • #15
                              King County adds $12 million in property taxes to investigate GRK case!

                              What do you think of this?

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