Your name is Samuel Little, but for the experienced detective Tim Marcia, This 79-year-old man is "badly bad."
The United States, has sentenced to three sentences of life for the the murder of three women in the Los Angeles area, currently in prison Texas and he has decided to talk about his criminal past.
Little sayshe killedleast a 90 people between 1970 a 2013, a confession that, if indeed, turned it into the serial killer who was convicted of more victims in modern US history.
"Believe it or not, you'll see it only bad in your career", Marcia, from Los Angeles Police Department, told the newspaper The New York Times.
"Looking into my eyes, I would say it's a bad bad"he counted
And whether the amount of details about the murders Little claims that they are committed, mostly against women, have left detectives, police and stupefied prosecutors.
"She is frightening her clarity on some things after this time. Remember names and faces, "Detective Michael Mongeluzzo, from Marion Sir, Florida, told the newspaper, where one of the murders admitted by Little happened.
So far, a number of researchers across the United States have found evidence They link Little in nine kills of all confessions.
There are at least a number of unexplained cases archived 14 states from each USA they are deceived in the light of this man's revelations.
The victims: poor women or shortcomings
Little is imprisoned since 2013 in Los Angeles for murder three women between 1987 and 1989, crimes that carry out three sentences of imprisonment for the time being.
But last July, DNA tests confirmed it participation eThe death of Denise Christie Brothers, so he was transferred to Sir Ector's prison in Texas.
Here, a detective identified by the newspaper And Washington Post as James Holland won Little & s trust and had him talked about her past crimes.
Y exboxer He collected a number of arrests for crimes such as kidnapping, rape or armed robbery for five decades.
He managed to get out of the prison "repeatedly," explained Beth Silverman, Los Angeles prosecutor who had the three sentences against Little.
The confessions show that Little has suffered mainly women, many of them poor or addicted to alcohol or drugs, according to the researchers.
Cases of such victims often remain unresolved in the US, which may have contributed to the Little ban for years.
Strangulation, your brand
According to the sources identified by And Washington Post a The New York Times, the man won the women's confidence, beaten, abused and drunken into death.
Prosecutor Beth Silverman referred to New York Times That sexual incentive was what Little moved, but he added that the man was offended if someone called him a rapist.
I said a bit that it had raised problems, but semen prosecutors found on the bodies and victim clothing.
"The way you get the Sexual satisfaction is at the outset"Silverman told the newspaper.
That is a bit of recent admission Melissa Thomas, 24, whose naked body was found in 1996 in a cemetery at Opelousas, Louisiana.
He said he was meeting her on the street and inviting her car to use drugs. They are parking next to the cemetery and when they were going to have sex in the back, began to compress their throat.
"Why do you still touch my throat? Are you a serial murder?" He asked, as Little said to the detective in the case, Crystal LeBlanc.
Then Little was fierce and decided to kill him.
For LeBlanc, it was striking how Remember the little names of the streets, bars and location of the small church of Opelousas churchyard.
The man used his strength in such an excessive way that one of the victims in the abdomen had suffered a spinal.
"God knew everything"
In the US history, Gary Ridgway, the "Green River murderer", was in prison for the death of 49 people in the 1980s and 1990s.
Randy Kraft said he had killed at least 65, but only in prison for murder 16.
"When we finish, we anticipate that Samuel Little will be confirmed as one of the most common serial killer in US history," said Bobby Bland, Ector County District Attorney, at The Associated Press. The New York Times.
The interrogators agree that Little shows no signs of regeneration, who tells everything in detail, as where every woman's body left years ago.
According to the description of detectives interviewed by the press, Little speaks with enthusiasm for her crimes and even laughing when he remembers details. "Yes charismatic psychopath "they say.
Sergeant Mongeluzzo asked him how he had managed to avoid being caught: "I can go into my world and do what I want to do," said Little, referring to the poor neighborhoods with drug addiction problems.
Detective LeBlanc was told, "God did so, so why should I ask for forgiveness?" The New York Times.
"God knew everything he did"he added.
She hopes and other detectives are dozens of archive cases see a solution Now Little has decided to talk about her past.
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