America's most prolific serial killer interview

neloangelo

Elder Lister
The FBI has confirmed Samuel Little, 79, to be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history. Little has confessed to 93 murders between 1970 and 2005, and FBI crime analysts believe all of his confessions are credible. Law enforcement has been able to verify 50 confessions, with many more pending final confirmation. He is currently in prison in Texas. Some of his professed victims, however, have not been identified. In interviews with Texas Ranger James Holland, Little describes five such killings. Little said the incidents took place in North Little Rock, Arkansas; New Orleans, Louisiana; Miami, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Covington, Kentucky.

 

Mr Black

Chief Lister
He looks like he enjoys telling people about those women he murdered. He is practically relieving those moments. Disgusting!
Serial killers are often very chatty, they are also very compelling liars so everything they say has to be vetted for truthfulness. They can scarce can keep away from publicity, for them it is a drug
 

Tiiga Waana

Elder Lister
He looks like he enjoys telling people about those women he murdered. He is practically relieving those moments. Disgusting!
I will surprise you Sir. He could very well be lying. Criminals and convicts are for most times the worst liars ever. Trust me. They lie to show off, on most part. Never ever believe their confessions.
 

Tiiga Waana

Elder Lister
You all did read this part, yes?

There's no way a random person would know the location of FIFTY murder victim remains without having taken part in their murder.
My Sister @Nefertiies,
These people are liars. They lie to their teeth. How comes even after they confessions the law enforcement did nothing to them?
These people know very well that you can only be arrested for cause. Arrests can not be willy- nilly and arbitrary. And the threshold is balls deep, Sister. Otherwise you have a big case on your hands for illegal arrest.
 

Nefertities

Chief Lister
These people know very well that you can only be arrested for cause
Hehe he is in custody, no? Also, he may be able to get off (in some states) if his lawyer is able to prove that some of the murders have surpassed that thingy with statute of limitations and stuff. But I doubt that applies to murders committed in 2005. And looking at him and his current age, I'm pretty sure most of his confirmed confessions mostly cover the recent murders. His memory may be foggy on those committed in the '70s but he definitely remembers the most recent ones.
 

Ngimanene na Muchere

Chief Lister
Hehe he is in custody, no? Also, he may be able to get off (in some states) if his lawyer is able to prove that some of the murders have surpassed that thingy with statute of limitations and stuff. But I doubt that applies to murders committed in 2005. And looking at him and his current age, I'm pretty sure most of his confirmed confessions mostly cover the recent murders. His memory may be foggy on those committed in the '70s but he definitely remembers the most recent ones.
Wi muthaka muno mwendwa wakwa
Njata yakwa ya kiroko
Ta ihua ria Sharon
Wi riri gukira ruru
Goro gukira thahabu
 

Tiiga Waana

Elder Lister
Hehe he is in custody, no? Also, he may be able to get off (in some states) if his lawyer is able to prove that some of the murders have surpassed that thingy with statute of limitations and stuff. But I doubt that applies to murders committed in 2005. And looking at him and his current age, I'm pretty sure most of his confirmed confessions mostly cover the recent murders. His memory may be foggy on those committed in the '70s but he definitely remembers the most recent ones.
There is no jurisdiction in the entire planet where charge for murder can be defeated by statutes of limitations. None.
Convicts, like the one in question have nothing to lose by giving establishment a run down the garden path. It gives them drama and stories to tell in the exercise yard.
 

neloangelo

Elder Lister
You all did read this part, yes?

There's no way a random person would know the location of FIFTY murder victim remains without having taken part in their murder.
Yes those 50 were committed by him. The problem with serial killers is that they love to inflate the number of murders they committed.
 

neloangelo

Elder Lister
My Sister @Nefertiies,
These people are liars. They lie to their teeth. How comes even after they confessions the law enforcement did nothing to them?
These people know very well that you can only be arrested for cause. Arrests can not be willy- nilly and arbitrary. And the threshold is balls deep, Sister. Otherwise you have a big case on your hands for illegal arrest.
This old man was already arrested for 50 confirmed murders. His confessions are for the other unsolved cases. Unlike our pamba american cops tend to also try to solve cold cases, unfortunately for the detectives interviewing him there is a high chance the serial killer is lying about some of the other cold cases.
 

Nefertities

Chief Lister
Too bad he wasn't as keen on keeping records as other serial killers. But then again, he definitely chose victims who "would not be missed" and as is to be expected with African American serial killers, he only went unnoticed because his victims were those usually neglected both by law enforcement and society in general. I guess it helped being black as well because for the longest time, behavioral specialists and the like assumed that most crimes committed could be classified by race. Meaning they were not looking for serial killers among the black population.
 

neloangelo

Elder Lister
Too bad he wasn't as keen on keeping records as other serial killers. But then again, he definitely chose victims who "would not be missed" and as is to be expected with African American serial killers, he only went unnoticed because his victims were those usually neglected both by law enforcement and society in general. I guess it helped being black as well because for the longest time, behavioral specialists and the like assumed that most crimes committed could be classified by race. Meaning they were not looking for serial killers among the black population.
And also him killing during the 70s and 80s was advantageous due to lack of high tech modern forensics and street cameras.
 
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