The FBI disseminates the sketch of a serial killer to identify his victims

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He was killed a long time ago and by tens. But Samuel Little has preserved their memory, that he has been able to draw the portrait of several of his victims with razor-sharp cold.

The american federal police has released sixteen sketches of women made by this man of 78 years old, that could be one of the worst serial killers in the United States, in the hope of being able to identify them.

Samuel Little, who is serving a life sentence for the murder of three women, confessed in may 2018 have actually committed 90 murders between 1970 and 2005, in fifteen States, most of which were passed unnoticed.

Since his confession, the FBI was able to confirm his responsibility in the death of 40 people, in vast majority of women in marginal, often prostitutes or drug users, rather black or hispanic.

For the other 50, the work continues. And the federal police put the memory of Samuel Little to close their file.

According to the FBI, he recalls with great precision the name of his victims (Alice, Mary-Ann, Linda, etc.), their age, places, and circumstances of the crimes.

For his portraits, he is reminded of the color of the eyes, the hair of his victims, and even the green band than the one she wore the day of the murder. Or earrings that are red to another.

But it is very unclear on the dates, which complicates the verification.


If the police can prove it, it could remove the sad record to be the one considered the worst serial killer in the country, Gary Ridgway.

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This man killed him also prostitutes or runaways in the 80’s and 90’s in Washington State (north-west). He was convicted of 49 murders and confessed to 71, but is linked to a dozen other disappearances.

Samuel Little, a former boxer, killed his victims in their wearing the heavy blows or choking before dropping their bodies on the side of the road or in landfills.

The lack of impact of bullets or blows of the knives, many of his homicides were classified as overdose, accidents or natural causes.

Arrested dozens of times for theft or violence, his wandering murderer has been suspected that on two occasions, in the early 1980s. And this is only in 2012 that the forces of order have established its responsibility in the murders of three women in Los Angeles in the late 80’s.

After his conviction, the FBI has re-opened old files with a modus operandi similar.

In may 2018, investigators have paid a visit to Samuel Little, in prison for the query. Willing to be transferred to another facility, he had agreed to cooperate. Beyond the expectations.