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10 Terrifying Facts From The Green River Killer, Who Murdered At Least 49 Women

The Green River killer, which is the subject of this week’s Martinis Murder podcast, came onto the police and public’s radar with a bang on August 5, 1982, when three bodies were found in the Green River near Seattle. A few days later, three more bodies were found in the area. They were all young prostitutes working on and around the SeaTac strip, which is near the Seattle-Tacomah International Airport, and they had all been killed the same way.

Over the course of years, dozens more young sex workers would fall prey to the Green River Killer, who eluded police for 20 years. In a case that gripped the country, horrifyingly brutal acts were committed by a serial murderer who seemed like a ghost, as he deftly evaded capture by authorities who were sinking serious resources into the case. But in 2001, new DNA technology allowed old evidence to be thoroughly

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‘Pure evil’ Green River Killer TV profile airs June 2

By Craig Sailor / The News Tribune

Puget Sound’s most prolific serial killer is the subject of an HLN crime show Friday.

“Beyond Reasonable Doubt” profiles the hunt for Green River Killer Gary Ridgway.

The series, which airs 9 p.m. Friday on HLN, showcases the advances in forensic science and technology that solved high-profile criminal cases of the 1900s.

The Green River show opens with personnel removing a covered body from the banks of the river. Victims first appeared in 1982.

“The Green River case is the most unusual case, I think, in the history of this country,” says U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert.

Reichert puts the number of Ridgway’s victims at between 60 and 80.

“It was like looking into the eyes of pure evil,” Reichert says of Ridgway.

Reichert served as the lead detective on the case when he worked for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

The Republican congressman is a big part of the show that uses

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Green River Killer on TV: ‘Like looking into the eyes of pure evil’

Puget Sound’s most prolific serial killer is the subject of an HLN crime show Friday.

“Beyond Reasonable Doubt” profiles the hunt for Green River Killer Gary Ridgway.

The series, which airs 9 p.m. Friday on HLN, showcases the advances in forensic science and technology that solved high-profile criminal cases of the 1900s.

The Green River show opens with personnel removing a covered body from the banks of the river. Victims first appeared in 1982.

“The Green River case is the most unusual case, I think, in the history of this country,” says U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert.

Reichert puts the number of Ridgway’s victims at between 60 and 80.

“It was like looking into the eyes of pure evil,” Reichert says of Ridgway.

Reichert served as the lead detective on the case when he worked for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

The Republican congressman is a big part

Read more at: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/crime/article153503339.html

Hunt for Green River Killer Gary Ridgway is subject of HLN’s …

Puget Sound’s most prolific serial killer is the subject of an HLN crime show Friday.

“Beyond Reasonable Doubt” profiles the hunt for Green River Killer Gary Ridgway.

The series, which airs 9 p.m. Friday on HLN, showcases the advances in forensic science and technology that solved high-profile criminal cases of the 1900s.

The Green River show opens with personnel removing a covered body from the banks of the river. Victims first appeared in 1982.

“The Green River case is the most unusual case, I think, in the history of this country,” says U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert.

Reichert puts the number of Ridgway’s victims at between 60 and 80.

“It was like looking into the eyes of pure evil,” Reichert says of Ridgway.

Reichert served as the lead detective on the case when he worked for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

The Republican congressman is a big part

Read more at: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/crime/article153503339.html

Green River Killer on TV – The News Tribune

Puget Sound’s most prolific serial killer is the subject of an HLN crime show Friday.

“Beyond Reasonable Doubt” profiles the hunt for Green River Killer Gary Ridgway.

The series, which airs 9 p.m. Friday on HLN, showcases the advances in forensic science and technology that solved high-profile criminal cases of the 1900s.

The Green River show opens with personnel removing a covered body from the banks of the river. Victims first appeared in 1982.

“The Green River case is the most unusual case, I think, in the history of this country,” says U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert.

Reichert puts the number of Ridgway’s victims at between 60 and 80.

“It was like looking into the eyes of pure evil,” Reichert says of Ridgway.

Reichert served as the lead detective on the case when he worked for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

The Republican congressman is a big part

Read more at: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/crime/article153503339.html

Green-River-Killer: "Mögen die Ladys in Frieden ruhen"

Wann es begonnen hat. Gute Frage. Ja. Wann hat der Rausch begonnen. Manchmal kommen ihm Ladys in den Sinn, die hat er einfach dagelassen. Gegen einen Zaun gelehnt. Auf der Straße. Aber danach stand nichts in der Zeitung. Vielleicht sind die aufgewacht. Anders kann er sich das nicht erklären. Ist jedenfalls lange her. Alles durcheinander im Kopf. Sind so viele gewesen. Die Friedhof-Ladys. Die Fluss-Ladys. Die in der Nähe des Zeltplatzes. Die mit den Steinen. Im Gericht hat er gesagt: “Es tut mir sehr leid für die Ladys, die nicht gefunden wurden. Mögen sie in Frieden ruhen. Sie haben einen besseren Platz verdient als den, den ich ihnen gab.” Haben sie wirklich. Aber … keine Ahnung.

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Es ist warm an diesem 15. Juli 1982, ein unbescholtener Tag, als zwei Jungen mit ihren Fahrrädern am Green River entlanggondeln, schöne Gegend, ganz im Süden von Read more at: http://www.stern.de/panorama/stern-crime/green-river-killer---moegen-die-ladys-in-frieden-ruhen--7411904.html

Er brachte 48 Frauen um – die Geschichte des Green-River-Killers

Wann es begonnen hat. Gute Frage. Ja. Wann hat der Rausch begonnen. Manchmal kommen ihm Ladys in den Sinn, die hat er einfach dagelassen. Gegen einen Zaun gelehnt. Auf der Straße. Aber danach stand nichts in der Zeitung. Vielleicht sind die aufgewacht. Anders kann er sich das nicht erklären. Ist jedenfalls lange her. Alles durcheinander im Kopf. Sind so viele gewesen. Die Friedhof-Ladys. Die Fluss-Ladys. Die in der Nähe des Zeltplatzes. Die mit den Steinen. Im Gericht hat er gesagt: “Es tut mir sehr leid für die Ladys, die nicht gefunden wurden. Mögen sie in Frieden ruhen. Sie haben einen besseren Platz verdient als den, den ich ihnen gab.” Haben sie wirklich. Aber … keine Ahnung.

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Es ist warm an diesem 15. Juli 1982, ein unbescholtener Tag, als zwei Jungen mit ihren Fahrrädern am Green River entlanggondeln, schöne Gegend, ganz im Süden von Read more at: http://www.stern.de/panorama/stern-crime/green-river-killer---moegen-die-ladys-in-frieden-ruhen--7411904.html

The Morning News: Dave Reichert Might Be Worse Than the Green River Killer, First Hill Streetcar Is Back

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If Trumpcare Becomes a Reality: Then Dave Reichert, who is all for it, will have more dead bodies on his hands than Gary Leon Ridgway, the serial killer he pursued for two decades. In 2001, Ridgway, who worked in a truck factory, was arrested and interviewed extensively by Reichert, then a sheriff and a leading member of the Green River Task Force. In 2004, Reichert published the book: Chasing the Devil: My Twenty-Year Quest to Capture the Green River Killer. Also in 2004, Reichert ran for Congress and won.

Now, from the human perspective, the Republican congressperson appears to be a good guy and

Read more at: http://www.thestranger.com/slog/2017/03/20/25029949/the-morning-news-dave-reichert-might-be-worse-than-the-green-river-killer-first-hill-streetcar-is-back