Saturday, April 23, 2011
ONE PART of a grisly puzzle has been solved by a Missouri cold case detective. The bones of a victim of an unsolved homicide that had been missing for many years were finally discovered at the University of Arkansas where they were being used in class.
Joseph Naso is now likely to spend his twilight years behind bars for the murders of Roxene Roggash, Pamela Parsons, and Tracy Tofoya, and Carmen Colon. So cunning was the killer that some of their bodies weren't found until years later, but now after decades of investigation, officers finally believe they have got their man.
FOR MORE than 41 years, a Tewksbury, Massachusetts family has endured a daily nightmare. Now, that nightmare appears to be over with the collapse of a Secrecy pact. On Sept. 17, 1969 John McCabe went to a high school dance and never came home. Just 15-years-old, he was found dead in a field. He had been gagged and
building, a peanut-shaped man is being shot by a helicopter and then laying face down. The dumb inscription? "Rivera Kills" referring to Tivera 13, his gang. The helicopter represents his nickname: Chopper. Bye Bye Dickhead.
HE'S BRIGHT. Cheerful. Likely in a relationship. He is Jekyll and Hyde come to life. And cops think he is the Long Island serial killer responsible for at 10 slayings of hookers whose bodies were dumped on a local beach. The New York Times has done a stunning job using criminologists, profilers etc to draw a "chilling" profile of the killer. Serial killer researcher Scott Bonn said: "This is someone who can walk into a room and seem like your average Joe."
ACCORDING TO THE TIMES: He is most likely a white male in