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...The mystery deepened for almost two years, until police in the City of Poughkeepsie found themselves looking for eight women who had simply vanished.
On Sept. 2, 1998, 10 years ago today, they would find seven of them - and one who had never been reported missing - murdered and hidden in the home of 27-year-old Kendall Francois.
April 1997 - Poughkeepsie Police made a decision to contact the F.B.I. for help. Although the F.B.I. investigators were interested, they were limited by the circumstances of the case. In order to establish a profile of a suspect, they needed a crime scene.
Area prostitutes reported that he was notoriously rough during sex.
Originally posted by DulcimerI don't think the police cared.
According to an FBI Behavioral Unit study 85% of the world's serial killers are in America. At any given time 20 - 50 unidentified active serial killers are at work continually changing their targets and methods.
Originally posted by Dulcimer
You could not be more off by thinking this case has anything at all similar to the feet in Canada.
I remember the story you shared with us, and I am still sorry for your loss.
the police aren't there to protect anyone. They can't protect you.