MUG SHOTS: Killers

Richard Speck

Richard Speck killed eight nurses who were living together in a Chicago townhouse in July 1966. In April 1967 a jury found him guilty of the murders and recommended he receive the death penalty. When the Supreme Court declared the death penalty unconstitutional in 1972, Speck was resentenced to 400 to 1,200 years in prison (the sentence was lowered to 300 years in 1973). He died of a heart attack in December 1991.

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He went into the townhouse with a knife, high on drugs. He wrangled them into one room then took them one by one into another room to either stab or strangle them. His final victim he raped and then killed. He lost count though, the ninth young lady hid under the bed until the next morning. When asked how he feels about taking all those young lives he replies, "Like I always felt. Had no feelings. If you are asking if I felt sorry, no."
wow 1200 years that means if he lived to do three life sentence and came back to life he would have to do what like 100 more life sentences DAYUM!
how'd he kill them?