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Apr 20, 2021
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This is a documentary about the Haut de la Garenne child abuse scandal. It was aired on the BBC in March 2021.
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https://www.reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/9bdtf2/the_disappearances_on_the_a6_unresolved_crime/ "Called the Motorway of the Sun, the A6 is a motorway that connects Paris to Lyon, and is favored by vacationers as it is the main link to the South of France/the Riviera. A 200km/120mi stretch of this motorway is known as "triangle de la peur", or the triangle of fear, for 12 young female disappearances ranging from 1984 to 2005. Many have theorized one or more serial killers located in the area, and while some murderers have been caught, there are still a number of victims who have not had justice. All of the victims were young, with ages ranging from 13 to 37, all were taken or found around the triangle of fear, and they all had similar physiques. Despite many coincidences, no murders have been conclusively linked together as the work of a serial killer targeting the area, however, there are a few instances where the killer was later found out to be a serial killer." 1984 The first two disappearances of Les Disparues are considered to be two Belgian cousins, Marie-Agnès Cordonnier and Françoise Bruyère, both 22 and from Liège. They were hitchhiking and last seen at the bridge of Saint-Laurent in Mâcon, and have not been seen since. 1986 Sylvie Aubert was 23 years old when she disappeared the 14th of November, 1986, while returning home from her job as a cashier at a supermarket in Chalon-sur-Saône. Her body was found the 20th of April 1987, with her wrists bound by an iron wire, in the river Dheune at Géanges. She was strangled. A man named Ulrich Muenstermann, a serial killer and rapist, is suggested to have been the murderer. Muenstermann is currently serving life in prison for a 2004 rape and murder of a German woman and has been also linked to the murder of a French woman, Sylvie Baton, who disappeared in 1989. He denies being involved. Christelle Maillery was a 16 year old girl who disappeared and was killed on the 18th of December, 1986, who was stabbed 33 times with a blade of sorts, and found in the cellar in a low-income housing unit in Le Creusot. Her clothing, jewelry, and the knife used were found 200m/220yds away from the scene of the crime. The knife had a very unique sharpening on it, similar to the way that ballistics can trace bullets to the specific grooving of a gun barrel. Her murder was resolved when new info surfaced from a private detective hired by her family in 2003, which reopened the criminal investigation in 2005. Her boyfriend at the time named Jean-Pierre Mura who, in front of witnesses, offered him 2000 francs for his silence regarding knowledge of the death of his girlfriend. When Mura's home was searched in 2005, they found dozens of knives and a grinding stone that caused the same pattern etched on the knife used on Christelle Maillery as all the other knives. He received 20 years for the murder. 1987 In the summer of 1987, Marthe Buisson was found dead in an emergency lane strip of the A6, north of Mâcon. Her skull was cracked and according to witnesses, she was thrown from a "big light car." She was only 16 years old, and was a runaway. She was last seen at a toll booth to the north of Mâcon, however, some of her things were found to the south of the city, closer to Lyon. An anonymous letter regarding Marthe was sent to the police at one point, however, nothing came of it. On the night of the 2nd of September, 1987, 18 year old Nathalie Maire was first beaten with a broomstick, then strangled with an electric cord from a drink shop where she worked along the A6, north of Mâcon and not far from where Marthe Buisson was found. 15 days earlier she had given an account to the police regarding the finding of Marthe Buisson. It is unknown if the two events are connected, but they are quite the coincidence. 1990 Carole Soltysiak was only 13 years old, when she was raped and stabbed to death in the Rozeley Forest, close to Montceau-les-Mines, on the 17th of November, 1990. She was 15km/9mi from her home when she was found 2 days later. Discovered by hunters, she was nude save for her jewelry and partially burned, with 4 stab wounds noted on her chest and strangulation marks present. The autopsy noted that she was forced to drink alcohol before being sexually assaulted. Semen recovered at the crime scene was particularly interesting, as it contained no sperm. DNA was discovered under her fingernails, but at this time I have not found anything following up with testing it. Francis Heaulme, a serial killer and rapist is suspected to have been the killer, however, he denies the allegation. Heaulme has Klinefelter Syndrome, a syndrome where a male has two X chromosomes, in addition to his Y. One of the results seen by having XXY chromosomes is azoospermia, or the absence of sperm in semen. Over all, azoospermia appears in 1% of the male population, making his denial of involvement very suspect. 1996 Christelle Blétry was a 20 year old student who was found stabbed 123 times on the morning of December 28th, 1996. She was returning home from a friend's party the night before around midnight. We know that she fought back as she had 15 defensive wounds and without a doubt she managed to hurt her attacker. She was found in a ditch in Blanzy, around 100m from her house. In 2017 her killer, Pascal Jardin, was given a life sentence. In December 2004, Jardin pretended to be heating technician that was called to check on the boiler in a young woman's apartment, in a low-income housing unit. He undressed in her kitchen and then met her in the bathroom with a knife. The victim did live, and Jardin went to prison which is how his DNA was connected to Christelle Blétry's attack. 1997 Virginie Bluzet went out with friends in Bleaune on the night of the 7th, February 1997. 5 weeks later the 21 year old was found gagged, handcuffed, and with a pillowcase over her head on the bank of the Saône River. She was last seen by two witnesses having a big argument with her boyfriend, then leaving with him. The boyfriend denies this, and is suspected in her murder, but when a case was brought it was dismissed in 2002. Interestingly enough, she was known to have frequented the same discotheque. as another victim, Christelle Blétry. It is unknown if they knew each other. 1999 Vanessa Thiellon was 17 years old when she disappeared on the 1st of June, 1999, she was last seen arguing with her boyfriend over a parking lot. She was found 4 days later, undressed and on the bank of the river Saône, at Mâcon. The apprentice chef showed signs of being beatten, and despite several autopsies/reexaminations of the body there was no conclusive cause of death found. The current theory of the police was that of an overdose. No sexual assault was reported. In 2016 her body was exhumed in order to look for new clues in the search for her killer, however, there has been nothing new reported to the public in the investigation. 2005 Anne-Sophie Girollet was 20 years old and in her 3rd year of med school before she disappeared on the 19th of March, 2005 in Mâcon. She was at a dance gala and she was last seen after leaving just before midnight to drive home. The following day she was reported missing, and three days later her car was found submerged in the river Saône. On April 2nd her body was found floating in the river Saône by two walkers. An autopsy confirmed that she was beaten on her face and chest, sexually assaulted, strangled, and then thrown into the river. DNA found in the car and on her clothing was tested in 2012 which linked Jacky Martin to the murder, he was given a sentence of 30 years in 2016. Corinne Taret's last breath was the 5th of February, 2007, after 20 months in a vegetative coma. She was found on the 28th of Juen in 2005, a bullet in her head at her farmhouse's yard near a pond. She raised horses, and one of her apprentices was the one to find her. The theory of suicide was first advanced, and accepted quickly. Her family kept fighting to reopen an investigation, and in 2010 a green light was given. Despite the original examiner to have believed that it was suicide, three other professionals in Dijon have all agreed that based on the trajectory of the bullet, suicide is "unlikely." There have been no arrests made or suspects named.
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Cunanan FBI Files Pt. 1, pg 9-14
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Speck FBI File - Part 2, pg 22 - Victim Extortion
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https://www.brusselstimes.com/all-news/belgium-all-news/81363/michel-lelievre-former-accomplice-of-infamous-belgian-paedophile-dutroux-released-from-prison/
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Dec 21, 2019
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http://www.mkelgbthist.org/business/bars/cestlavie.htm "The C'est La Vie was founded and operated for many years by Clarence Germershausen, known to most in the community as "John Clayton". The bar's heyday was in the 1980's, when it was relatively popular and at the hub of an area of several gay bars (for many years it was one of 4 bars in a 1 block area: also including Gary's/ Circus/ Club 219 and BallGame, both just to the north, and The Phoenix just to the south). The bar had an active dance floor, good music, and a party atmosphere, with occasional shows. It was during this period that the bar was most popular with a wide range of men. Many younger guys met up with friends or otherwise started the night at C'est La Vie for a few drinks (and maybe a look at the strippers or the drag show) before moving on the the dance clubs, primarily Circus-Circus or Club 219, and less frequently The Phoenix. When there was a cover charge, it was modest compared to the cover charge of Club 219, and often included a drink in return- pretty much no cover if you had at least one drink. Throughtout, the bar was also known as a pickup place for young boys being sought by older men; and John's own prediliction of hiring the cutest and youngest men he could find certainly didn't detract from that reputation! The upstairs of the bar was also available for lodging, and many the young man saw his start in the gay community in Milwaukee by taking a job at C'est la Vie and living immediately above the bar. The August 1976 issue of the local "GLIB Guide" describes the business as follows: "Mixed traffic. Pool table, dancing, loud talk. Busy bar block." The 1980's also saw the bar's owner (Clarenece aka John Clayton) become something of a gay mogul in the city: he leased a building just to the south of the bar to both the Cream City Foundation as a community center space, and to the In Step newspaper. Within a few years however, both of those businesses moved out, partly because of the poor condition of that building. In the 1990's the bar went into something of a decline, mostly due to the neighborhood. The Club 219, which for a while was THE largest and most popular gay dance club in Milwaukee, was eclipsed by La Cage; and the gay/lesbian bar to the south began to go through several ownership changes as well. The neighborhood also became gentrified, with condos and art galleries moving into the area; these detracted from the closed "gay neighborhood" feeling, and also greatly restricted availability of parking. To keep up, the bar became less of a mainstream bar and became a speciality bar: its shows were either drag shows or young-men (almost boy) strippers." "When I worked at Cest La Vie, John Clayton had an unwritten rule; Cest La Vie bartenders were not allowed to go into 219 or Phoenix. Mostly 219. (There was friction between John and Bobby Lyons over property that was adjacent to Cest La Vie but was owned by 219. John was pissed because 219 would not sell it to him). Well not all of us bartenders followed that rule. I went on a date with what would become my 1st boyfriend (Danny Fonz) at 219. It was exciting as that had been the 1st dance club I had ever been to." - Jamie Taylor
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https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/from-the-archives-st-louis-serial-killer-victims-were-less/article_6d10868c-b3ef-5e32-81ab-bd450eb85268.html "Records show he was born Oct. 25, 1965, the son of Sandra A. and Michael V. Travis, who lived in the Carr Square public housing complex just northwest of downtown. He attended St. Louis Public Schools from 1971 to 1975. He was 10 when his family moved to a simple ranch house in Ferguson. Records show his parents divorced in 1978. The records also show that his mother remarried, but divorced again in 1993. A neighbor in Ferguson described Maury Troy Travis as a quiet, respectful boy who sometimes mowed her lawn without being asked and showed her how to use an electric hedge trimmer. She knew him by his nickname, Toby, and said he was a pleasant child with a soft heart. "I don't believe he could kill a fly, " she said. Other longtime neighbors said they have virtually no recollection of the boy. Records in the Ferguson-Florissant School District show he was enrolled in 1981 as a ninth-grader at Ferguson Junior High School. By 1982, he was a student at McCluer High School. Several students who attended McCluer at the same time said they cannot remember Travis. If he is pictured in any of the yearbook photographs, he is not identified. Sue Hanan, a retired English teacher at McCluer, said she immediately recognized Travis' name and photograph at the time of his arrest. She remembers him as a student in her basic English class, for students who failed an earlier English course. She describes him as "very quiet and withdrawn, incredibly quiet for a teenager." "Even the quiet ones can be noisy sometimes, but not him, " she said. School records show Travis graduated in 1985. Other documents indicate he then served two years in the Army Reserve, working as a medical and dental assistant. He took a variety of jobs with trucking companies in the area and volunteered at a local nursing home. By 1987, at age 22, Travis enrolled at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, a school with some 2,000 students and affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Hooked on what he described as a $300-a-day cocaine habit, and short on cash, Travis robbed five shoe stores in north and west St. Louis County in an eight-day period in March 1988. Joe Spiess, who as a St. Louis County police detective arrested Travis based on a car description, said recently: "He was respectful and quiet and reserved. He wasn't your typical type of criminal." Travis pleaded guilty of the robberies on Jan. 19, 1989, telling the court that he had used a plastic toy gun to steal money to pay for drugs. He told the judge he was so strung out that he barely remembered the robberies. At the sentencing hearing six months later, St. Louis County Circuit Judge Steven Goldman said letters of support seemed to indicate the crime spree was "an aberration in your character" resulting from the drug habit. Travis told the judge he had gone through a drug rehabilitation program and was "clean." "I got all that stuff out of my system, " he said, adding that he was "rehabilitated." Among the documents in Travis' court folder is a one-page letter from former U.S. Rep. William L. Clay. Written on congressional stationery, it asks the court for leniency. "I have known Mr. Travis and his family for a number of years and I feel he is deserving of special consideration in this matter, " Clay wrote. "Since January 1988, Mr. Travis has conducted himself in such a manner as to pose no threat to society. I am pleading that he be given leniency and probation with the condition of voluntary service at a charitable community agency . . ." Reached last week, Clay says he does not remember Travis or his family. During his congressional career, Clay said, he sent "thousands" of similar letters. On July 5, 1989, the judge sentenced Travis to 15 years in prison. He was four months from his 24th birthday. Two months later, Travis wrote a three-page letter to Goldman from the Farmington Correctional Center. Carefully hand-printed on yellow legal paper, the letter pleaded with the judge to reconsider the sentence. "Daily and hourly also at any given moment I think of taking my life, " Travis wrote. "The condition here are excruciatingly tormenting to say the least. Staying in my cell and crying myself to sleep most every night will not help, but it's so very hard to believe this has happened to me. "This whole situation is horrid and phantasmic. "If it weren't for such a caring cellmate, I'm very sure Id've committed suicide after my first day here at this institution." The letter complains of homosexual rapes, cramped living conditions, poor food and a proliferation of drugs. There is no specific claim that he was raped. He asks that his sentence be replaced by a 120- or 180-day "shock" imprisonment. Shortly after Travis was paroled on June 14, 1994, he moved into a duplex in the 8800 block of Lucas & Hunt Road. The Rev. Linda Harrison, whose home shared a common wall with Travis', said there was "not the tiniest" of problems while he was there. Once, she said, she was in the basement of the building doing wash when he surprised her coming down the stairs. "He startled me, " she said, "and he was so apologetic. He said 'Ms. Harrison, I'm so sorry.'" After that, she said, each time Travis came down into the shared basement, he would break into a hum or a song to let her know that he was coming. Harrison's son, Zabray Harrison, said he often drank a couple of beers with Travis in front of their homes. "I don't have a bad thing to say about him, " Zabray Harrison said. "I guess you never know what happens behind closed doors." In the years that followed - between two more prison stints on drug-related charges - Travis worked several restaurant jobs. During the summers of 2000 and 2001, he was a waiter at the restaurant at the Mayfair Hotel downtown. A co-worker, Dave Wucher, remembers Travis counseling him on the dangers of drugs. "He told me that crack and heroin were the worst thing that God put on this earth." Wucher said Travis also talked "every day" about his 2000 black Mitsubishi Eclipse. "He told me how to wax my car, how to take care of the engine." Wucher called Travis' car his "pride and joy." Once, Wucher said, he told Travis about a friend whose car was stolen and later found burning in East St. Louis. "Maury told me that East St. Louis was a good place to dump things because there's not many police around, " Wucher said. The bodies of at least four of Travis' suspected victims were found in the East St. Louis area. Sachs would sit with Travis in an interrogation room for the next three hours, until almost 2 p.m., trying somehow to work his way into Travis' mind, trying to understand what had made him who he was. Sachs asked him about girlfriends. Yes, Travis said, he had dated. He asked him about prostitutes. Yes, Travis said, he had paid for prostitutes. Had he been abused as a child, Sachs asked him. "No, " Travis said. "How about you?" At one point, Sachs said, he talked to Travis about the debate over whether the kinds of crimes Travis was suspected of committing were "inherent" or "learned" behavior. "He said I would never understand, " Sachs said. "He said he was born like this. He said he'd been like this since he could remember." Police said that during their interview, Travis seemed to show genuine affection and concern for only one person - his mother. "He seemed very fond of her, " Sachs said. But throughout the nearly eight hours of questioning, police said, they never saw any remorse, any feelings of guilt. "Absolutely none, " Sachs said. Sachs questioned Travis for nearly eight hours, before giving way to Douglas and Walker, who immediately began a more direct, more "in your face" confrontational interview that had produced results with past suspects. Just 19 minutes into the interview with Douglas and Walker, police said, Travis asked for an attorney, and the interview was stopped. "I am not going back to prison, " Travis told his interrogators. "I am not going back." Three days later, without being questioned by police again, he was dead - a pillowcase pulled over his head and his hands tied behind his back - in a hanging that Clayton police and the St. Louis County medical examiner agreed was very odd but a suicide nonetheless. A woman from Pagedale whose daughter dated Travis just last year said she never could have imagined that he was what she called "a real Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." "He always seemed so happy, so laid-back, " said the woman, who wanted her name withheld. "He was the perfect gentleman."
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Father's obituary - https://www.newspapers.com/clip/8188307/herbert_e_baumeister/ He was a member of various Indiana medical and several anestheologist associations. Served in the Army during WWII. News articles on found skull near a cottage the Baumeister's frequently visited. It was owned by Herb's mother. It was eventually written off as the skull of a Native American - https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/alt.true-crime/mCfEYhJLNVQ "A skull pulled from Lake Wawasee last month that originally was thought to have been primitive was actually in the water only about five years, Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine said Wednesday. Stephen Nawrocki, a forensic anthropologist with the University of Indianapolis, estimates the skull belonged to a white male 35 to 50 years old. Rovenstine said the department has no missing persons cases that fit the description. The department is exploring the possibility that the skull may be that of a suspected serial killer's victim. Herb Baumeister, who police say killed 16 men, most of them gay, committed suicide four years ago as investigators were digging up human bones behind his suburban Indianapolis home. "We're just exploring the possibility it could be one of his victims," Rovenstine said. Authorities said Baumeister's mother had a cottage on Lake Wawasee, about one-eighth of a mile from where the skull was found. A woman found the skull about 10 feet from shore while looking for rocks in the lake and called authorities." "New information indicates the skull pulled from Lake Wawasee last month may have been from the victim of a Indianapolis-area homicide. Debra A. Thomas of East Hatchery Road found the skull about 10 feet from shore while looking for rocks in the lake. After digging up the skull, Thomas put it on the shore and called authorities. Preliminary investigations noted that the skull might have been that of a primitive human or an Indian. However, Dr. Stephen Nawrocki, a forensic anthropologist with the University of Indianapolis, estimated that the skull belonged to a white male 35 to 50 years old and that it may have been in the water for only five to six years. The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department is exploring the possibility that the skull may be that of a victim of a serial killer, Herb Baumeister, who reportedly murdered several homosexual males between 1993 and 1996 in the Indianapolis. Baumeister committed suicide reportedly when investigators were closing in on him. Detective Sgt. Tom Brindle of the KCSD assisted the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department in that case in 1996 and recalled that although several thousand human bones were found on the farm where Baumeister and his family had lived, no skulls were ever located. The Fox Hollow Farm is in Westfield, a suburb of Indianapolis. Brindle said Baumeister apparently told an intended victim that he murdered 50 to 60 men. The case can be linked to Kosciusko County because authorities said Baumeister’s mother had a cottage on Lake Wawasee, about one-eighth of a mile from the location of the skull recovery. Local officials said if the skull is identified as belonging to one of Baumeister’s victims, an attempt will be made to determine whether additional skulls are in the lake, “but locating anything in Lake Wawasee could be difficult,” said Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine. Kosciusko County Coroner Larry Ladd said that Nawrocki was among the initial group of investigators in the Hamilton County case and “is very interested in it because of his earlier connection to the case,” Ladd said. He added that the research into the matter, including comparing the skull to X-rays of males who are missing and believed possible victims of Baumeister, will likely take several months. Officials said the information on the age of the skull was provided by Nawrocki before the Baumeister connection was theorized. Both Nawrocki and the KCSD are continuing their investigations." Article on the Sav-A-Lot Stores. Mentions Julie Baumeister but not Herb -https://newspapers.library.in.gov/cgi-bin/indiana?a=d&d=INR19890429-01.1.17&txq=Julie+Baumeister "It means everything in the world to me to make sure the store succeeds for the Children’s Bureau,” said Baumeister, manager of the store. "I’ve worked about 16-18 hours per day for the last nine months. This is going to be a big business. It is here to serve the people in the community, and ultimately, the Children’s bureau." Baumeister, a former English teacher at Broad Ripple High School from 1971-75, and a native of the Devington area, approached the Children’s Bureau with the idea last spring. Although Baumeister provided all of the resources to open the store, it is considered the property of the Children’s Bureau."
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Comprehensive post of all articles on the trial - http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/12/lonnie-franklin-jr-quick-links.html?m=1 This is the HBO documentary on the case by Nick Broomfield. Lots of interesting information. Mentions the camera Lonnie Franklin had in the back of his van, the trading of photos and videos with other people, and his son mentioning how his dad was thanked for keeping "the streets clean" - https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3i4h27
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Jane Doe victim found with scars from cuts on her arms. Ritual Abuse? (6/22/83) - https://washingtondigitalnewspapers.org/cgi-bin/washington?a=d&d=DISP19830622.2.4&e=-------en-20--1--txt-txIN-Green+River+Killer------ Alleged victim Kimberly Anne Reames who was not included on the official list was from Kansas. Trafficked to Seattle? (11/16/83) - https://washingtondigitalnewspapers.org/cgi-bin/washington?a=d&d=DISP19831116.2.13&e=-------en-20--1--txt-txIN-Green+River+Killer------ "Serial Confessor" shows up at Sea-Tac police station. Was sent to mental hospital (04/25/84) - https://washingtondigitalnewspapers.org/cgi-bin/washington?a=d&d=DISP19840425.2.46&e=-------en-20--1--txt-txIN-Green+River+Killer------ Interview with prostitute who escaped a man who claimed to be the Green River Killer. End of the article suggests multiple killers are involved with an additional 50 murders of prostitutes (01/05/86) - https://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=43647&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjE2NjE3ODUxLCJpYXQiOjE1NjcyNTA4OTMsImV4cCI6MTU2NzMzNzI5M30.bBod-wuoIBQY42iWrmh89BMnNFZvEQrLfKiGUyAf02w
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Various articles on all subjects - https://www.newspapers.com/clippings/#user=3423606 A Desert Death: The Road Show Comes to an End - https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1990-07-11-vw-282-story.html Melonie Haller's Lost Weekend (NY Magazine) - https://books.google.com/books?id=cOUCAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA44&lpg=PA44&dq=robert+mckeage+IV&source=bl&ots=IUJ39GfyUM&sig=ACfU3U3-ZPXTIKYy21NFqtYL-cj2RSMm8w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiQkpG48I3kAhWqm-AKHZIdDwgQ6AEwB3oECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false The Cotton Club Murder (NY Magazine) - https://books.google.com/books?id=secCAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA24&lpg=PA24&dq=roy+radin+new+york+magazine&source=bl&ots=Cn0Da1X5tm&sig=ACfU3U2sSx53SvTNPhiOIDHwpQVYDaYOAQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwip0fek9I3kAhWEneAKHd2TBK4Q6AEwEHoECAgQAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false Cotton Club killers' satanic links buried - https://larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1991/eirv18n32-19910823/eirv18n32-19910823_068-cotton_club_killers_satanic_link.pdf
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This is the most in depth website on the case. Thought i'd share this with the forum. http://sonofsamconspiracy.com/index.html
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