(NBC News) – The serial killer, who confessed to 90 killings, collected 16 of his alleged casualties because the FBI is working to link it to decades of old cold cases across the country.
Samuel Little was sentenced in 2014, when he was released in 1987. And 1989 Three women were killed in California. He was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences
. but in the last year, in exchange for a custodial sentence, "Little was ready to speak," the FBI said. unresolved deaths in more than 10 countries since 1970 by 2005
Recently, Little drew 15 women accusations that he claimed to have killed. One of the victims was found to be a man murdered in Miami called Mary Ann or Marianne, according to the FBI. 34 people died. Recently, eight more confessions have been confirmed or agreed with open cases, the FBI said on Tuesday
. However, more than half of confessions remain unconfirmed
“Little has been chosen to kill marginalized and vulnerable women who have often been involved in prostitution and were dependent on drugs. Their bodies are sometimes unknown and their deaths have not been investigated, ”said the FBI.
Because little, though competing boxer, usually dropped their victims, there were no obvious signs that the victims were killed.
Another challenge faced by researchers is that while Little can describe his victims and how and how he killed them in great detail, he is the date of the fog. , his methods, and how much he moved – the peculiarities of his crimes that begin to explain how he killed a murder for decades, "the FBI said.
Little December admitted guilty to Denise Christie Brothers in 1994 Texas
He "is in poor health and is likely to remain in prison in Texas until his death", November. Their purpose is "to identify their victims and to close justice in unresolved cases."