So they caught the BTK killer


#1

What do you think they should do? Life in prison, gas chamber, etc etc. I always say an eye for an eye. Discuss


#2

btk killer?? whos that?


#3

Links Detials Anything no idea who this is.


#4

holy shit- Bond Torcher Kill- he was a serial rapist and serial killer in kansas- he has eluded the cops for like 30 yrs- he send notes to the tv stations telling them to air his letters or he will strike again… he is a national psycho.


#5

really?? I had no idea who it was. Im gonna search for him and see what I can find out.


#6

This dude wanted to be caught… check this out

A timeline from 1974 to present surrounding the BTK case:

_ Jan. 15, 1974: Joseph Otero, 38, and his wife, Julie, 34, are strangled in their home along with two of their children, Josephine, 11, and Joseph II, 9.

_ April 4, 1974: Kathryn Bright, 21, is stabbed to death in her home. Police later conclude she was a BTK victim.

_ October 1974: The Wichita Eagle-Beacon gets a letter from someone taking responsibility for the Otero family killing. The message included crime scene details.

_ March 17, 1977: Shirley Vian, 24, is found tied up and strangled at her home.

_ Dec. 8, 1977: Nancy Fox, 25, is found tied up and strangled in her home. The killer’s voice is captured on tape when he calls a dispatcher to report the crime.

_ Jan. 31, 1978: A poem, referring to the Vian killing, is sent to The Wichita Eagle-Beacon.

_ Feb. 10, 1978: A letter from BTK is sent to KAKE-TV claiming responsibility for the deaths of Vian and Fox, as well as another unnamed victim. Police Chief Richard LaMunyon announces a serial killer is at large and has threatened to strike again.

_ Aug. 15, 1979: Police get more than 100 tips in the first day of radio and TV broadcasts that repeat the voice of the BTK strangler from the 1977 recording.

_ April 28, 1979: BTK waits inside a home, but leaves before the 63-year-old woman who lives there returns. He later sends her a letter letting her know he was there.

_ Mid-1980s: A group known as “The Ghostbusters” takes on the then cold case and during the next three years employs new DNA testing techniques, database searches and psychological profiles.

_ Sept. 16, 1986: Vicki Wegerle, 28, is strangled in her home. The family car is found nearby.

_ March 19, 2004: A letter arrives at The Wichita Eagle containing a photocopy of Wegerle’s driver’s license and photos of her body. Police link it to BTK.

_ April 2004: Wichita police subpoena information from the Wichita Eagle’s BTK Internet discussion board.

_ May 5, 2004: KAKE-TV receives a letter with photocopies of a business identification card of a former Southwestern Bell employee and an ID badge of a former Wichita’s public schools employee.

_ June 2004: Wichita police receive a letter describing the 1974 Otero family killings.

_ October 2004: Wichita police obtain a letter dropped in a United Parcel Service Inc. box. The correspondence contained jewelry.

_ Dec. 1, 2004: Wichita police arrested a man on minor charges and test his DNA for a connection to the BTK serial killings. He is later released on bond.

_ December 2004: A package containing the driver’s license of Nancy Fox, who was killed in 1977, is found by a Wichita resident in a neighborhood park.

_ Jan. 12, 2005: The man whose DNA was tested in December sues three media organizations, including The Associated Press. The AP is dropped from the defamation lawsuit in early February.

_ Jan. 25, 2005: KAKE-TV receives a postcard that leads police to a suspicious cereal box in a rural area northwest of Wichita, and asks an earlier missing communication. The postcard was from “S Killett” with the address of the Otero family.

_ Feb. 3, 2005: KAKE-TV gets another postcard, this one thanking them for its quick response. Police said they later found the missing communication No. 7.

_ Feb. 16, 2005: A different Wichita TV station, KSAS-TV, receives an apparent BTK message. The manila envelope contained a piece of jewelry and a letter. The letter’s return address said “PJ Fox.”

_ Feb. 25, 2005: Police and other authorities surround a home in Park City, a Wichita suburb.

_ Feb. 26, 2005: After receiving several more letters, authorities announce the arrest of BTK.


#7

WOW But you know most seral killer wont to be caught …I seen some documetaries on the serial … and its like a ego thing with them ( sick ) but they leave things for you to find iits like a clue for you to figure out …They all wont to be caught ??? b ut what ive never figured out is what makes them like this ??? what in ther twisted minds makes them think this is right ???


#8

freaks


#9

i really think they should have the EXACT thing done to them, as they did to others!!!


#10

yea but now he is old, who would want to bind torcher and kill him, id kil him and maybe torcher, but bind and molest- hell no :wtf


#11

:barf :rofl


#12

I say feed his ass razor blades


#13

via a rusty pipe :lol


#14

while he is forced to molest a dead cow from behind.


#15

[quote=AtlanticBlue99]while he is forced to molest a dead cow from behind.[/quote]yeah, make him earn his brown wings from a dead cow. AWSOME


#16

so yesterday evening we were sitting there watching forrest gump on abc and it came to a commercial…so they say that next on the news they will be covering the btk killer, so i turn to my brother and im like “dude that guy reminds me of a scout leader or something” and then like half an hour later on aim pops up a nifty little link from my brother

http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20050227/ap_on_re_us/btk_killings_38

and i just about died laughing


#17

was he your cub scout leader??? lol


#18

no, he just had the look…omg i dont even know why this is so funny…and im guessing me and my bro are the only people in the world that find our story funny…but i dont care cause im me and i think its funny.


#19

and your prolly high :cool

:funnah


#20

Well every one knows Jugs werid >>>>> But i think he should die the same way he killed his victums fair is fair no matter his age … he still did it