Investigators now suspect Dennis L. Rader may have been responsible for as many 13 slayings - including at least one that occurred after the death penalty was enacted in Kansas, a source with direct knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press on Sunday on condition of anonymity.
Sunday, February 27, 2005
Confession of BTK
Yesterday's reports were that all of the killings BTK was responsible for occurred while there was no death penalty in Kansas. Today, Dennis Rader's confession suggests he may have been responsible for as many as 13 murders, one of them after capital punishment was reinstated.