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Trial Begins for Alleged 'Grim Sleeper' Serial Killer Lonnie Franklin Jr .
The notorious "Grim Sleeper" trial began today in Los Angeles with a statement from L.A. County Deputy District Attorney Beth Silverman, more than three decades after the discovery of the alleged serial killer ’s first victim. In her opening statement, Silverman said that the evidence in this case
Chilling New Discovery in Serial Murder Trial
Lonnie Franklin, an L.A. auto mechanic, is accused of murdering 10 women since 1995; now he is allegedly linked to six more deaths.
Alleged 'Grim Sleeper' Serial Killer Heads to Court
Lonnie Franklin Jr., 63, has pleaded not guilty to killing 10 young women over a 20-year period and dumping their bodies in alleyways and garbage bins in Los Angeles.
Six More Deaths Linked to Grim Sleeper Serial Killer
Police have linked Lonnie Franklin Jr., the man charged with 10 murders in the "Grim Sleeper" serial killings, to several other deaths, according an Associated Press source. The source did not specify how many deaths police had connected to Franklin, but the Los Angeles Times reported the number as
'Grim Sleeper' Victim List Growing?
8 more victims could be tied to suspected LA serial killer Lonnie Franklin Jr.
'Grim Sleeper' Suspect Lonnie Franklin Jr . May Be Linked to 8 More Female Victims
New Evidence Uncovered May Tie the Former City Sanitation Worker to 6 Missing Persons, 2 Murders
'Grim Sleeper' Attorney Says LAPD Tainting Jury Pool With Photos
Photographs Found at Home of Suspect Were Released Last Week, Five Have Come Forward
Police Seek 'Grim Sleeper' Victims
Tonight we've learned the Los Angeles Police has been flooded with phone calls emails and visits to their web site after these faces were published on the front page of the Los Angeles Times. Investigators needed help identifying these women these images discovered at the home of a man that they
'Grim Sleeper' Cops Trying to Taint Jury Pool With Photos, Attorney Charges
The Los Angeles Police Department has tentatively indentified five of the dozens of women found in photos discovered on the " Grim Sleeper " serial killer's property. Deputy Chief of Police and Chief of Detectives David R. Doan said that "five people have identified five specific names" from photos
LAPD Releases 'Grim Sleeper' Photos
One hundred eighty images of women found on suspected serial killer's property.