The BTK Stranger - Dennis Rader

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Running head: THE "BTK" STRANGERThe "BTK" StrangerName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1THE "BTK" STRANGERDennis Lynn Rader, The “BTK” StrangerDiscussion Dennis Rader who is known as Dennis Lynn Rarer is one of the famous American serial killerwho has been found guilty for murdering 10 people in Kansas in the year from 1974 and 1991.This killer also recognized as the BTK Killer or the BTK Strangler where B for blind T fortorture and c for kill. When he murdered someone he used to send letters to the police about describing thedetails of the murders and the local news offices before he arrested by the police. After severaltimes in 2004 while he sending letters, this followed him and lead the police to arrest him in2005 and where he found subsequent guilty plea (Ramsland, 2016). Therefore he was servedwith 10 consecutive life sentences at El Dorado correctional facility in Kansas (Hickey, 2013). He has murdered 10 people in Kansas and it has been found that after he killed someonehe collected something from the murder place. However one person was successfully escapedfrom the death among the victims. Along with this issue it has been also found that the murdererhas always send taunting letters to the police and the newspaper about how he murderedsomebody. In each letters he always demanded for media attention and he used to write a parodyof the lyrics of different song after he murdered the victims. According to the process of thecourt when it has found about the DNA testing has applied hundreds of men where test hasalmost 1300 DNA samples were taken and later expert of the court’s order it was destroyed(Ramsland, 2016). Raider was charged with 10 counts of first degree murder by the court and itwas also found that in every murder he except the crime and along with it he also confessed tomurder another person who will be connected in this case process (Hickey, 2013).

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