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By Dennis McDougal

Randy Kraft was once very smart, politically energetic, dependable to his associates, dedicated to his work--and the killer of sixty seven people--more than the other serial killer recognized. This booklet deals a glimpse into the darkish brain of a dwelling monster. "To open this publication is to open a peephole into hell"

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The one who had to explain what all those numbers and computer printouts and all those peaks and stutters cast up by the over-head projector meant. Evidence that the accused was (or was not) one in a quadrillion or some other astronomical number that the human brain couldn’t fathom. If the police really had arrested someone from Auburn, based on a DNA match, that meant I might be one of those called upon to try to save whoever it was from what would be an almost certain fate: execution by lethal injection—or possibly, even hanging.

I tried not to let my shock show. Somehow, some way, this one detective had worked on only one case for almost as long as I’d been a lawyer. . It hardly seemed possible, at a time when police detectives, even homicide detectives, routinely had more cases than they had fingers and toes to count them on. But not this guy, Jensen. I had to guess that this one detective knew more about the Green River murders than anyone else in the world—except, the killer himself. ” I asked him. “You’re so calm.

That was why I’d never heard of him before that day. Greg told me he’d already advised Gary that he’d probably have to spend time in jail, at least until things could get sorted out. Gary had told him that his family might hire a private lawyer. As Girard summarized these points, Gary nodded agreeably. He seemed to be paying close attention. At this point, I wanted to know exactly what had happened when Gary had been arrested, but in Gary’s own words. c02 3/24/06 9:05 AM Page 14 1 4 D E F E N D I N G G A R Y or get an idea from his personality or his presentation, which might give me some idea of whether he was really capable of murdering anyone, let alone forty-nine women.

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