John Wayne Gacy: Defending a Monster: Defending a Monster: The True Story of the Lawyer Who Defended One of the Most Evil Serial Killers in History
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Gacy stated he had thrown five bodies into this river in 1978, one of which he believed had landed on a passing barge;  only four were ever found. He informed detectives that in the summer of 1977, at Gacy's behest, he had spread ten bags of lime in the crawl space of Gacy's house. In the hours leading up to Gacy's execution, a crowd estimated at over 1,000 gathered outside the correctional center; a vocal majority were in favor of the execution, although a small number of anti-death penalty protesters were present.
Shortly thereafter, Gacy enrolled at Northwestern Business College, despite having failed to complete high school. Body 10, buried beneath the entrance to Gacy's home,  remains unidentified; he is estimated to have been between 17 and 21 years old and between 5 ft 7 in and 5 ft 11 in (170 and 180 cm). While initially denying any involvement, Schroeder soon confessed to assaulting Voorhees, indicating he had done so at Gacy's request. and a Nisson Pharmacy photo receipt in a trash can, alongside a 36-inch (91 cm) section of nylon rope. w] In addition, the dental X-ray conducted on the victim identified as Michael Marino had revealed he had all of his second molars; a dental X-ray conducted on Marino in March 1976 revealed one molar had not erupted.At the time of Gacy's arrest, he had claimed to investigators that the total number of murder victims could be as high as 45. A further examination of Gacy's Oldsmobile revealed a small cluster of fibers in the trunk, suspected to be human hair. T]akes us through all of the bizarre actions of his certifiably insane client, as well as the various twists and turns of the six-week trial. In 1975, Dorsch—then a Chicago police officer—observed Gacy (whom he knew on a casual basis) holding a shovel in the early morning.
His victims included people he knew and random individuals lured from Chicago's Greyhound Bus station, Bughouse Square, or off the streets with the promise of a job with PDM, an offer of drink and/or drugs, or money for sex. After the couple had sex on Mother's Day that year, he informed her this would be "the last time" they would do so.The youngest were Samuel Stapleton and Michael Marino, both 14; the eldest were Francis Alexander and Russell Nelson, both 21. This program explores how Gacy's actions affected his family; Gacy's sister and niece are among those interviewed. According to Gacy's account, his second victim had also been buried in the crawl space close to his first. Gacy murdered at least thirty-three young men and boys, twenty-six of whom he buried in the crawl space of his house.
Hours after Reffett was last seen by his family, 14-year-old Samuel Stapleton vanished as he walked home from his sister's apartment. The head and upper torso of several bodies unearthed beneath Gacy's property had been placed in plastic bags. paperback, covers bumped/scuffed, binding tight, text clean/unmarked water damage not too bad + Butcher.On February 12, 1971, Gacy was charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy who claimed that he had lured him into his car at Chicago's Greyhound bus terminal and driven him to his home, where he had attempted to force the boy into sex.