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PostSubject: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sat Dec 06, 2014 12:21 am

Dean Corll

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Dean Corll, photographed in 1973
Dean Arnold Corll
December 24, 1939
Fort Wayne, Indiana, US
August 8, 1973 (aged 33)
Pasadena, Texas, US
Gunshot wounds of left chest and back. Homicide[1]
The Candy Man
The Pied Piper
28+
September 25, 1970–August 3, 1973
United States
Texas
Dean Arnold Corll[2] (December 24, 1939 – August 8, 1973) was an American serial killer who (with two young accomplices named David Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr.) abducted, raped, tortured, and murdered a minimum of 28 boys in a series of killings spanning from 1970 to 1973 in Houston, Texas. The crimes, which became known as the Houston Mass Murders, came to light only after Henley fatally shot Corll.
Corll was also known as the Candy Man and the Pied Piper, because he and his family had owned and operated a candy factory in Houston Heights, and he had been known to give free candy to local children.[3]
At the time of their discovery, the Houston Mass Murders were considered the worst example of serial murder in American history.[4]


Corll Candy Company

Following his honorable discharge from the army, Corll returned to Houston Heights and resumed the position he had held as vice-president of his family's candy business.[13] Corll's former stepfather had retained ownership of the family's former candy business following his mother's divorce in 1963, and competition between the two firms was fierce. As had been the case in his teenage years, Corll increased the number of hours he devoted to the candy business to satisfy an increasing demand for his family's product.
In 1965, shortly after Corll completed his military service,[16] the Corll Candy Company relocated to 22nd Street, directly across the street from Helms Elementary School. Corll was known to give free candy to local children, in particular teenage boys: as a result of this behavior, he earned himself the nicknames the Candy Man and the Pied Piper. The company also employed a small work force, and he was seen to behave flirtatiously towards several teenage male employees.[19] Corll is known to have installed a pool table at the rear of the candy factory where employees and local youths would congregate. In 1967, he befriended 12-year-old David Brooks,[20] then a sixth grade student and one of the many children to whom he gave free candy.

Murders

Between 1970 and 1973, Corll is known to have killed a minimum of 28 victims. All of his victims were males aged 13 to 20, the majority of whom were in their mid-teens. Most victims were abducted from Houston Heights, which was then a low-income neighborhood northwest of downtown Houston. With most abductions, he was assisted by one or both of his teenaged accomplices: Elmer Wayne Henley, and David Owen Brooks. Several victims were friends of either or both of Corll's accomplices, and two other victims, Billy Baulch and Gregory Malley Winkle, were former employees of the Corll Candy Company.
Corll's victims were typically lured into one of two vehicles he owned, a Ford Econoline van or a Plymouth GTX,[23] with an offer of a party or a lift, and then driven to his house.[24] There, they were plied with alcohol or other drugs until they passed out, tricked into putting on handcuffs,[25] or simply grabbed by force.[26] They were then stripped naked and tied to either Corll's bed or, usually, a plywood torture board, which was regularly hung on a wall. Once manacled, the victims would be sexually assaulted, beaten, tortured and—sometimes after several days—killed by strangulation or shooting with a .22-caliber pistol. Their bodies were then tied in plastic sheeting[27] and buried in any one of four places: a rented boat shed; a beach on the Bolivar Peninsula; a woodland near Lake Sam Rayburn (where Corll's family owned a lakeside log cabin); or a beach in Jefferson County.[2]
In several instances, Corll forced his victims to either phone or write to their parents with explanations for their absences in an effort to allay the parents' fears for their sons' safety.[28] Corll is also known to have retained keepsakes—usually keys—from his victims.[29]
During the years in which he abducted and murdered young men, Corll often changed addresses.[30] However, until he moved to Pasadena in the spring of 1973, he always lived in or close to Houston Heights.[31]
Corll killed his first known victim, an 18-year-old college freshman, Jeffrey Konen, on September 25, 1970. Konen vanished while hitchhiking with another student from the University of Texas to his parents' home in Houston;[32] he was dropped off alone at the corner of Westheimer Road and South Voss Road near the Uptown area of Houston. At the time of Konen's disappearance, Corll lived in an apartment on Yorktown Street, near the intersection with Westheimer Road. Corll likely offered to drive Konen to his parents' home. Konen evidently accepted a lift from him.
David Brooks led police to the body of Jeffrey Konen on August 10, 1973. The body was buried at High Island Beach. Forensic scientists subsequently deduced that the youth had died of asphyxiation caused by manual strangulation and a cloth gag that had been placed in his mouth. The body was found buried beneath a large boulder,[33] covered with a layer of lime, wrapped in plastic, naked, and bound hand and foot, suggesting he had also been violated.[34]
Around the time of Konen's murder, David Brooks interrupted Corll in the act of assaulting two teenage boys whom Corll had strapped to a plywood torture board.[35] Corll promised Brooks a car in return for his silence; Brooks accepted the offer and Corll later bought him a green Chevrolet Corvette. Brooks was later told by Corll that the two youths had been murdered, and he was offered $200 for any boy he could lure to Corll's apartment.[2]
On December 13, 1970, David Brooks lured two 14-year-old Spring Branch youths named James Glass and Danny Yates away from a religious rally held in the Heights district of Houston to Corll's Yorktown apartment.[23] Glass was an acquaintance of Brooks who, at Brooks' behest, had previously visited Corll's address. Both youths were tied to opposite sides of Corll's torture board and subsequently raped, strangled and buried in a boat shed Corll had rented on November 17.[36]
Six weeks after the double murder of Glass and Yates, on January 30, 1971, Brooks and Corll encountered two teenage brothers named Donald and Jerry Waldrop walking to a bowling alley.[23] Both boys were enticed into Corll's van and driven to an apartment Corll had rented on Mangum Road, where they were raped, tortured, strangled and subsequently buried in the boat shed. Between March and May 1971, Corll abducted and killed three further victims; all of whom lived in Houston Heights and all of whom were buried towards the rear of the rented boat shed. In each of these abductions, Brooks is known to have been a participant. One of these three victims, 15-year-old Randell Harvey, was last seen by his family on the afternoon of March 9 cycling towards Oak Forest,[37] where he worked part-time as a gas station attendant. Harvey was also driven to Corll's Mangum Road apartment, where he was subsequently killed by a single gunshot to the head.[38] The other two victims, 13-year-old David Hilligiest and 16-year-old Gregory Malley Winkle, were abducted and killed together on the afternoon of May 29, 1971. As had been the case with parents of other victims of Corll, both sets of parents launched a frantic search for their sons. One of the youths who voluntarily offered to distribute posters the parents had printed offering a reward for information leading to the boys' whereabouts was 15-year-old Elmer Wayne Henley—a lifelong friend of Hilligiest. The youth pinned the reward posters around the Heights and attempted to reassure Hilligiest's parents that there may be an innocent explanation for the boys' absence.
On August 17, 1971, Corll and Brooks encountered a 17-year-old acquaintance of Brooks named Ruben Watson Haney walking home from a movie theater in Houston. Brooks persuaded Haney to attend a party at an address Corll had moved to on San Felipe Street the previous month. Haney agreed and was taken to Corll's home where he was subsequently strangled and buried in the boat shed. In September, 1971, Corll moved to another apartment in the Heights: 915 Columbia St. David Brooks later stated he had assisted Corll in the abduction and murder of two youths during the time Corll resided at this address, including one youth who was killed "just before Wayne Henley came into the picture." In his confession, Brooks stated the youth killed immediately prior to Henley's involvement in the murders was abducted from the Heights and kept alive for approximately four days before his murder. The identity of both of these two victims remains unknown.[39]
In the winter of 1971, Brooks introduced Elmer Wayne Henley to Dean Corll. Henley was likely lured to Corll's address as an intended victim. However, Corll evidently decided the youth would make a good accomplice and offered him the same fee—$200—for any boy he could lure to his apartment, informing Henley that he was involved in a "sexual slavery ring"[40] operating from Dallas.
Henley later stated that, for several months, he completely ignored Corll's offer; however, in early 1972, he decided to accept the offer as he and his family were in dire financial circumstances. According to Henley, the first abduction he participated in occurred during the time Corll resided at 925 Schuler Street; an address Corll moved to in February 1972. (David Brooks later claimed that Henley became involved in the abductions of the victims while Corll resided at the address he had occupied immediately prior to Schuler Street.) If Henley's statement is to be believed, the victim was abducted from the Heights in February or early March 1972. In the statement Henley gave to police following his arrest, the youth stated that he and Corll picked up "a boy" at the corner of 11th and Studewood,[41] and lured him to Corll's home on the promise of smoking some marijuana with the pair. At Corll's residence—using a ruse he and Corll had prepared—Henley cuffed his own hands behind his back, freed himself with a key hidden in his back pocket, then duped the youth into donning the handcuffs before leaving him alone with Corll, believing he was to be sold into the sexual slavery ring.[42]
The identity of this victim is not conclusively known, although it is possible the youth was Willard Branch, a 17-year-old Oak Forest youth known to both Corll and Henley who disappeared on February 9, 1972, and who was found buried in the boat shed.[43]
A month later, on March 24, 1972, Henley, Brooks and Corll encountered an 18-year-old acquaintance of Henley's named Frank Aguirre leaving a restaurant on Yale Street, where the youth worked.[44] Henley called Aguirre over to Corll's van and invited the youth to drink beer and smoke marijuana with the trio at Corll's apartment. Aguirre agreed and followed the trio to Corll's home in his Rambler. Inside Corll's house, Aguirre smoked marijuana with the trio before picking up a pair of handcuffs Corll had left on his table, whereupon Corll pounced upon the youth, pushed him onto the table and cuffed his hands behind his back.
Henley later claimed that he had not known of Corll's true intentions towards Aguirre when he had persuaded the youth to accompany him to Corll's home.[45] In a 2010 interview, he claimed to have attempted to persuade Corll not to assault and kill Aguirre once Corll and Brooks had bound and gagged the youth. However, Corll refused and informed Henley that he had raped, tortured and killed the previous victim he had assisted in abducting, and that he intended to do the same with Aguirre.[40] Henley was again paid for luring the victim to Corll's home and subsequently assisted Corll and Brooks in Aguirre's burial at High Island Beach.
Despite the revelations that Corll was, in reality, killing the boys whom he and Brooks had assisted in abducting, Henley nonetheless became an active participant in the abductions and murders. Within one month, on April 20, 1972, he assisted Corll and Brooks in the abduction of another youth; a 17-year-old friend of his named Mark Scott. Scott was grabbed by force and fought furiously against attempts by Corll to secure him to the torture board, even attempting to stab his attackers with a knife. However, Scott saw Henley pointing a pistol toward him and, according to Brooks, Mark "just gave up." Scott was tied to the torture board and suffered the same fate as Aguirre: rape; torture; strangulation and burial at High Island Beach.
According to Brooks, Henley was "especially sadistic" in his participation in the murders committed at Schuler Street. Before Corll vacated the address on June 26, Henley assisted Corll and Brooks in the abduction and murder of a further two youths named Billy Baulch and Johnny Delome.[46] In Brooks' confession, he stated that both youths were tied to Corll's bed and, after their torture and rape, Henley manually strangled Baulch, then shouted, "Hey, Johnny!" and shot Delome in the forehead, with the bullet exiting through the youth's ear. Delome then pleaded with Henley, "Wayne, please don't!" before he too was strangled. Both youths were buried at High Island Beach.
During the time Corll resided at Schuler Street, the trio lured a 19-year-old named Billy Ridinger to the house. Ridinger was tied to the plywood board, tortured and abused by Corll. Brooks later claimed he persuaded Corll to allow Ridinger to be released, and the youth was allowed to leave the residence. On another occasion during the time Corll resided at Schuler Street, Henley knocked Brooks unconscious as he entered the house. Corll then tied Brooks to his bed and assaulted the youth repeatedly before releasing him.[47] Despite the assault, Brooks continued to assist Corll in the abductions of the victims.
After vacating the Schuler residence, Corll moved to an apartment at Westcott Towers, where, in the summer of 1972, he is known to have killed a further two victims. The first of these victims, 17-year-old Steven Sickman, was last seen leaving a party held in the Heights shortly before midnight on July 19.[48] The youth was savagely bludgeoned about the chest with a blunt instrument before he was strangled and buried in the boat shed.[49] Approximately one month later, on or about August 21, a 19-year-old[50] youth named Roy Bunton was abducted while walking to his job as an assistant in a Houston shoe store. Bunton was shot twice in the head and was also buried in the boat shed. Neither youth was named by either Brooks or Henley as being a victim of Corll, and both youths were only identified as victims in 2011.
Less than two months after the murder of Roy Bunton, on October 2, 1972, Henley and Brooks encountered two Heights youths named Wally Jay Simoneaux and Richard Hembree. Henley later informed police he and Brooks had spotted the two youths as they walked towards Hembree's home. Simoneaux and Hembree were enticed into Brooks' Corvette[51] and driven to Corll's Westcott Towers apartment. That evening, Simoneaux is known to have phoned his mother's home and to have shouted the word "Mama" into the receiver[52] before the connection was terminated. The following morning, Hembree was accidentally shot in the mouth by Henley. Several hours later, both youths were strangled to death and subsequently buried in a common grave inside Corll's boat shed directly above the bodies of James Glass and Danny Yates. The following month, a 19-year-old Heights youth named Richard Kepner disappeared on his way to a phone booth. Kepner was strangled and buried at High Island Beach. Altogether, a minimum of 10 teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 were murdered between February and November 1972; five of whom were buried at High Island Beach, and five inside Corll's boat shed.[53]
On January 20, 1973, Corll moved to an address on Wirt Road in the Spring Branch district of Houston. Within two weeks of moving into this address, he had killed a 17-year-old named Joseph Lyles. Lyles was known to both Corll and Brooks. He had lived on Antoine Drive - the same street upon which Brooks resided in 1973.[54] On March 7, Corll vacated his Wirt Road apartment and moved into an address his father had vacated in Pasadena: 2020 Lamar Drive.
No known victims were killed from February to June 3 of 1973, although Corll is known to have suffered from a hydrocele in early 1973. In addition, around the time of Lyles' murder, Henley had temporarily moved away from Houston to Mount Pleasant in an apparent effort to distance himself from Corll. These facts may account for this sudden lull in killings.
Nonetheless, from June, Corll's rate of killings increased dramatically, and both Henley and Brooks later testified to the increase in the level of brutality of the murders committed while Corll resided at Lamar Drive. Henley later compared the acceleration in the frequency of killings and the increase in the brutality exhibited by Corll towards his victims to being "like a blood lust", adding that he and Brooks would instinctively know when Corll was to announce that he "needed to do a new boy", due to the fact that he would appear restless, smoking cigarettes and making reflex movements.[23] On June 4, Henley and Corll abducted a 15-year-old named William Ray Lawrence; the youth was last seen alive by his father on 31st Street.[55] After three days of abuse and torture, Lawrence was strangled before being buried at Lake Sam Rayburn. Less than two weeks later, a 20-year-old named Raymond Blackburn was abducted, strangled and buried at Lake Sam Rayburn. On July 7, a 15-year-old named Homer Garcia, whom Henley had met at his driving school, phoned his mother to say he was spending the night with a friend; he was shot and left to bleed to death in Corll's bathtub before he was also buried at Lake Sam Rayburn[56][57] and on July 12, a 17-year-old Orange County youth named John Sellars was shot to death and buried at High Island Beach.[58]
In July 1973, David Brooks married his pregnant fiancée,[23] and Henley temporarily became Corll's sole procurer of victims, assisting in the abduction and murder of a further three Heights youths between July 19 and July 25. According to Henley, these three abductions were the only three that occurred after his becoming an accomplice to Corll, in which David Brooks was not a participant.[59] One of these three victims, 15-year-old Michael Baulch, was last seen by his family on July 19 on his way to get a haircut;[60] he was strangled and buried at Lake Sam Rayburn. The other two victims in whose murder Brooks was not a participant, Charles Cobble and Marty Ray Jones, were abducted together on the afternoon of July 25. Henley himself buried both youths' bodies in the boat shed.
On August 3, 1973, Corll killed his last victim, a 13-year-old boy from South Houston named James Dreymala. Dreymala was abducted by Brooks and Corll while riding his bike in Pasadena, and driven to Corll's home, where he was tied to Corll's torture board, raped, tortured and strangled with a cord before being buried in the boat shed. David Brooks later described Dreymala as a "small, blond boy" for whom he had bought a pizza and in whose company he had spent 45 minutes before the youth was attacked.

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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sat Dec 06, 2014 12:24 am

Making of a Monster: Dean Corll (Pied Piper)

By healthpsychologyconsultancy on July 14, 2012 • ( 2 )

Pick Me Up! magazine asked for my professional opinion on Dean Corll, an American serial killer also known as the ‘Candy Man’ and the ‘Pied Piper.’ With two accomplices, Corll raped, tortured and murdered a minimum of 28 boys in Houston, Texas over the period of 1970 to 1973. The crimes were known as the ‘Houston Mass Murders’ and only become known after one of Corll’s accomplices shot and killed him. Here are my answers to their questions, published on 19th July 2012.

 

Dean’s parents split up, reconciled and split up again. What affect would this have on a childlike Dean? And are some children more affected by divorce than others?

Divorce can increase the risk of children developing psychological and behavioural problems, so just imagine the impact that two separations would have had on young Dean Corll.  As a quiet child, it is likely that any emotions he felt regarding the separations, be that anger or sadness, were pushed inside. This further increases the risk of psychological and behavioural problems.  Divorce will impact any child to some degree, but of course not all children are affected as deeply as Dean was.  With support and the correct parenting style, millions of children all over the world survive parental divorce and go on to be healthy adults.  For Dean, however, that support system and protective parenting style was not available.

Would the illness he suffered as a child and his removal from school sport activities have had an effect on him?

The illness Dean suffered as a child, which resulted in him being removed from school sport activities, would have impacted Dean socially.  Not only did his illness exclude him from activities that other children his age were taking part in, but it also excluded him from being around these other children and having fun with them.  Although Dean was shy anyway, this wouldn’t have helped him develop his communication or socialising skills.  It would have also acted to make him feel ‘different’ to other children; this difference could be interpreted negatively (i.e. I am different because something is wrong with me) or positively (i.e. I am special and better than other children).  Neither interpretation is likely to lead to a well-adjusted adult.

Why was he seemingly unable to socialise with children his own age? And later in life, why was he still unable to socialise with people his own age, choosing instead the very young as his companions?

In many ways, young Dean was prevented from socialising with children of his own age due to shyness and exclusion from school sports. As an adult, Dean was now in a position to do what he had always wanted to do – interact with children. The adult Dean was stuck in the past, still feeling like the little boy who wanted other friends of his age.

He had to work night and day as a child, sugar-coating pecan nuts for his family’s business. Would this sort of labour affect a young person?

Such labour would affect children differently, but for Dean the main problem was further isolation from spending time with children his own age.  Dean had to grow up fast, hence his desire as an adult to hold on to some semblance of childhood, even if that meant socialising with young boys.

When he was older, he made advances towards another young man who worked for his family’s company. After the young man complained, he was fired by Dean’s mum. What message would this have given Dean about sexuality?

It is not known whether Dean himself was reprimanded for the sexual advances he made on this young man.  Nevertheless, by firing the man, Dean’s mother was protecting his son from both a complaint and from further temptation.  This gives the message that his sexuality was wrong and not to be tolerated.

Why would a 28year-old man enjoy the company of a 12-year-old?

Simply, Dean could regress to his lost teenage years when around a 12-year old.  There is no evidence that Dean was developmentally young and therefore it can only be concluded that he chose the company of teenagers in an effort to be close to something that he craved – youth.  Furthermore, a 12-year old is vulnerable and easily manipulated, giving Dean a level of control he could not experience around people his own age.

Why do some killers retain keepsakes from their victims, in this case keys? What is the significance of keys?

Many killers retain keepsakes as a ‘trophy’ or record of their kills.  They can use these keepsakes to revisit a time that made them feel powerful.  For serial killers, keepsakes also help them keep track of their victims.  Why Dean kept keys will never truly be known, but in psychological terms keys represent hidden secrets and locked doors.  This meaning takes on a sinister tone when applied to Dean Corll, who managed to hide his monstrous acts until his death.

Why did Dean flip out so much when his young accomplice brought a young woman into his home? 

Dean wasn’t interested in the torture, mutilation, and killing of females.  In addition, when his accomplice Henley brought back a woman in addition to the usual young male, Dean might have felt somehow betrayed.  From accounts of how the partnership worked, Henley had diverted from the usual arrangements without Dean’s permission.  Part of having a young accomplice was to manipulate and overpower him into doing things his way.  Here, Henley was thinking and acting independently, which would have rocked Dean’s sense of control over the situation.


Not just any typical angry jew... 

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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sat Dec 06, 2014 2:57 am

12 hrs after watching part of repeat of Craigslist Killer movie saw true-crime show about Kosher Killer James Van Adams.  "Craigslist" Markoff supposedly did suicide by slicing wrists w/shaving razor.  Van Adams hung himself after getting death sentence.  Not sure if any Markoff victims Jewish but Adams raped/strangled a Jewess realtor.  Adams esp cold-blooded, in court he gave arrogant signals to Ms Cohen's family as if to say, "Whine all you want, it don't change nuthin'".



Phoenix paper asks obvious question:

Arizona Death-Row Inmate Kills Himself; He Couldn't Have Just Waited?


Talmudic Justice has certain mysteries.  One would think killing Goyim vs Chosen an essential factor in deciding who gets flight to Tasmania.  Perhaps that's not the crucial aspect, defeating Goy Justice System the #1 aim?  IE Jew kills Gentiles so it's not really a crime; Jew kills Jew but even more important to leave decision up to Elders.

Anyway had heard of Corll but didn't know/remember disgusting details.  True-crime books/TV 99% of time cover up if perps Jewish.
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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sat Dec 06, 2014 4:54 pm

EyeBelieve wrote:
12 hrs after watching part of repeat of Craigslist Killer movie saw true-crime show about Kosher Killer James Van Adams.  "Craigslist" Markoff supposedly did suicide by slicing wrists w/shaving razor.  Van Adams hung himself after getting death sentence.  Not sure if any Markoff victims Jewish but Adams raped/strangled a Jewess realtor.  Adams esp cold-blooded, in court he gave arrogant signals to Ms Cohen's family as if to say, "Whine all you want, it don't change nuthin'".



Phoenix paper asks obvious question:

Arizona Death-Row Inmate Kills Himself; He Couldn't Have Just Waited?


Talmudic Justice has certain mysteries.  One would think killing Goyim vs Chosen an essential factor in deciding who gets flight to Tasmania.  Perhaps that's not the crucial aspect, defeating Goy Justice System the #1 aim?  IE Jew kills Gentiles so it's not really a crime; Jew kills Jew but even more important to leave decision up to Elders.

Anyway had heard of Corll but didn't know/remember disgusting details.  True-crime books/TV 99% of time cover up if perps Jewish.

Jews are hard to keep tabs on.  Like squid gone in a cloud of ink.  That's why Hitler thought to tattoo them.

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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:21 pm

Seems like there are a lot of jewish serial killers
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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Sun Dec 07, 2014 10:24 am

"That's why Hitler thought to tattoo them." I thought they were their bank account numbers.

"Seems like there are a lot of jewish serial killers" And an awful lot of African ones.

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PostSubject: Re: Dean Corll accomplice up for parole   Mon Dec 08, 2014 1:36 am

NigelForage wrote:
"That's why Hitler thought to tattoo them." I thought they were their bank account numbers.

"Seems like there are a lot of jewish serial killers" And an awful lot of African ones.

Heh heh. Not to get too hung up on details but if Kamps did tattoos why not excise them before gassing so that Goebbels would have accurate tally? Rather like how they cut off Che's hand to prove kill to CIA.

If a Black kills 5 people he's a "thug", if a White kills 5 he's a "serial killer". Mad
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