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Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer


  On November 5, 2003, an emotional trial against Gary Ridgway was held, in which the families of his victims were able to express what they felt and thought about the fearsome killer. Until then, Ridgway hadn’t shown an iota of remorse. He stood in inexpressive stony silence. In fact, it seemed that neither contempt, insults, suffering, nor the hatred expressed by the families of his victims could break him. Until that was, the father of one of them took the stand. “Mr. Ridgway . . . there are people here that hate you. I’m not one of them. You’ve…

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