BTK suspect says he's depressed
He’s having sleepless nights. I’m sure he will have plenty more of those ahead — when he can think about the ten women who are no longer on this earth because of his sick behavior. (CNN):
The man accused of being the BTK serial killer has complained about depression and asked about his family, who have not talked to him since he entered prison, his lawyers say.
Dennis Rader, 60, is charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder in deaths that have haunted Wichita since 1974, when investigators began looking for a man who called himself the “Bind, Torture, Kill” strangler and taunted police with letters and packages sent to media outlets.
I’m playing the world’s tiniest violin for this bastard.