Most Prolific Serial Killer in US History Is Black
LITTLE’S TAPED CONFESSIONS were made to a Texas Ranger from prison where he has been serving a life sentence since 2014 after being convicted of three of the murders.
The FBI has set up a website – –Confessions of a Killer — showing his videotaped recollections of unidentified killings, as well as the sketches, as they try to identify the remaining victims he claims to have killed.
Thirty sketches are now included on the FBI website, alongside details Little has given investigators about each victim. Some of his victims were White women, cast adrift in our sick society, taught by Jews to trust non-Whites and enter into destructive, ruinous, dangerous relationships with them. …
The FBI said the deaths of many of the victims Little confessed to killing were originally ruled overdoses or were attributed to accidental or undetermined causes.
Some of the bodies Little said he dumped have never been found.
‘For many years, Samuel Little believed he would not be caught because he thought no one was accounting for his victims,’ said FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program crime analyst Christie Palazzolo.
‘Even though he is already in prison, the FBI believes it is important to seek justice for each victim to close every case possible.’
Little, a 6ft 3in former boxer, mainly targeted drug addicts and prostitutes during his decades-long coast-to-coast murder spree.
Authorities only recently began unraveling his serial killing spree after he was arrested at a homeless shelter in Kentucky in 2012 and extradited to California to face drug charges.
When he was in custody, authorities found DNA evidence that linked him to three cold case murders in Los Angeles between 1987 and 1989.
The three women had all been beaten and strangled with their bodies dumped in an alley, a dumpster and a garage.
Little was sentenced in 2014 to life in prison for the three murders.
The FBI had been working on a full background check of Little and found links to other murders that he may have committed.
They found a link to a murder in Odessa, Texas and had Texas Rangers come to California to interview him in May last year in prison.
The FBI said Little was trying to get moved out his prison and agreed to talk if he could be relocated.
He ended up being indicted in the Odessa murder and was extradited to Texas a few months later.
He gave authorities of list of the 90 women and the name of the city in which he killed them. Little also started drawing his victims for authorities.
The FBI said Little can recall his victims and the killings in great detail but he is hazy on the exact dates.
Little grew up in Ohio, dropped out of high school and lived a ‘nomadic life,’ shoplifting or stealing to buy alcohol and drugs.
He was accused of murdering women in Mississippi and Florida in the early 1980s but was not convicted.
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Source: based on an article in The Daily Mail; National Vanguard correspondents