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July 28, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
The gruesome trail left by confessed mass murderer Jeffrey L. Dahmer began while he was an Ohio high school student and may include five states and Germany, police said Saturday. Police sources told Reuters news service that Dahmer killed the first of his victims in 1978, the year he was graduated from high school near Akron, Ohio.
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July 28, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
The gruesome trail left by confessed mass murderer Jeffrey L. Dahmer began while he was an Ohio high school student and may include five states and Germany, police said Saturday. Police sources told Reuters news service that Dahmer killed the first of his victims in 1978, the year he was graduated from high school near Akron, Ohio.
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July 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
The convicted child molester whose apartment was strewn with body parts is thought to have killed at least 17 people, authorities said Thursday. Parts of 11 bodies, including severed heads in cold storage, were found in Jeffrey L. Dahmer's apartment Monday. Investigators learned about six additional victims from Dahmer and from information provided by other people, Police Chief Philip Arreola said.
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July 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
The convicted child molester whose apartment was strewn with body parts is thought to have killed at least 17 people, authorities said Thursday. Parts of 11 bodies, including severed heads in cold storage, were found in Jeffrey L. Dahmer's apartment Monday. Investigators learned about six additional victims from Dahmer and from information provided by other people, Police Chief Philip Arreola said.
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November 15, 2011 | Aaron Wiener, Wiener is a special correspondent
Germany's intelligence service came under sharp criticism Monday after revelations that a neo-Nazi terrorist group had been operating in the country virtually undetected for more than a decade and allegedly killed at least 10 people, most of them Turkish immigrants. Authorities say a group calling itself the National Socialist Underground was responsible for the slayings of eight people of Turkish origin, a Greek and a policewoman, some of whom were shot in the face at point-blank range.
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