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June 14, 2000 | From Reuters
Prosecutors charged a Kansas man known on the Internet as "the slave master" with murder Tuesday and one said he would seek the death sentence for a "depraved" crime in which the bodies of five women were found stuffed in 55-gallon drums. John E. Robinson Sr., 56, of Olathe, Kan., was charged after the bodies of two women were found in barrels on a farm he owned in Linn County, Kan., and three were found in barrels in a rented storage facility in Raymore, Mo.
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June 24, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Authorities said Friday that they have identified the fourth of five female bodies found in barrels in Kansas and Missouri as that of Sheila Dale Faith, a former Fullerton resident. Faith was one of three women found June 5 in a Raymore, Mo., storage locker rented by John Edward Robinson Sr., prosecutor Chris Koster said Friday. The identification was made by new dental records, he said. Authorities were trying to determine whether the remaining unidentified body was Faith's daughter, Debbie.
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June 16, 2000 | From Times Staff Writers
Police fear that a Fullerton woman and her daughter, last seen five years ago, were victims of a man already charged with killing five other women in Kansas and Missouri. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, had "known connections" to the suspect and may have moved from Fullerton to the suspect's Kansas hometown in 1994, authorities said.
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June 18, 2000 | HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An accused serial killer charged with murdering five women frequently picked up checks from a Kansas mail center addressed to two former Fullerton residents who kept a post office box there, the center's owner said Saturday. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter, Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, vanished five years ago, and police in Kansas said last week they fear the pair may be victims of John Edward Robinson Sr.
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June 18, 2000 | HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An accused serial killer charged with murdering five women frequently picked up checks from a Kansas mail center addressed to two former Fullerton residents who kept a post office box there, the center's owner said Saturday. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter, Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, vanished five years ago, and police in Kansas said last week they fear the pair may be victims of John Edward Robinson Sr.
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January 10, 1992 | Associated Press
A jury has awarded $5 billion to a woman whose son was sexually tortured and murdered by a serial killer, a verdict that will ensure that the killer never profits from his crimes, the woman's lawyer says. The verdict Wednesday is believed to be the largest ever in a wrongful-death case, said Martin Meyer, an attorney for Betty Ann Haste. She sued Robert Berdella in 1989 after he admitted killing her son, Todd Stoops, and five others between 1984 and 1987.
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June 24, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Authorities said Friday that they have identified the fourth of five female bodies found in barrels in Kansas and Missouri as that of Sheila Dale Faith, a former Fullerton resident. Faith was one of three women found June 5 in a Raymore, Mo., storage locker rented by John Edward Robinson Sr., prosecutor Chris Koster said Friday. The identification was made by new dental records, he said. Authorities were trying to determine whether the remaining unidentified body was Faith's daughter, Debbie.
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June 16, 2000 | RICHARD MAROSI and HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police fear that a Fullerton woman and her daughter, last seen five years ago, were victims of an accused serial killer who is already charged with murdering five women in Kansas and Missouri. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter, Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, had "known connections" to the suspect and may have moved from Fullerton to the suspect's Kansas hometown in 1994, authorities said.
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June 16, 2000 | From Times Staff Writers
Police fear that a Fullerton woman and her daughter, last seen five years ago, were victims of a man already charged with killing five other women in Kansas and Missouri. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, had "known connections" to the suspect and may have moved from Fullerton to the suspect's Kansas hometown in 1994, authorities said.
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June 16, 2000 | RICHARD MAROSI and HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police fear that a Fullerton woman and her daughter, last seen five years ago, were victims of an accused serial killer who is already charged with murdering five women in Kansas and Missouri. Sheila Dale Faith, who would now be 51, and her daughter, Debbie Lynn Faith, who would be 21, had "known connections" to the suspect and may have moved from Fullerton to the suspect's Kansas hometown in 1994, authorities said.
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June 14, 2000 | From Reuters
Prosecutors charged a Kansas man known on the Internet as "the slave master" with murder Tuesday and one said he would seek the death sentence for a "depraved" crime in which the bodies of five women were found stuffed in 55-gallon drums. John E. Robinson Sr., 56, of Olathe, Kan., was charged after the bodies of two women were found in barrels on a farm he owned in Linn County, Kan., and three were found in barrels in a rented storage facility in Raymore, Mo.
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January 10, 1992 | Associated Press
A jury has awarded $5 billion to a woman whose son was sexually tortured and murdered by a serial killer, a verdict that will ensure that the killer never profits from his crimes, the woman's lawyer says. The verdict Wednesday is believed to be the largest ever in a wrongful-death case, said Martin Meyer, an attorney for Betty Ann Haste. She sued Robert Berdella in 1989 after he admitted killing her son, Todd Stoops, and five others between 1984 and 1987.
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