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December 1, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A law student who attracted strong police suspicion in the nation's longest unsolved serial murder case is no longer considered a possible suspect, Seattle officers said. Gonzaga University Student Bar Assn. President William Jay Stevens II had been jailed in the deaths of 49 women, a case called the "Green River" killings, taking its name from a river near where the first five victims were found.
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December 1, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A law student who attracted strong police suspicion in the nation's longest unsolved serial murder case is no longer considered a possible suspect, Seattle officers said. Gonzaga University Student Bar Assn. President William Jay Stevens II had been jailed in the deaths of 49 women, a case called the "Green River" killings, taking its name from a river near where the first five victims were found.
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