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3. Give Me The Needle

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How one murder case turned into three. 

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Curtis Massey

That is true. For the longest time, sex crimes against children, and also women, seemingly wasn't really taken very seriously. It seems as if only recently 'authorities' realize how damaging it truly is.

Jul 25th
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lisa bradford

This is not going to be a popular comment, bc I acknowledge Ed Edward's was most likely a cold blooded killer, however I disagreed with the dialogue about "why didn't he just go to the authorities with the accused molestation of April?" I think we should all acknowledge that back in the 1970's not much was done legally about molestation, especially without dragging the victim into interviews and court proceedings where she would have to tell her story to vicious lawyers and face her attacker. And most times, after ALL that, prosecutions were few. Ed was smart, he probably figured out he could handle it with less trauma to his already traumatized daughter, and, let's face it, no sweat off Ed's back.

Jul 25th
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