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Monday, April 8, 2013

Samuel Little Pleaded Not Guilty from Cold Cases

For more than 10 years, Samuel Little traveled from his hometown moving from one state into another. A 72-year-old former boxer who is currently waiting for a series of trials in multiple courts from cold cases reopened by DNA evidences stored in authority databases. He was accused of slaying women way back in late 1980s.

He was known as a transient killer who strangled most of his victims. That includes prostitutes, drug addicts as well troubled women way back on his younger years. He's been with penitentiary facilities, he is coming in and out of jail from the age of 16. And he is capable of escaping a serious sentence because some of his case ended in court dismissal.

Samuel Little in Court Trial

The above photo shows the summary of his cases from 1975 to 2012. He was arrested recently somewhere in Kentucky for alleged possession of crack pipe.

And now, because of DNA testing and much stronger evidence, Little would now probably spent his remaining time on Earth in jail. He is a suspected serial killer who pleaded not guilty from old crimes which often neglected by authority.

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