Exposing Sadistic Seattle Serial Killer Police Abuse 4

Suspects in the greenriver killer case William Stevens – Gary Ridgeway September 30, 1991. Nearly ten years later, his adoptive brother, Robert Stevens, has been managing a web site claiming that his older brother was indeed the elusive Green River Killer. In the web site the younger Stevens states that his older brother would disappear for a couple of days during the family trips, then would rejoining the family before they returned to Seattle. During these disappearances, the younger brother believes Stevens would return to Seattle where, with one or two accomplices, he would murder the women. According to the web site, the accomplices’ are still living in the Seattle area and, in effect, have gotten away with the killings. Richard Allen Sanders, was posthumously linked to both the San Diego and Green River cases. Sanders was killed in March, 1989, by two close-range shotgun blasts to the back. While detectives investigated his murder, he himself became a suspect in several of the San Diego killings. Not Mr. Nice, Sanders was allegedly involved in making “snuff” films and dealing narcotics. His name also appears as a low-priority suspect in early files of the Green River investigation On November 30, 2001, Ridgway was at Kenworth when police arrived to arrest him. Ridgway was arrested on suspicion of murder for four deaths, nearly 20 years after first being identified as a potential suspect, DNA evidence conclusively linked semen left in the victims to the saliva swab taken by the police. The four victims named in the original indictment were Marcia Chapman, Opal Mills, Cynthia Hinds and Carol Ann Christensen. Three more victims, Wendy Coffield, Debra Bonner, and Debra