The judge in the Baseline Killer civil case ruled yesterday that the City of Phoenix owed no legal duty to process the DNA evidence in its crime lab because both the victims and the perpetrator were then unknown to the City.
Yeah?... well, here is the Motion, Response and the Reply... (like they'll be able to shut us up anyway :)
"Think about it, there were actually eight people murdered during that time frame that would not have been murdered had Mark Goudeau simply been taken into custody," Victor said.
Alvin Hogue says he vividly remembers the day he found out his wife had been murdered.
Marc Victor was on KFYI radio this morning to discuss the Baseline Killer debacle with Jim Sharpe. Below is a link to the show. Marc Victor shows up about 17 minutes into the show.
The baseline killer should have been arrested for multiple rapes before he began killing his victims. Once it was determined the Phoenix Crime Lab had the smoking gun sitting frozen untested in lockup all along the coverup began....
Kirk MacKenzie - The previous attempts to create a National Bank, ever since the creation of the U.S. CONstitution. Author of "Money: Defending Your Prosperity" - Phoenix Baseline Killer the story is about to explode with the truth.
Another family joins in the effort to get the whole truth about the circumstances surrounding the murder of Sophia Nunez by the "Baseline Killer".
The "Notice of Claim" has been served. In less than 2 months the whole story will be shared with all via a court of record. Now is the time for those involved to share what they know. Sides are being chosen now.
A family of one of the victims of the alleged Baseline Killer is suing the Phoenix Police Department.
PHOENIX - The family of a victim killed by the Baseline Killer is saying the city of Phoenix is responsible for their loved one's death. Romelia Vargas' family claims the Phoenix Police Department wanted to get all the credit for solving the Basel
The beginnings of a multi-million dollar law suit is underway against the Phoenix Police Department alleging deliberate blocking of evidence testing led to the murders of 7 people.
The key piece of evidence used to crack the Baseline Serial Killer case sat in an evidence locker for 9 months while 7 more people lost their lives. Sources inside the Phoenix Police Dept. say that's just the crime lab's latest mistake.