Long Island Serial Killer's Body Count Reaches Ten

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The bodies of ten young women have been found in an investigation into a serial killer operating in Long Island. Four of the victims have been identified as prostitutes. Police have not identified the other victims. For more about the case we have Edward Conlon, detective for the NYPD and author of “Red on Red: A Novel.” 

Rachel Lloyd, author of the memoir "Girls Like Us: Fighting for a World Where Girls Are Not for Sale, an Activist Finds Her Calling and Heals Herself" is Executive Director and founder of GEMS — Girls Educational and Mentoring Services. She tells us more about the historical relationship between the sex industry and serial murders.

Guests:

Edward Conlon and Rachel Lloyd

Produced by:

Jen Poyant

Comments [2]

Jodi

I think Rachel Lloyd's intention was to say that "society" feels that way...not her. She herself was a victim of trafficking and forced prostitution. We as society should look at these girls as victims not criminals. www.gems-girls.org

Apr. 14 2011 12:00 PM
janine from United Kindom

Whatever Ratchel Lloyd opinion about these girls they did not deserve to be victims this killer is an evil individual and such remarks are appauling and dispicable.

Apr. 14 2011 11:44 AM

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