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FBI releases serial killer Samuel Little's sketches of victims — including two from Arizona

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FBI releases serial killer Samuel Little's sketches of victims — including two from ArizonaSamuel Little confessed to murdering more than 90 people during a decades-long killing spree that spanned the country, including Arizona.
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News video: FBI Releases 16 Portraits Serial Killer Samuel Little Drew of His Victims

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A man who confessed to murdering 90 people drew portraits of his victims from memory — and the FBI is releasing some in hopes that they'll help solve cold cases. This video, "<a target=_blank rel="nofollow noopener"...

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