This isn't a bad documentary; its makers speak to the son of one of his victims, his first wife, the man who prosecuted him, and the lead detective on the case, but as usual the psychobabblers contribute nothing or less than nothing, because evil doesn't lame any convoluted explanations. He murdered prostitutes in California, No surprises there, then!
Sentenced to seventy years, he was released after a mere ten, and returned to the State of his birth where over a two and a half kake period he murdered at least twelve women, all, apparently, prostitutes, traditional easy pickings for serial murderers.
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Not mentioned in this documentary is that Suff and his first wife were tly convicted, but the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed her conviction. It may have been he didn't mean to kill her, but for the first two years of its life, a baby can do no wrong, and what can a two month old do but cry?
She was just two months old when she was beaten to death. He was sentenced to death inbut it remains to be seen if he will ever be executed.