Tuesday, December 12, 2006

An African American Serial Killer of Women formerly of Stafford Springs, Connecticut?

Well, I may have stumbled on some information on a Connecticut Serial Killer.

I have an unconfirmed tip regarding a possible former resident of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, Alfred Swinton. Click Here for .pdf file regarding Swinton.

Click Here for webpage that contains the below text.

New Image-Enhancing Software Developed by Image Content Technology Used to Convict Suspected Serial Killer of 10-Year Old Murder

Distribution Source : Prime Newswire

Date :

HARTFORD, Conn., April 24, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- When Alfred Swinton was found guilty of murdering Carla Terry by a jury on March 22, 2001, it was the end of a long, arduous process dating back to the original crime in January of 1991. Swinton, who faces 60 years in prison at his sentencing scheduled for May 21, was convicted of the crime with the help of new, patented Lucis(tm) image-processing software developed by Image Content Technology. The new software was used to enhance patterns in the bitemarks on victim Carla Terry's body, which proved the suspect's teeth were the cause of the injury. Swinton is also a suspect in the deaths of 17 other women.

When paramedics found Terry, they tried to revive her, took her to the hospital, and cleaned her up, possibly destroying forensic evidence. For seven years, prosecutors suspected Swinton, but they did not feel that there was sufficient evidence to indict. The case was cold when in 1998; the district attorney brought the case to Dr. Gus Karazulas, Chief Forensic Odontologist for the Connecticut State Police Forensic Science Lab and a long-time associate of Dr. Henry Lee.

Karazulas used new, previously unavailable Lucis image-processing software to make the features of the bitemark more easily visible. The Lucis-enhanced image enabled Karazulas to match the bitemark with Swinton's teeth using 15 points of comparison. The combination of the Lucis-enhanced image, overlaid teethmarks using Adobe Photoshop(c), and Karazulas' extensive experience with and research on bitemarks and their healing process, was compelling evidence for the jury to convict.

Dr. Karazulas says the new Lucis software is a powerful tool that can be applied to many criminal investigations and open, unsolved, older cases. The new software is already in use by several crime labs. For more information on this case, please visit www.LucisImaging.com on the internet and click onto the "white papers" section.

(Case details and images available online at www.LucisImaging.com "white papers" section).

CONTACT: Image Content Technology
Barbara Williams
860-229-0010 ext. 101

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Connecticut State Police, Troop C, Tolland Connecticut might just be too arrogant and corrupt to even follow up on the reports of possible human remains hidden in a basement wall. The former or current tenant of 3 Church St., Stafford Springs in the basement 1 bedroom apartment, John M. allegedly found a black sock with a sawed up bone in it.

On the other side of the wall in the basement where there are oil tanks, possibly a utility sink, and possibly some old electric boxes in a wall that is in between that area and the basement apartment bedroom, there might be human bones and/or other human remains in the wall.

This information has been reported to the Connecticut State Police and they might be too busy on armed revenue collection duties to try and solve crimes or to look for possible evidence of crimes.

There is possibly no connection whatsoever to an alleged serial killer that used to live in Stafford Springs, CT. But, there might be sawed up or partial human remains in a wall in a basement of 3 Church St., Stafford Springs, Connecticut.


Anonymous T said...

There's been a couple of black serial killers in Connecticut. There was one in Stamford in the 70s. Matt Johnson was convicted of killing 3 women in Hartford during the nineties. There was one in Bridgeport who was convicted of killing a woman in Georgia and pleaded no contest to four others in Bridgeport. Yet, they think he may have killed up to ten.

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