Hans Reiser was brilliant with computers but hopeless with women. He considered himself to be in "one of America’s most hated cultural minorities"
USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.17
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Hans Reiser was brilliant with computers but hopeless with women. He considered himself to be in "one of America’s most hated cultural minorities" – a geek. He said he was being tried for the murder of his beautiful Russian bridge not because he was the only suspect in her disappearance, but because he was being persecuted by the police.
The case was unusual as there was no body, no crime scene, no reliable eye-witnesses and virtually no physical evidence – yet Hans Reiser did himself no favours during his trial, frequently interrupting the judge and arguing with his own attorney.
This issue contains the definitive article on Bonnie and Clyde – the deadly lovers who have been immortalised on celluloid and are now brought to you within these pages. We can guarantee that you will learn something new about this infamous pair.
There are two horrific stories from Australia in this issue, starting with Bondage Killer Was Ambulanceman. After a career saving lives, he picked up prostitutes for "something special."
The Strange Case Of The Poisoned Dogs is a story which shows Australian policing at its best. Government analyst Charles Anthony Taylor was asked to analyse the clothes and belongings of a woman who had died in a car accident after the car burst into flames. Her husband survived the crash.
The analyst found the remains of the woman’s wedding ring among her belongings and deduced from this that she had been murdered. "I am convinced myself that we could uncover one of the strangest and most diabolically cold-blooded murder plots in my experience." And so they did.
MYSTERY OF THE MISSING RUSSIAN BRIDE
UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT
BONDAGE KILLER WAS AMBULANCEMAN
ASK TRUE DETECTIVE: GEORGIA WIFE-KILLER WAITED 34 YEARS TO DIE
BONNE AND CLYDE
TODD’S TECHNOCRIME COLUMN
JAPANESE CANNIBAL KILLER EXECUTED IN TOKYO
KIDNAPPED KAREN’S TRAIL OF NOTES
CRIMES OF PASSION: WAS LUCILLE MILLER GUILTY?
THE BLOODY BENDERS
FROM AUSTRALIA: THE STRANGE CASE OF THE POISONED DOGS
"SOMEONES TRYING TO WRECK A TRAIN!"
"FROM TYING THE KNOT TO TYING THE ROPE"
Remember if you are a regular reader of the monthly magazines then you would of read the cases mentioned here.