A confessed killer claims he is innocent of the murder he is about to be executed for, and more doubt is soon cast on the situation when a copycat killer begins to strike.

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Zoe Callas
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Dale Grisco
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Ernie
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Marcus Feingold
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A confessed killer claims he is innocent of the murder he is about to be executed for, and more doubt is soon cast on the situation when a copycat killer begins to strike.

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Detective Zach Nichols: [Examining Body] Her panties are probably down. He redressed her.
Detective Serena Stevens: Modest. The righteous are always the worst.
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He showed me on a whore who cursed and screamed filth
12 October 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

A convicted felon in the death row for killing a young girl was willing to say something. Before being executed he stated he didn't murder her and the real killer was still outside. Shortly after, a short-order cook working in a filthy diner was found dead in a construction site: the guy used to have sex with hookers, but he is not the real target, only a hapless place himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. The perp is working girls' serial killer who want cleansing them from their filth. A letter left by the death row inmate to his priest lead the detectives to the right pattern: who really killed the teenage innocent girl?

Stevens is very angry because she was the one who put the man in jail and she was sure there weren't made mistake at the time even if proofs like love bite lead Nichols to think differently. Her former partner come from Chicago in her rescue.


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