18 November 2010

Police slow to respond to possible serial killer of women in Philly

There is unanimous agreement among the women working the [Kensington Avenue prostitutes'] stroll that the police feel that sexual violence is simply an occupational hazard that women who choose this way of life should cope with on their own. That a serial killer would view the stroll as fertile territory for finding easy kills among disposable women, to them, only seems a logical outcome of the long standing unwritten police policies that condone the violence against them.
Jeff Deeney at The Newsweek Daily Beast on how the police have been slow to react to an apparent serial killer in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, because he targets prostitutes.

Anyway, here's a composite sketch of the suspect:

Is that an iPod?

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