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A serial killer has claimed that his victims were actually 'criminals' and that he was trying to 'save' the woman he held captive in a shipping container as a sex slave for two months.Todd Kohlhepp, 46, made the outrageous claims from behind bars in a South Carolina prison, writing a letter to a New York Post reporter that emerged on Saturday.The Cubs also had the larger and more traditional visit with President Barack Obama in January, four days before the Trump inauguration.The North Carolina men's basketball team said last week that it won't visit the White House because of a scheduling conflict.This summer, many theaters will be showcasing a live stream Jimmy Buffet concert, which in 2014 doesn’t seem to fit, but does the drive-in belong in the age of i Pads and 3-D printing? Because the drive-in’s quaint nature is no more than it advertises.The biggest event to happen to the drive-in industry, switching to digital, is advertised on dated websites with glittery backdrops that remind you of an early America Online profile. In its simplicity, affordable tickets bring communities together on sticky summer nights and that’s a rarity today.
Kohlhepp bizarrely claimed that, far from being his victim, Brown was 'as big a criminal as I am'.'All of my victims were criminals,' he went on.'No one wants to really look at who they were, families, connections''Not that it makes it right, I was wrong to do what I did,' he then wrote, in his only hint of remorse for the vile crimes.In addition to killing Carver, Kohlhepp has admitted to six other slayings: a quadruple homicide at a motorcycle dealership in 2003, and the murder of a husband and wife who were lured to his property very similarly to Brown and her boyfriend.I can practically hear The National flowing through the car speakers of America’s youth on their way down the highway to the most wholesome way to spend a Friday night. We love our cars and going to the movies is the standard fallback plan every weekend.
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