By Michael Benson
<CENTER>A beautiful younger lady . . .
Denise Amber Lee was once a 21-year-old fortunately married mom of 2 little boys. She had her complete lifestyles sooner than her...until an interloper broke into her Florida domestic. inside of a number of brief hours she used to be savagely terrorized, murdered, and buried bare in a shallow grave close to a desolate swamp.
<CENTER>A wicked KILLER . . .
Michael King, a 38-year-old out-of-work plumber, used to be a ticking time bomb. For years, pals referred to as the police on King, complaining that, between different issues, he'd thrown battery acid of their pool and slashed their tires. Denise's destiny used to be some distance worse. In a frightening act of cruelty, King sure her with duct tape, raped her time and again, then shot her dead.
<CENTER>A TRAGIC FAILURE. . .
Incredibly, Denise controlled to name 911 twice in the course of her abduction. Eyewitnesses and her distraught husband often known as, yet a gradual, inefficient process tragically failed her....
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I’m from Tampa. ” Conversation could be heard on the operator’s end. Where was the caller exactly? Anywhere near the Chili’s restaurant? What make of car was she driving? ” the operator asked. Jane Kowalski said that she was driving a silver Mercedes. ” “No, no, I mean ... ” “That’s probably a good idea, actually. Yeah, okay, all right,” the caller said, now understanding that the operator, despite her assurances to the contrary, thought there was a possibility that she was in harm’s way. Now there was a long pause and all that could be heard was typing on the computer as the operator input the information she knew so far.
Denise Lee might’ve been in the car, so it was a no-brainer. Pope put on his lights and siren. The Camaro pulled over almost immediately, easing onto the interstate shoulder. The trooper pulled right up on his rear bumper in his Marauder. Because he was in an unmarked vehicle, he didn’t have a spotlight and couldn’t illuminate the interior of the suspect’s vehicle. ” He used his “loud Italian New York voice” to order the driver out of the car. No response. The trooper could see the driver inside the car moving around a little bit.
Unable to help her, he almost couldn’t listen to her terrified voice. And she’d been so smart and done such a good job. She gave her name and the street on which she lived. She managed to give the operator all of that info, while making her kidnapper think she was talking to him. Plus, she managed to stay on the phone for so long. He was convinced they were going to find her and rescue her. Because they’d had so long to track the call, they would know just where she was. As police would soon realize, however, the kidnapper had a cheaper than cheap cell phone, one that was practically disposable, and it was not equipped with a GPS, which would enable police to track it to a precise location.
A Killer's Touch by Michael Benson