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 entire lifestyles sooner than her...until an interloper broke into her Florida domestic. inside of a couple 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, buddies known 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 was once a ways worse. In a scary act of cruelty, King certain her with duct tape, raped her many times, 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 also known as, yet a gradual, inefficient method tragically failed her....
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The woman: “Please let me go. Please let me go. ” The man’s accusatory tone could be heard, but his words couldn’t be understood. “I’m sorry,” the woman said, her voiced reduced by terror into an infantile whine. ” “I’m sorry,” the woman repeated. ” The man was unaware that the phone had been connected to the emergency operator. He was scolding the woman for alerting people in their vicinity of her distress. Perhaps they were in a car. “Now I want to bring you in there again,” the man said. ” “Please let me go, please.
Many locals—natives and snowbirds alike—first learned of the missing woman at one of the roadblocks set up across North Port, tying up the evening commute. A helicopter flew low over the back roads, north of Interstate 75. All main roads right up to the county line had a cop car on them searching for Camaros. Many places were searched—but they weren’t the right places. A Code Red call was issued to residents who lived in the vicinity of Sardinia. There was at least one false alarm, as one of King’s neighbors reported a green Camaro, which turned out not to be the right one.
Jane Kowalski sat in the parking lot, and sat and sat. She began to fume. She knew a little bit about 911 systems. She had, in fact, worked in the 911 industry. She’d worked for a company that developed 911 software and had been responsible for the software’s implementation. “I had personally installed the system with my engineers,” she remembered. ” One of the reasons she’d been so precise in the information she gave was the time she spent in emergency call centers. She knew the information that was needed and had given it to them in a calm, concise, and accurate fashion.
A Killer's Touch by Michael Benson