Thousands of pieces of evidence were released Thursday in the case of the so-called Craigslist Killer, including the words of the accused killer himself – evidence that prosecutors say would have guaranteed his conviction.
Prosecutors formally dropped murder charges Thursday against a man who committed suicide in his jail cell while awaiting trial in the slaying of a masseuse he met through Craigslist.
Two words, written in his own blood, appeared to be a final message from the alleged Craigslist killer.
An apparent suicide brings the Craigslist killer case to a shocking end. Now Massachusetts authorities want to know how it could have happened.
Former Boston University medical student Philip Markoff was found dead in jail Sunday.