FBI talking to Pennsylvania police over accused Craigslist killer
Published on Feb 17, 2014 6:35 AM
NEW YORK (REUTERS) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said on Sunday it was in contact with local police in the case of Miranda Barbour, who is charged with murdering a Pennsylvania man she lured via the website Craigslist and reportedly admits to the killing and at least 22 other slayings.
Barbour, 19, could face the death penalty in connection with the murder of the 42-year-old man who answered her bogus ad offering sex for US$100 (S$126), authorities said.
In a jailhouse interview, Barbour said she was part of a satanic cult and had no remorse for her victims, according to an article published in Saturday's edition of the Daily Item newspaper in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
She admitted that she and her husband stabbed and strangled Troy LaFerrara in Sunbury in November because "he said the wrong things".
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