73 – Lorenzo Fayne
Lorenzo Fayne was an American serial killer and necrophile who was active from 1989 to 1993. They did not quickly capture him because he lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and East St. Louis, Illinois. Plus, the police were understaffed in a time of record murders and underfunding to where they couldn’t afford car radios.
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72 – Sandra Maloney
Sandra and John Maloney were going through a contentious divorce. Sandra Maloney was found dead and burned in her home in 1998. John was a detective and arson investigator who was convicted of the crime.
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71 – Bruce Pardo
Bruce Pardo gunned down his ex-wife’s family while wearing a Santa Suit on Christmas Eve and burned their home down. 9 people died in the massacre. Pardo killed himself a few hours later in his brother’s home.
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70 – The Green Bay Diocese and Reverend John Feeney
The Green Bay Diocese moved child molesting priest, John Feeney, from city to city instead of investigating the serious allegations against him. The cover-up by the Diocese went far beyond one priest, and for decades, they were moving priests from city to city to outrun sexual assault accusations.
69 – Cha Vang
James Nichols shot and killed Cha Vang, a 30-year-old Hmong hunter from Green Bay and tried to claim self-defense. This was the second major incident that took place between Hmong and White hunters in northern Wisconsin and increased tensions in the state.
68 – Glenn Kopitske
High school student Gary Hirte killed Glenn Kopitske to see if he could get away with the crime. In court, Hirte claimed he was temporarily insane during the crime, which was fueled by shame and humiliation after having a same sex encounter.