By Dennis L. Breo, William J. Martin
Corazon Amurao, the nurse the killer left in the back of, faced Speck at trial and instructed jurors, "This is the man!" Richard Speck used to be spared execution via superb courtroom rulings and here's the interior tale of ways he confessed to the murders in a sordid legal video made 3 years prior to his dying of a center assault in 1991. And the following, in specific interviews and images, is the lifestyles this day of the nurse who survived the crime that murdered American innocence.
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