Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 10 Tightening the Net Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Tightening the Net Summary and Analysis

In the late 1970s and early 80s, law enforcement was not coordinated like it is today. Agencies could not communicate or share information with one another, and sometimes it was hard to catch killers that operated in different areas. Harvey Glatman was instrumental in changing that. He would put ads in the paper for women to model for him. Once the women arrived he would try to make them feel comfortable and would give them alcohol. He would eventually ask them to undress and would tie them up and rape them. After raping them, he would kill the women. Glatman claimed that the women were asking for him to rape and kill them and confessed as much when he was eventually caught. He was caught by an LAPD policeman who traveled to different parts of...

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