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Episode Info: Welcome to Episode 14 of the True Crime Review Podcast. This is a True Crime Audio episode, presenting primary source audio (complete with full transcript below) from the trial of Dennis Lynn Rader, who called himself BTK, which stands for “bind, torture, kill.” This episode is actually the first of a two-part series on B.T.K. and presents his court room confession. The next episode, episode 15, will be a standard episode including news updates and a cold case. Episode 16, our next True Crime Audio episode, will include Rader’s own sentencing mitigation statement and, most importantly, several victim impact statements read aloud in court, in Rader’s presence, by the people whose lives were affected by Rader’s evil. We go now to the June 27, 2005 confession of Dennis Rader, a.k.a. B.T.K. [ audio ] This has been Episode 14 of the True Crime Review Podcast. This was part one of a two part True Crime Audio series about Dennis Rader, a.k.a. BTK. This episode was the killer’s court room confession. The next True Crime Audio installment of the True Crime Review Podcast will be Episode 16. It will include Rader’s sentencing mitigation statement and, most importantly, several victim impact statements made in court by those affected by the evil serial killer’s homicidal acts. The following is a transcript from the court proceeding which occurred on June 27, 2005 in the Eighteenth Judicial District Court, Sedgwick County, Kansas, Docket Number 05-CR498. In the Eighteenth Judicial District District Court, Sedgwick County, Kansas Criminal Department Case No. 05 – CR498 Transcript of Pleas of Guilty Proceedings had before the Honorable Gregory L. Waller, Judge of Division 5 of the Eighteenth Judicial Districtof Kansas, on June 27, 2005. Murder of the Otero Family The Defendant: On January 15th, 1974, I maliciously, intentionally and premeditation killed Joseph Otero. Count Two – The Court: All right. Mr. Rader, I need to find out more information. On that particular day, the 15th day of January, 1974, can youRead more »

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