Mr Broomfield, who spoke to relatives and friends of Franklin to produce the documentary, claims when his son Christopher told him officers were almost 'grateful' that the alleged Grim Sleeper had rid the streets of some of the 'problem' people they had been dealing with on an almost daily basis.He added that in the one-and-a-half years it took to make the documentary, Franklin was described as a 'loving father' and almost a Robin Hood figure, who would fix people's cars and get cheap washing machines if they needed them.006 12 29 Points 1316 Partenaires vivaocs target blanc baznas FWD V4 solid 000 safiweb hostma 00px 3px vertical love jiji bientot hichamtoldo skyblog blank siro tssalo mehdibono wesh houssam salam sarah slt tt monde lkhassar sqal 07 wlad asfi t9admo walah mdintkom wa3ra mais ntoma mhachrine m simo simoraymy mimo moi meryem safi c est mon msn mailto soso 2005 mousi9a net hicham toldo ach hadak chi sadi9 dyalach site adrianhicham 3l makshof tamo sba7 lkhayre sba7ato lilah manak miss kawtar salut yala9ina m3a ma7san mana ou tanatmana matab9awche tkhasro fi lhadra awlade khalti msa tupac saha hi everybody souma ha7na left Votre Message auteur maxlenght msg send Voir archives google 160 600 160x600 E1771E 006699 addv Ajouter Une addm addi Photo addt Telechargement addp Devenez partenaire Signaler bug erreur Contacter 250 Codage Design par Mohamed Yassine 0021274185715 N° 17 Bloc 62 Saida 46000 ligne 94 Total 65559 Corpyright Tous droits r? A man accused of murdering a string of women and dumping their bodies may have killed up to 180 people - escaping detection because the police force turned a blind eye to his crimes because his victims were mainly drug addicts and prostitutes, a documentary claims.
He said had the murders been taking place in somewhere like the wealthy district of Beverley Hills then the area would have been closed down, police presence increased and press coverage of the incident.
But they claimed he was often obsessed with crack addicts - becoming popular with women in the 1980s during the crack epidemic which swept Los Angeles.
In the same way as you do, they came to Inter Friendship in hopes of finding a soul mate.
Giving one comparison, he said the disappearance of dozens of women was treated very differently from a case in 1988 where a gang had shot students in Westwood - causing the whole city to be shut down.'If police had told the public in 1987 when they knew there was a serial killer who had already killed five victims, if they had told the community then I think things could have been very different and a lot of lives saved.
Mr Broomfield said had people been aware there was a danger they would have been more cautious about accepting lifts from people, because some of the victims were not prostitutes or drug addicts but simply those who were waiting for buses late at night.