William Heirens ~ Plea for help.

William Heirens ~ Plea for help.

William George Heirens (November 15, 1928 – March 5, 2012) was a convicted American serial killer who confessed to three murders in 1946. Heirens was called the Lipstick Killer due to a notorious message scrawled in lipstick at a crime scene. At the time of his death, Heirens was reputedly the world's longest-serving prisoner, having spent 65 years in prison.[2]

William George Heirens (November 15, 1928 – March 5, 2012) was a convicted American serial killer who confessed to three murders in 1946. Heirens was called the Lipstick Killer due to a notorious message scrawled in lipstick at a crime scene. At the time of his death, Heirens was reputedly the world's longest-serving prisoner, having spent 65 years in prison.[2]

Imprisoned in 1946 for the �Lipstick Killer� murders of Chicago, William Heirens served 65 years despite evidence suggesting his innocence.

William Heirens: The 1946 Lipstick Killer

Imprisoned in 1946 for the �Lipstick Killer� murders of Chicago, William Heirens served 65 years despite evidence suggesting his innocence.

Serial Killer -The Lipstick Killer Documentary(William Heirens) So sad. Hint: He's not the creep, the police, prosecution, defense attorneys and the press are in addition to the real murderer who was obviously never captured.

Serial Killer -The Lipstick Killer Documentary(William Heirens) So sad. Hint: He's not the creep, the police, prosecution, defense attorneys and the press are in addition to the real murderer who was obviously never captured.

William Heirens, known as the Lipstick Killer, was caught burglarizing homes again and again and admitted doing that, but maintained all his life that he never killed anyone and pleaded guilty to the 3 murders only on the bad advice of a lawyer.  These days you could clear this up with DNA testing, but in 1949?  Not a chance.  This guy died in prison, still saying he didn't kill anyone.

William Heirens, known as the Lipstick Killer, was caught burglarizing homes again and again and admitted doing that, but maintained all his life that he never killed anyone and pleaded guilty to the 3 murders only on the bad advice of a lawyer. These days you could clear this up with DNA testing, but in 1949? Not a chance. This guy died in prison, still saying he didn't kill anyone.

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