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Then you can buy this:

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =104474692

I am selling Kenneth A. Bianchi's, the infamous serial killer known as "Hillside Strangler" revolver. A Dan Wesson .357 mag and Sam Brown Belt, with handcuffs, two speed loaders and holster. Along with this equipment is documentation from the Bellingham Police Dept that said gun and equipment belonged to the Hillside Strangler and he was wearing it when arrested by Bellingham Police in Washington. I also have a letter signed by this killer, giving ownership of the gun and belt to his girl friend, Kelli Boyd, when released by the police to do what ever she wanted with the gun. She hocked it. The serial number on the pistol matches to the records of the Bellingham Police Dept, I also have a vast load of newspaper clippings goes with the gun. This is a one of kind item, no more just like it. This serial killer is serving to life sentences in Washington for the brutal murders of two woment there, he was convicted of 10 more in Los Angeles, California, and believed to have killed another seven their also. Please contact me with any questions, Emery Henderson 318-628-4239
 

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For the man who has everything. :roll:
 

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Just goes to show how corrupt the police evidence room can be. If a "normal" guy gets popped for a gun crime, don't they usually just destroy it? I'll bet that revolver was scooped up on the inside because he KNEW it would be valuable one day after everything had blown over. Why wasn't it destroyed after it was no longer needed for evidence? :roll:
 

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Just goes to show how corrupt the police evidence room can be. If a "normal" guy gets popped for a gun crime, don't they usually just destroy it? I'll bet that revolver was scooped up on the inside because he KNEW it would be valuable one day after everything had blown over. Why wasn't it destroyed after it was no longer needed for evidence? :roll:
add says it was released to his girlfriend (after the trial)
 

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Hell.. I can get a few of those 5,000 romy part kits from AKpart.com for that price :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
 

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dtemplar said:
Just goes to show how corrupt the police evidence room can be. If a "normal" guy gets popped for a gun crime, don't they usually just destroy it? I'll bet that revolver was scooped up on the inside because he KNEW it would be valuable one day after everything had blown over. Why wasn't it destroyed after it was no longer needed for evidence? :roll:
add says it was released to his girlfriend (after the trial)
Ah, didn't see that. Thanks for pointing it out. Still, I wonder why it wasn't just destroyed. It might have actually been her gun, but would that matter? If one of my guns was stolen and used in a crime, what's the chance of it being returned to me if they could determine who the rightful owner is?
 

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...Estimated value $250


:lol: :lol:

it seems well documented but for anyone other than a collector of criminal guns... its just not worth all that much.
 

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Yeah, If I had money to blow, Id buy it in a heartbeat......
 

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dtemplar said:
machineguneddie said:
dtemplar said:
Just goes to show how corrupt the police evidence room can be. If a "normal" guy gets popped for a gun crime, don't they usually just destroy it? I'll bet that revolver was scooped up on the inside because he KNEW it would be valuable one day after everything had blown over. Why wasn't it destroyed after it was no longer needed for evidence? :roll:
add says it was released to his girlfriend (after the trial)
Ah, didn't see that. Thanks for pointing it out. Still, I wonder why it wasn't just destroyed. It might have actually been her gun, but would that matter? If one of my guns was stolen and used in a crime, what's the chance of it being returned to me if they could determine who the rightful owner is?
I dont believe he used a gun in his crimes. this gun was the one he used working for a security company.
 

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The lead singer of Korn will most likely buy it.. Guy collects serial killer stuff.. Don't ask me why.. But I believe he drives Ted Bundies VW bug.. :roll:
 

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The lead singer of Korn will most likely buy it.. Guy collects serial killer stuff.. Don't ask me why.. But I believe he drives Ted Bundies VW bug.. :roll:
he doesnt drive it, but he does own it. he also has john wayne gacy's clown suit
 

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machineguneddie said:
silkywilson said:
The lead singer of Korn will most likely buy it.. Guy collects serial killer stuff.. Don't ask me why.. But I believe he drives Ted Bundies VW bug.. :roll:
he doesnt drive it, but he does own it. he also has john wayne gacy's clown suit
So, what's this psycho going to buy next? Some serial rapist's cock in a jar of formaldehyde? :roll:
 

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skyugo said:
i'd much rather have a gun that belonged to a hero.
I can think of a few old west outlaw types where I wouldn't mind owning one of their guns. Billy the Kid, Doc Holiday, etc. Heck, one of Bonnie and Clyde's or Al Capone's guns would be pretty cool, too.
 

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I would rather have a firearm that was used to defend America by an ordinary soldier. Some of Teddy R's stuff would be good too.
 

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if anyone buys that, i will gladly volunteer to bitch slap them for wasting 90 grand.
 
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