11-02-2014, 04:36 PM #1Registered User
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NE - Linda LePordo, 20, Stratford, 22 Oct 1973(The police chief) has reopened the department's only unsolved homicide, the 1973 murder of 20-year-old Linda LePordo. LePordo was strangled at the Yorkshire Plaza Apartments, now known as the Woodmere Apartments. The petite Massachusetts native was found lying face up next to her bed in a sheer pink nightgown pulled up to her waist. The killer also etched a misspelled racial slur onto her leg.
Authorities never made an arrest or identified a suspect, and the case went cold. But with help from the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, police recently have uncovered new evidence and are seeking the public's help, Morello said...
LePordo's former boyfriend, Melvin "Doc" Pinkston, who is black, confirmed at his Magnolia home Thursday he has been targeted by police.
11-02-2014, 05:37 PM #2
the killer also etched a misspelled racial slur onto her leg
Would that be ****** lover?..........I believe she was killed by white not black. And it was racist. A hate crime as we call it today. I guess the DNA that they say they have will determine once and for all whom may have committed the crime.
11-02-2014, 06:59 PM #3
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