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  1. #496
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    I've been wondering -- what benefit would a killer get by wrapping a victim in electrical cord? Is this a signature thing? It seems like an unnecessary thing to do.


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    In a lot of cases it appears to be because it's a handy strong, thin, flexible thing to tie something/somebody up or use as a ligature. Maybe the only thing handy. Extension cords especially seem to be unplanned domestic violence in many cases. Which makes me wonder about RE's relationship to his victims.

    re: electrical cord/wire/extension cord/etc

    The LE and/or coroner's descriptions of the cords don't appear to make careful distinctions about what kind of cord or wire it was. In one case that I didn't include because it happened while RE was in jail, they even refer to it as "wire" in one sentence and "extension cord" in the next.
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