Prolific Serial Killer To Plead Guilty In Cincinnati’s Slayings

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 24th, 2019

During the interview, federal officials said Little seemed to remember his victims and the killings in great detail.

Could it be that Samuel Little knows the his time on this earth is rapidly evaporating and he reckoning day is upon him, and he must confess of sins or his evil ways? Or, could be he is thinking like it is said in the line from the 1939 film Gone with the Wind starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

These fundamental ecclesiastical presuppositions are profoundly articulated in 2 Corinthians 5:10 of the King James Bible “For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that every one may receive the things done in his or her body, according to that which he or she hath done, whether it be good or bad.” And Romans 14:12 of the King James Bible “So then every one of us shall give account of himself or herself to God.” Accordingly, he is an extremely evil man!

According to Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters, Samuel Little will be arraigned, plead guilty and be sentenced at noon Friday via teleconference. Little will appear on the teleconference live from the California State Prison in Los Angeles County, where he is serving multiple life sentences.

The FBI has described him as the country’s most prolific serial killer. He is slated to plead guilty to two slayings in the Cincinnati area.

Reportedly 80-year-old Samuel Little has admitted to killing two women in the Cincinnati area decades ago.

Thusly, on Friday afternoon, August 24th, 2019 Little plead guilty and was sentenced for those crimes in Hamilton County.

According to Deters due to Little’s health, he is unable to travel to Ohio to face his felony indictment.

Reportedly, Little has confessed to more than 90 killings across the United States between 1970 and 2005.

Ironically, federal agents investigating Little have said, still there are numbers of Little’s confessions that remain uncorroborated. However, in an eerie twist, Little has been painting his victims from a California prison, and he remembers many of them with great detail.

The crimes in Cincinnati to which Little is answering includes the slaying of Annie Lee Stewart.

According to investigators Little strangled Stewart in Cincinnati back on Sunday, October 11th, 1981.

investigators continued to say, after killing her he drove to Grove City to dump her body in the woods because it was raining in Cincinnati at that time. However, investigators have not identified the second local victim.

Nevertheless, they are anticipating his drawings of her together with their own sketch based on his description of her might inspire someone’s memory.

According to court records Little has a lengthy criminal history dating back to 1956. In reality the scope and extent of his crimes was largely unknown until he was arrested at a Kentucky homeless shelter in 2012.

Subsequently, when arrested in Kentucky, he was extradited to California, where he was wanted on a narcotics charge. While in custody, investigators with the Los Angeles Police Department said they obtained DNA evidence tying Little to three unsolved homicides from 1987 and 1989.

Pursuant to these crimes, Little was convicted and sentenced in 2014 to three consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole.

Amazingly, throughout his trial Little maintained his innocence. However, according to federal officials in all three cases, these women had been beaten and then strangled, and their bodies were dumped in an alley, a dumpster and a garage.

Also, early in the 1980’s, Little was charged with killing women in Mississippi and Florida. Although he escaped indictment in Mississippi he was conviction in Florida.

Additionally, he’d served time for assaulting a woman in Missouri and for the assault and false imprisonment of a woman in San Diego.

Reportedly, when Los Angeles authorities got the DNA hit on Little, they asked the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program to work up a full background on him.

Obviously, investigators demonstrated that the FBI found an enormously alarming pattern and compelling links to many more murders.

Allegedly earlier this year federal investigators interviewed Little. officials said the convicted killer was hoping to change prisons at the time and in exchange for a move, he was willing to talk.

During the interview, federal officials said Little seemed to remember his victims and the killings in great detail.

Thusly, in Tuesday’s report federal agents wrote, “He remembers where he was, and what car he was driving. He draws pictures of many of the women he killed. However, when it comes to remembering dates he is less reliable.”

Agents added, Little said he chose to kill marginalized and vulnerable women who were often involved in prostitution and addicted to drugs, and their bodies sometimes went unidentified and their deaths were not investigated. He is an evil man! Question; is he worthy of death? That might be too good for him! Still he is not worthy of being in the same planet with other people.

 

Author: Ishton W. Morton

Formerly, Ishton W. Morton is an educator and promoter for community advocacy which includes creating programs and services, developing partnerships, and changing public policies, laws, and practices to improve the lifestyle of all people I’m still having an overwhelming desire to provide an Outreach Continuing Education process through this media.