Earl Richmond, a serial killer, murdered Lisa Ann Nadeau during April 1990
> on Fort Dix, New Jersey. Richmond was a former Army drill sergeant who was
> an acquaintance of Lisa’s. On the night of her murder, Richmond spent
> several hours with Lisa in her home (she was a single mother with two small
> children.) At one point Lisa made him leave due to an argument. According
> to Richmond, he later reentered the home through a kitchen window and
> killed Lisa. The embedded crime scene photos below show the scene and
> injuries. Previous to Richmond visiting Lisa, another black male had
> visited Lisa which confused the only witness to the murder, a young child.
> After Richmond attacked Lisa he carried her upstairs to her bedroom and
> left her on the bed as seen in the photos. Her daughter thought it was the
> other man which delayed the case for a year. During that year, Richmond
> went to Fayetteville, NC where he killed others. He killed one woman and
> their two children. Interestingly he was friends with the woman. He is also
> suspected of killing an elderly woman in a similar fashion; raped a young
> woman in a motel, and kidnapping a young couple where he raped the woman.
> When confronted about the crimes, Richmond readily confessed (read his
> final statement.)
> 1. Why do you think Richmond bound Lisa as she was found at the scene?
> 2. What does the crime scene indicate to you considering their
> 2. Why type of serial offender do you think he was?
> 3. Serial offenders rarely kill those they know; why do you think he did
> 4. What would be your profile of Richmond?
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> Lisa at the scene. Note the cyanosis in her skin.
> Stab wound to leg Blunt
> force injury to head by hammer
> Ligature marks on ankle ligature marks on
> wrist (cyanosis indicates life)
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Why do you think Richmond bound Lisa as she was found at the scene?
From the case study, it is evident that Earl Richmond was an expert serial killer who used different strategies to conceal his criminal activities. In my view, Richmond killed Lisa and left her in that condition, as seen in the photos, in an attempt to complicate the investigation process. By transferring the already dead bed to the bedroom, Richmond believed that the investigators would find it challenging to collect reliable evidence that could link him to Lisa’s death.
What does the crime scene indicate to you considering their relationship?
Looking at the crime scene, it is evident that there existed a conflicting relationship …
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