By Michael Benson
<CENTER>A lovely younger lady . . .
Denise Amber Lee was once a 21-year-old fortunately married mom of 2 little boys. She had her entire lifestyles prior to her...until an interloper broke into her Florida domestic. inside a number of brief hours she was once savagely terrorized, murdered, and buried bare in a shallow grave close to a desolate swamp.
<CENTER>A wicked KILLER . . .
Michael King, a 38-year-old out-of-work plumber, used to be a ticking time bomb. For years, associates known as the police on King, complaining that, between different issues, he'd thrown battery acid of their pool and slashed their tires. Denise's destiny used to be a ways worse. In a scary act of cruelty, King certain her with duct tape, raped her many times, then shot her dead.
<CENTER>A TRAGIC FAILURE. . .
Incredibly, Denise controlled to name 911 twice in the course of her abduction. Eyewitnesses and her distraught husband also known as, yet a gradual, inefficient procedure tragically failed her....
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Caller ID told police that the call came from a phone belonging to a Michael “Mike” Lee King. A listing of registered vehicles almost instantaneously corroborated Jenifer-Marie Eckert’s info—King drove a green Chevy Camaro. A new BOLO included King’s name and the presumed license plate number on his car. When Nate heard about Denise’s 911 call, his brain scrambled for comfort with wishful thinking: It might be a teenager playing a practical joke. Oh, if only that were true. A recording of the 911 tape was played for Rick Goff, who confirmed, with his heart breaking, that it was the voice of his daughter.
Denise: “I don’t know. Please just take me to my house. Can you take me to my home? ” Denise: “I can’t see. ” There was more unintelligible anger from the man. ” Denise: “I can’t hear you. It’s too loud. ” And with that, the connection was broken. Denise had stayed on the phone six and a half minutes. Caller ID told police that the call came from a phone belonging to a Michael “Mike” Lee King. A listing of registered vehicles almost instantaneously corroborated Jenifer-Marie Eckert’s info—King drove a green Chevy Camaro.
The car usurped the spot in the Lees’ driveway usually occupied by the husband’s car. For a moment, Jenifer-Marie made eye contact. The last she saw of him he seemed to be fumbling around with something in the front seat. She thought the man had located his destination, so she went back in her house. As she was reentering the house, she heard the car door slam, indicating the driver had gotten out. Fifteen or twenty minutes later—her boyfriend really late now—she went outside again and stood in her driveway, just in time to see the car leave the Lees’ house—in a hurry.
A Killer's Touch by Michael Benson