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  OLSON Clifford Robert  *  + Serial Killer CANADA ... ... 11+
aka 1980 1981 Vancouver
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Verdict/Urteil: 11 x life
 

A Vancouver, British Columbia, native, this police informer spent most of his life in trouble with the law. Between 1957 and 1981 he logged ninety-four arrests. His murderous reign of terror around Vancouver started in November of 1980 with the abduction and slaughter of a twelve-year-old girl. His specialty was killing youngsters and enjoyed offing the occasional hitchhiker whenever the chance arose. In August 1981 Olson was arrested when he picked up two female hitchhikers. After striking a deal with the prosecution, Cliffy confessed to a string of killings. Somehow Olson was able to convince authorities to pay his wife and child $10,000 per proven kill. By confessing to eleven kills, Cliff's family collected a nice chunk of change. On January 11, 1982, Clifford was sentenced to eleven concurrent life terms.
While in jail, Anything-for-a-buck-Cliff announced through his lawyer in March, 1996 that he had registered with Canada's copyright office to protect his proposed video series offering psychological insights. Cliff plans to call the video, "Motivational Sexual Homicide Patterns of Serial Child Killer Clifford Robert Olson."
April 2, 2000: Claiming he can locate the bodies of two victims, Olson is negotiating with Hawaiian officials for a little island vacation. "We are taking it seriously because our records show he visited the island in 1980," said Dean Yamashiro, the deputy public defender in Honolulu. Last year Olson told Irish police he killed two women while he was visiting in the 1980s. He also said he has a friend there that killed five women and is the deaded South Dublin Killer. Operation Trace, an Irish police unit set up to probe the disappearances of at least five women, dismissed Olson's claims as a deranged killer wanting a free trip overseas. "All I am doing is trying to help authorities around the world to find the bodies of the dead men and women," he told to the Irish Mirror during a 30-minute phone interview. "I can find the bodies in Ireland without any problem. I know exactly where they are."

A Vancouver, British Columbia, native, this police informer spent most of his life in trouble with the law. Between 1957 and 1981 he logged ninety-four arrests. His murderous reign of terror around Vancouver started in November of 1980 with the abduction and slaughter of a twelve-year-old girl. His specialty was killing youngsters and enjoyed offing the occasional hitchhiker whenever the chance arose. In August 1981 Olson was arrested when he picked up two female hitchhikers. After striking a deal with the prosecution, Cliffy confessed to a string of killings. Somehow Olson was able to convince authorities to pay his wife and child $10,000 per proven kill. By confessing to eleven kills, Cliff's family collected a nice chunk of change. On January 11, 1982, Clifford was sentenced to eleven concurrent life terms.
While in jail, Anything-for-a-buck-Cliff announced through his lawyer in March, 1996 that he had registered with Canada's copyright office to protect his proposed video series offering psychological insights. Cliff plans to call the video, "Motivational Sexual Homicide Patterns of Serial Child Killer Clifford Robert Olson."
April 2, 2000: Claiming he can locate the bodies of two victims, Olson is negotiating with Hawaiian officials for a little island vacation. "We are taking it seriously because our records show he visited the island in 1980," said Dean Yamashiro, the deputy public defender in Honolulu. Last year Olson told Irish police he killed two women while he was visiting in the 1980s. He also said he has a friend there that killed five women and is the deaded South Dublin Killer. Operation Trace, an Irish police unit set up to probe the disappearances of at least five women, dismissed Olson's claims as a deranged killer wanting a free trip overseas. "All I am doing is trying to help authorities around the world to find the bodies of the dead men and women," he told to the Irish Mirror during a 30-minute phone interview. "I can find the bodies in Ireland without any problem. I know exactly where they are."


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