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Michael Bruce ROSS




MICHAEL ROSS, center, convicted of killing eight young women, is escorted from Lisbon Town Hall by state police detectives Michael Malchik, left, and Frank Griffin on June 28, 1984, the day Ross confessed the murders to police. It was the first time investigators had met with Ross.
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Michael Ross under arrest.



















The victims


Dzung Ngoc Tu, victim.



Paula Perrera, victim.



Debra Taylor, victim.



April Brunais, victim.



Leslie Shelley, victim.



VICTIM LESLIE SHELLEY'S father, Edwin Shelley, talks to reporters outside the courthouse as his wife, Lera Shelley, wipes away tears after Ross was sentenced to death in June 1987 on six capital felony convictions, including one for the killing of their daughter and her best friend, April Brunais.
( File Photo)



Wendy Baribeault, victim.



VICTIM WENDY BARIBEAULT's father, sister and mother. Roger Baribeault, second from left, Cindy Baribeault, second from right, and Sharon Baribeault, right, thank state police Det. Michael Malchik, with back to camera, on June 29, 1984, the day after Michael Ross' arrest and confession. It was the investigation of their daughter's slaying that led police to Ross.
( File Photo)



Tammy Williams, victim.



VICTIM TAMMY WILLIAMS' father and stepmother, Everett and Priscilla Williams of Brooklyn, Conn., shown in a November 1985 photo. After Ross pleaded no contest to killing their daughter, for which he received a life sentence, Everett Williams said. Anything less than the death penalty is totally unacceptable as far as I'm concerned. ? Justice is what I'm looking for.
 ( File Photo)



Robin Stravinsky, victim.



MEMBERS OF VICTIM ROBIN STAVINSKY'S family. Stepmother Joan Stavinksy, second from left, and sisters Jennifer Riquier, second from right, and Debbie Therrien, right, face the media outside the courthouse after the jury sentenced Ross to death in June 1987.
( File Photo)



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