Washington state Republican Rep. Dave Reichert, the former sheriff of King County, Washington, wrote a book on his search for Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer who admitted to killing 49 women. He’s upset that Ridgway will no longer be called an “offender” under a new policy issued by the Washington Department of Corrections. Staffers have been told to use other words, such as “student” or “patient” or individual.”
Washington state Republican Rep. Dave Reichert, the former sheriff of King County, Washington, wrote a book on his search for Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer who admitted to killing 49 women. He’s upset that Ridgway will no longer be called an “offender” under a new policy issued by the Washington Department of Corrections. Staffers have been told to use other words, such as “student” or “patient” or individual.” TED S. WARREN AP
Washington state Republican Rep. Dave Reichert, the former sheriff of King County, Washington, wrote a book on his search for Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer who admitted to killing 49 women. He’s upset that Ridgway will no longer be called an “offender” under a new policy issued by the Washington Department of Corrections. Staffers have been told to use other words, such as “student” or “patient” or individual.” TED S. WARREN AP

Green River Killer will no longer be called an offender. Ex-sheriff is unhappy

November 16, 2016 2:45 PM