Foot Fetish Serial Killer Could Escape Execution

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Oregon state Supreme Court is preparing to review the death sentence handed serial killer Dayton Leroy Rogers nearly 23 years ago. The brutal murderer, who police say had a penchant for sawing off his victim’s feet, escaped the death penalty on two previous occasions.
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