US Prosecutor says Phoenix's "Serial Shooter" suspect clipped newspaper stories of killings
A prosecutor says a suspected serial killer accused of terrorizing the Phoenix area, shooting eight people and attacking 20 others, is a narcissist who cut out newspaper stories about the murders, the AP reported.
Prosecutor Vincent Imbordino told jurors Monday at the opening of Dale Hausner's trial that people in metropolitan Phoenix were frightened by the shootings.
Hausner, one of two men arrested in the "Serial Shooters" case, has pleaded not guilty in eight killings and 20 other attacks that occurred during 2005 and 2006.
Samuel Dieteman, Hausner's self-described accomplice who pleaded guilty to two murders in the case, plans to testify against his former roommate.
Hausner's attorneys are expected to make their opening statements Tuesday.