Episode: E123: “The Bayou Serial Killer” - Ronald Joseph Dominique

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E123: “The Bayou Serial Killer” - Ronald Joseph Dominique
He never caught a break growing up. He was mercilessly bullied, and no romantic prospects ever gave him a chance. In 1997, Ronald Dominique decided to take matters into his own hands. He would take what he wanted, no matter who got in his way.

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