After Speck's conviction and death sentence were upheld by the Illinois Supreme Court later that year and the appeals process moved to the Federal court system, articles continued to appear in the lay press reporting (or implying) that Speck's supposed XYY genotype would be invoked as a mitigating factor.
In October 1961, Speck met 15-year-old Shirley Annette Malone at the Texas State Fair. Before then, he had been responsible for other acts of violence against his family and others but had a knack for escaping the police.
, One week after his parole, on January 9, 1965, Speck was wielding a 17-inch (43 cm) carving knife when he attacked a woman in the parking lot of her apartment building.
, Two days after the murders, Speck was identified by a drifter named Claude Lunsford. Changing his mind at the last minute, he summoned help, and was taken to Cook County hospital, where, again, his tattoo gave him away, and he was arrested and taken into custody.
When police showed up at the Christy Hotel on April 19 to continue questioning Speck, they discovered he had left the hotel a few hours earlier, carrying his suitcases and saying he was just going to the laundromat. I know it keeps up their morale. Considerado sensacional, el caso había inspirado a varios artistas y cineastas y sus trabajos: signos de interrogación, recuadros u otros símbolos, «https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/richard-speck», «Meet Richard Speck, The Killer Who Slaughtered Eight Women In One Night», «7 Real-Life Horror Stories Behind American Horror Story», «The Story Behind The Murders On 'Mad Men, «10 Real-Life Murders Sung About By The Last People You'd Expect», https://es.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Richard_Speck&oldid=128053682, Prisioneros y detenidos de Estados Unidos, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores VIAF, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores ISNI, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores LCCN, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores SNAC, Licencia Creative Commons Atribución Compartir Igual 3.0, El personaje de Speck es entrevistado en el noveno episodio de la serie, La figura de Richard Speck conformaba la base histórica del episodio de la quinta temporada de. He moved to the Christy Hotel in downtown Monmouth on March 25 and spent most of his time in the downtown taverns. Horrified, the guard said, 'I thought you liked that bird.' He also described in detail the experience of strangling someone: "It's not like TV ... it takes over three minutes and you have to have a lot of strength. The seventh of eight children born to Benjamin and Mary, Richard Speck was raised in a poverty-stricken family. The NMU hiring hall was one block east of five attached two-story brick townhouses, three of which were occupied by South Chicago Community Hospital senior student nurses and Filipino exchange registered nurses. Ziporyn prepared a discharge summary with depression, anxiety, guilt, and shame among Speck's emotions, but also a deep love for his family.
 In a film inmates made at the Stateville Correctional Center in 1988, Speck recounted the brutal murders in detail. "How am I going to get in trouble? , On November 21, 1972, in Peoria, Judge Richard Fitzgerald re-sentenced Speck to from 400 to 1,200 years in prison (eight consecutive sentences of 50 to 150 years).
That same month, Speck stabbed a man in a knife fight at Ginny's Lounge.
The man blindfolded her, tied her up, raped her, ransacked her house, and stole the $2.50 she had earned babysitting that evening. , Felony Court Judge Herbert J. Paschen appointed an impartial panel to report on Speck's competence to stand trial and his sanity at the time of the crime – a panel of three physicians suggested by the defense and three physicians selected by the prosecution, consisting of five psychiatrists and one general surgeon. When Amurao was asked if she could identify the killer of her fellow students, Amurao rose from her seat in the witness box, walked directly in front of Speck and pointed her finger at him, nearly touching him, and said, "This is the man. At the hospital, Speck was recognized by Dr. LeRoy Smith, a 25-year-old surgical resident physician, who had read about the "Born To Raise Hell" tattoo in a newspaper story. Ziporyn's biography of Speck was published in the summer of 1967. He again stated he was high that night, but then he undercut the idea that the drugs were a mitigating factor, asserting he could just as well have "done it sober".
The 21-year-old Speck was convicted of forgery and burglary and sentenced to three years in prison.
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, In December 1965 and March 1966, Nature and The Lancet published findings by British cytogeneticist Patricia Jacobs and colleagues of a chromosome survey of patients at Scotland's only security hospital for the developmentally disabled. For the following week, Speck stayed at the St. Elmo, an East Side, Chicago flophouse at E. 99th St. & S. Ewing Ave. Speck then traveled by train to Houghton, Michigan, staying at the Douglas House, to visit Judy Laakaniemi, a 28-year-old nurse's aide going through a divorce, whom he had befriended at St. Joseph's Hospital.
His step-father was a traveling salesman with a long criminal record who would drink and verbally abus… He was paroled after serving 16 months from 1963 to 1965 in the Texas State Penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas.
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