Rader Skips Trial, Pleads Guilty as BTK Dennis Rader pleads guilty to being the so-called BTK serial killer, who terrorized in Wichita, Kan., beginning in the 1970s. Waiving his right to a jury trial, Rader pled guilty to 10 counts of first-degree murder.
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Rader Skips Trial, Pleads Guilty as BTK

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Rader Skips Trial, Pleads Guilty as BTK

Rader Skips Trial, Pleads Guilty as BTK

Rader Skips Trial, Pleads Guilty as BTK

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Dennis Rader pleads guilty to being the so-called BTK serial killer, who terrorized in Wichita, Kan., beginning in the 1970s. Waiving his right to a jury trial, Rader pled guilty to 10 counts of first-degree murder.