A man entered the FBI office and confessed to a crime committed 44 years ago in Boston

A man entered the FBI office and confessed to a crime committed 44 years ago in Boston


Investigators took a DNA sample from the murderer, which turned out to match those at the crime scene.

Investigators took a DNA sample from the murderer, which turned out to match those at the crime scene.

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For more than four decades, the Boston Police kept an unsolved crime, due to the lack of clues that would help determine who was behind the rape and murder of Susan Marcia Rose24 years old, occurred on October 30, 1979.

However, everything took a turn recently when the murderer himself, John Michael Irmer68, went to the FBI offices in Oregon to confess everything.

According to this man鈥檚 statements, he met Susan at a skating rink in Boston in October 1979. That day the two walked toward a building at 285 Beacon Street, which was undergoing renovations at the time.

Shortly after entering the property, Michael took a hammer and hit the woman in the head, causing her death.

According to The New York Post, Irmer also confessed to having raped the corpse he left abandoned at the scene, and the next day he fled to New York.

Once he confessed everything, the murderer was transferred from Portland to Boston to be formally charged with the murder and rape of Rose on October 30, 1979.

At that time it was determined that the cause of death was multiple blunt force injuries to the head, with skull fractures and brain lacerations. This is consistent with the facts confessed by Irmer.

The researchers They took a DNA sample from Irmer, which turned out to match those at the crime scene.

Another male suspect was originally charged with the violent crime, but was acquitted during a trial in June 1981.

I would be behind other crimes

But that鈥檚 not all, as he allegedly told FBI agents in Oregon that He wanted to 鈥渃onfess to several murders鈥prosecutors said in court, as reported by the Boston Globe.

He also confessed to killing another person in the South. The case is still being investigated, Deputy District Attorney John Verner said in court.

鈥淣early 44 years after losing her at such a young age, the family and friends of Susan Marcia Rose will finally have some answers,鈥 Suffolk District Attorney Kevin Hayden said in a statement.

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