http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/135411_remains18.html More than two decades after the Green River Killer terrorized the Puget Sound region, searchers still are seeking evidence. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports on a weekend discovery could prove to be a major development in the case. A human skeleton and several fragments of more bones were found by the King County sheriff's Green River task force. The discoveries were the first since the task force was formed anew in early 1991. But the human skeleton, including a skull, hasn . . .
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