Craigslist Killing

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  • Philip Markoff and Megan McAllister.
  • April 21: Medical student Philip Markoff, 23, is arraigned in Boston on murder, kidnapping and armed robbery charges in the so-called 'Craigslist Killing.'
  • April 21: Medical student Philip Markoff, 23, is arraigned in Boston on murder, kidnapping and armed robbery charges in the so-called 'Craigslist Killing.'
  • April 21: Boston University medical student Philip Markoff stands during his arraignment in Boston Municipal Court. Markoff has been ordered held without bail on charges that he fatally shot a masseuse he had lured to his hotel through Craigslist.
  • April 21: Boston University medical student Philip Markoff stands during his arraignment in Boston Municipal Court. Markoff has been ordered held without bail on charges that he fatally shot a masseuse he had lured to his hotel through Craigslist.
  • Megan McAllister and Philip Markoff, in a photo of the engaged couple posted on Facebook.
  • A home photo of alleged 'Craigslist Killer' Philip Markoff.
  • April 20: A plainclothes police officer enters a residential building where 'Craigslist Killing' suspect Philip Markoff lives in Quincy, Mass. Police later served a search warrant seeking evidence in the case.
  • Julissa Brisman, 26, of New York. Boston police are investigating attacks on two masseuses-for-hire at luxury hotels, including the killing of Brisman at the Marriott Copley.
  • Surveillance footage from the Marriot Copley Place hotel shows the suspect in the death of a woman there.
  • This frame grab from a video surveillance camera at the Marriott Copley provided by the Boston Police Department shows a 'person of interest' in attacks on two masseuses-for-hire at luxury hotels. Boston police are investigating attacks on two masseuses-for-hire at luxury hotels, including the killing of one woman at the ritzy Marriott Copley, as the industry braces for an onslaught of guests for next week's marathon. Both women had advertised massage services on Craigslist, the online classified service, and both were guests at luxury hotels.
  • This shot from a video surveillance camera at the Marriott Copley provided by the Boston Police Department shows a 'person of interest' in attacks on two masseuses-for-hire at luxury hotels.
  • The 'person of interest' in the Craiglist attacks on two masseuses in luxury hotels, pictured here on surveillance camera at the Boston Marriott Copley.
  • The 'person of interest' in the Craiglist attacks on two masseuses in luxury hotels, pictured here on surveillance camera at the Boston Marriott Copley.

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