A German police detective is under investigation for a series of murders that shocked the country, after a secret note found in a man’s car detailed how he escaped before death by taking a bullet to the back of the head.
German police said the officer, identified as the ‘Grele’ serial killer from 1996, was identified from DNA taken from blood stains on four of the bodies.
And now, a Facebook post that shows the self-confessed serial killer under the name Marcus Greenberg has been viewed millions of times. Greenberg wrote that, though he killed 11 people, he was unable to get arrested.
The evidence was found in a dashboard camera, after a woman claiming to be the sister of a woman who died told police she was with her sister one day when a stranger left their car. A detective asked about an unsettled note left by the man inside the car, and a gun was found. Greenberg was immediately pulled over and asked a number of questions, but he spoke with a huge British accent and claimed not to know why police stopped him.
Investigators later determined that Greenberg was the driving force behind the ‘Grele’ murders.