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Christian Longo - Arrogant handwritten letter and envelope


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Christian Michael Longo became wanted in the murder of his wife and children in Oregon after the body of his four-year-old son was found on December 19, 2001 floating several feet from shore in the Lint Slough, a waterway off the Pacific Ocean, in Waldport, Oregon. Divers searching the same area where his son's body had been earlier found also located the body of his three-year-old sister on December 22, 2001. The bodies of the children's mother and two-year-old sister were found five days later. After leaving the United States, Longo had been recognized in Cancún on December 27, 2001 at a hostel. The next day he was charged December 28, 2001 in Lincoln County, Oregon with multiple counts of aggravated murder in the death of his family; and with unlawful flight by a federal arrest warrant issued in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. After leaving the hostel on January 7, 2002 he was captured six days later without incident in the small town of Tulum, Quintana Roo, about 60 miles south of Cancún. He was taken into U.S. custody at the Houston, Texas airport January 14, 2002. Longo was sentenced to death for the murders and awaits execution on Oregon's death row.

One page handwritten letter from Longo. An interesting letter due to Longo's arrogant attitude in which he states that he would normally rip up the recipients letter and move on, but since he's been informed that the recipient has advanced graphic design skills Longo proposes that perhaps there could be a working relationship in regards to a website that he runs. Letter is signed 'Peace'. Original matching handwritten envelope is included.

Longo items are pretty much non-existant on the true crime market making this a nice addition to any crime collection.

Product Code: CLONGO1E


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