Killer Cops - Netflix

Killer Cops is a documentary series that takes an in-depth look at what leads America's most trusted citizens to commit the ultimate betrayal - murder.

Killer Cops - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-08

Killer Cops - Dennis Rader - Netflix

Dennis Lynn Rader (born March 9, 1945) is an American serial killer who murdered ten people in Sedgwick County, Kansas between 1974 and 1991. He is also known as the BTK Killer or the BTK Strangler. “BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”, which was his infamous signature. He sent letters describing the details of the murders to police and local news outlets before his arrest. After a decade-long hiatus, Rader resumed sending letters in 2004, leading to his 2005 arrest and subsequent guilty plea. He is currently serving ten consecutive life sentences at El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas.

Killer Cops - Music - Netflix

Aggrotech band Suicide Commando released an album titled Bind, Torture, Kill in 2006. The album features songs titled “Bind, Torture, Kill” and “Rader”. Brutal death metal band Suffocation released a track titled “Bind, Torture, Kill” on their 2006 self-titled album, containing lyrics written from the point of view of Dennis Rader about his motivations for and feelings about committing murder. This track was featured in a 2007 promotional video by The History Channel for their documentary, The Dark Ages. Progressive rock musician Steven Wilson's track “Raider II” on his 2011 album Grace for Drowning is based on the murders committed by Rader. Doom metal band Church of Misery, released a track in 2013 called “B.T.K” about Rader on their album, Thy Kingdom Scum. Thrash metal band Exodus, released a track on their 2014 album, Blood In, Blood Out called “BTK” which is based on the murders performed by Rader. The track also featured Testament vocalist Chuck Billy.

Killer Cops - References - Netflix