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took early retirement, went back to school, taught and did volunteer work. But the Dahmer case was never far away. "It's the defining moment in his career and his life, in a sense," said Chris James Thompson, the local director of the independent documentary. "That's the career moment for him. At the same time, it's this hor ribly dark moment for the Adidas Superstar Maroon Suede
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""I mean, I had breakfast with him and lunch with him, and I would bring the paper in and show him what the people were saying about him. It sounds weird that we became friends, but we were kind of friendly. We were friends. I actually kind of started to like the guy and feel sorry for him," he said. Adidas Superstar Black With White Stripes "He was a pathetic soul. "For Dahmer's first court appearance, Kennedy gave him an old shirt and pair of blue jeans that had belonged to one of his sons. "The day before his trial he had mentioned to me, 'Pat, I feel all greasy and funky and I gotta go in front of people tomorrow,' " Kennedy said. Adidas Superstar Yellow Suede
Dahmer was convicted in 1992 of killing and dismembering 15 people and sentenced to 957 years in prison where he was later killed along with another inmate. When Kennedy first laid eyes on Dahmer, he was hogtied, whining and bleeding on the ground, Kennedy recalled in an interview related to the documentary. The film is billed as an exploration of the case by those who surrounded him before and after the killings. "He had been in a hell of a fight with two big police officers," Kennedy said in the interview. "He was whining, almost like a little baby. "Early in questioning, Kennedy recalled, "He cried, he ranted and raved, he got up and moved around kind of in a rage. " Kennedy decided to "treat him as almost fragile.
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city. "The son and grandson of Detroit police officers, Kennedy was sent to St. Lawrence Seminary in Fond du Lac for high school because of unrest in the city of Detroit, said his brother, Dennis. He went to Marian College in Fond du Lac before becoming a Milwaukee police officer.