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Ending a terrifying murder mystery that confounded the police for two decades, Gary L. Ridgway pleaded guilty on Wednesday to strangling 48 young women in the Seattle area during the Green River killing spree in the 's, rendering him the deadliest convicted serial killer in the nation's history.

In a plea agreement that spared him the death penalty, Mr. Ridgway, 54, stood before a courtroom packed with weeping relatives of his victims and dozens of investigators and, with no emotion, methodically repeated the word ''guilty'' 48 times. Ridgway, a truck painter from a Seattle suburb, confessed to strangling the women, mostly prostitutes and runaways, in his home or in his pickup while having sex with them and then dumping their bodies around the Seattle area. During Wednesday's hearing, the lead prosecutor in the case, Jeffrey B. Ridgway, explaining how and why he had conducted his murderous ram.

Most of the time I killed them the first Married woman wants sex Green River I met them, and I did not have a good memory for their faces. I killed so many women, I have a hard time keeping them straight. Baird paused and turned to Mr. Ridgway, who was standing at the defense table wearing an orange prison uniform and said, ''Is that true?

Ridgway's statement continued: ''I placed most of the bodies in groups which I called clusters. I did this because I wanted to keep track of all the women I killed. I liked to drive by the clusters around the county and think about the women I placed there.

So many relatives of victims were in court on Wednesday that an ''overflow room'' with a television broadcasting the proceedings had to be set up at the last minute. It was a haunting end. For the families of all but seven of the murdered women, the guilty pleas provided the first definite answer to mysteries that surrounded the disappearance of their sisters, nieces, cousins and daughters.

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It gave many, even those who had long known he was the killer, a chance to stare Mr. Ridgway down and to vent their rage. He wants out of his death penalty, but he didn't give them any chance. Ridgway, who was married three times and had a history of using prostitutes, according to prosecutors, only recently led investigators to the bodies of some of the women as part of his plea agreement. Until he pleaded guilty Wednesday, he had been charged with only seven killings and was scheduled to go to trial next summer and face the death penalty if convicted. As long ago asMr.

Ridgway had been named a suspect in the investigation -- one of more than 1, suspects on the authorities' radar -- but he was not arrested until In the 's, he was questioned by detectives after a witness spotted his truck near where one of the victims disappeared and managed to pass a polygraph test. But advances in DNA technology later allowed investigators, who had saved every piece of evidence from the crime scenes, to link Mr. Ridgway to seven victims through semen found on their bodies and traces of spray paint Married woman wants sex Green River matched the paint used at his company.

There was little evidence to connect him to the other murders, the authorities said, until Mr. Ridgway agreed last spring to cooperate in exchange for a life sentence with no chance of parole. Prosecutors said that Mr. Ridgway, who will not be sentenced for up to six months, had told them he had killed 60 women. They did not simply take his word for it, knowing that he had the incentive of sparing his life, and they were able to gather only enough evidence to conclusively link him to the 48 murders.

Wednesday was an emotional day for the families, who organized a meeting of more than 60 relatives of victims in SeaTac, a city between Seattle and Tacoma. The relatives thanked investigators from the Green River Task Force and shared stories about the women who were killed. Sarah Christensen, 25, was 6 when her mother, Carol Christensen, then 21, was found strangled in May Christensen said.

Wednesday was also emotional for investigators and prosecutors. Ridgway's guilty pleas. Maleng said, although he added that Mr. Ridgway ''will continue to be a suspect'' in several unsolved murders. If Mr. Ridgway is charged with a murder outside the jurisdiction of King County, he could still face the death penalty, but defense lawyers and prosecutors said no solid evidence linked him to such murders at this point. Ridgway's official death toll far outweighs those of the nation's most notorious serial killers.

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John Wayne Gacy was convicted of killing 33 men and boys; Jeffrey Dahmer was convicted of 17 deaths; and Ted Bundy confessed to killing more than 30 people, but was convicted of only 3 murders. In the news conference, Mr. Maleng said it had been excruciating to decide whether to prosecute Mr. Ridgway for the seven murders and pursue the death penalty or spare him the death penalty in exchange for information on the killings.

Several years ago, Mr. Maleng, citing what he said Married woman wants sex Green River the policy of his office, had said he would not allow an accused killer to negotiate using the death penalty. And his agreeing to allow Mr. Ridgway to escape capital punishment has already drawn fierce criticism from relatives of victims and others. Maleng also said that Mr.

Ridgway did not deserve to live. A man who preyed on vulnerable young women, and I thought, as many of you did, if any case screams out for the death penalty this was it. But he said that the possibility of giving 41 other families the chance to learn the fate of the victims outweighed the need to exact ''the ultimate punishment'' for this crime. Maleng said, ''but toward the families who have suffered so much, and to the larger community. Maleng's eyes welled up when he described the more than 20 years Sheriff Reichert, who began investigating the Green River case as a detective inhad devoted to solving it.

Sheriff Reichert and prosecutors described Mr. Ridgway as a ruthless and remorseless killer who barely flinched when telling investigators about what he called his ''patrolling'' for prostitutes. He said that he hated them and that it would be easy to get away with killing them. In court documents, prosecutors said Mr. Ridgway appeared ''indifferent to the race of his victims,'' telling them, ''I'd much rather have white, but black was fine. It's just, just garbage. Ridgway's defense lawyers, while describing their client as having an ''addiction to killing,'' said he had shown remorse and had broken down crying several times.

One of the lawyers, Michele Shaw persuaded Mr. Ridgway to cooperate with prosecutors last April, after telling him that his two brothers, Greg and Ed Ridgway, and his only son, Matt, wanted him to live. Shaw saw Mr. Ridgway every week for 18 months and said that when she told him about his family's concern about him, he ''just broke down and sobbed profusely'' and told her he was worried the case would tear apart his family's life.

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Ridgway's chief lawyer, Anthony Savage, said after the hearing: ''Gary breaks the mold in a lot of different directions. The man is obviously off the rails, around the bend, down the river, whatever you want to call it.

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I don't think we'll ever know what fueled his anger. Ridgway replied stoically.

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