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CHARLES BUCK'S 911 CALL

Florin Karen

Publication: Day

Published April 29. 2009 10:42AM
CHARLES BUCK'S 911 CALL

The words of accused murderer Charles F. Buck in a 911 call placed to Stonington police at 5:38 p.m. May 4, 2002, from

his house at 77 Masons Island Road:

"Her arms are so black and blue and her lips are so black and blue."

"There's a big red mark on her neck where she must have hit something."

"There's a big cut on her forehead and blood is dried on her. She's been there for a while."

"There's no pulse. There's no carotid pulse at all."

"Her hair is all dried and there's blood in the nose. Oh sweetheart. Oh she's cold. Her face is ice cold."

"Her wrists are ice cold."

"... We're keeping all the doors locked cause of the other night. Oh Christ, I just came home."

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