Kenneth Allen McDuff (March 21, 1946 – November 17, 1998) was an American murderer. He was convicted of murdering sixteen-year-old Edna Sullivan, her boyfriend, seventeen-year-old Robert Brand, and Robert’s cousin, fifteen-year-old Mark Dunnam, who was visiting from California. They were all strangers who McDuff abducted after noticing Sullivan; she was repeatedly raped before having her neck broken with a broomstick. McDuff was given three death sentences, and subsequently convicted of having offered a bribe to a member of the parole board. He was freed in 1989. He was given a new death sentence and executed for a murder committed after his release, he is suspected to have been responsible many other killings. According to one reporter, "If there has ever been a good argument for the death penalty, it's Kenneth McDuff."
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