David Berkowitz has changed from heartless mass murderer to born-again Christian behind bars.

   He is one of New York’s most notorious serial killers.
   He shot 13 people in cold blood, killing six.

Yet 35 years to the day his reign of terror ended, David Berkowitz, the Son of Sam, speaks gently from his jail cell with the words: society needs to take the “glory out of guns.”“It’s all senseless,” he said from the maximum security Sullivan County Correctional Facility in upstate New York, where he is serving six consecutive 25 years-to-life sentences.
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David Berkowitz has changed from heartless mass murderer to born-again Christian behind bars.


   He is one of New York’s most notorious serial killers.

   He shot 13 people in cold blood, killing six.

Yet 35 years to the day his reign of terror ended, David Berkowitz, the Son of Sam, speaks gently from his jail cell with the words: society needs to take the “glory out of guns.”
“It’s all senseless,” he said from the maximum security Sullivan County Correctional Facility in upstate New York, where he is serving six consecutive 25 years-to-life sentences.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/son-sam-david-berkowitz-speaks-daily-news-decries-violence-senseless-prays-victims-notorious-1976-77-killing-spree-article-1.1133269#ixzz23AFp9lEy
Phyllis Siegel, 76, left, and Connie Kopelov, 84, both of New York, embrace after becoming the first same-sex couple to get married at the Manhattan City Clerk’s office in 2011.

Phyllis Siegel, 76, left, and Connie Kopelov, 84, both of New York, embrace after becoming the first same-sex couple to get married at the Manhattan City Clerk’s office in 2011.

Baby Nader Dinosaur strolls through NYC Park
Photo by Keith Bedford / Reuters
A maintenance man laughs at an actor dressed as “Baby Nadder” from the film “How To Train Your Dragon” making its way through pedestrians in New York City on May 17. Actors came out in costume to promote the “How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular”, a live performance based on the film.

Baby Nader Dinosaur strolls through NYC Park

Photo by Keith Bedford / Reuters

A maintenance man laughs at an actor dressed as “Baby Nadder” from the film “How To Train Your Dragon” making its way through pedestrians in New York City on May 17. Actors came out in costume to promote the “How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular”, a live performance based on the film.

Joyful Tiny Dancer
Kofi Sylvester Dwemoh, 4, dances during a memorial party for Hanah Yaa Appiah who died a month earlier, in the Bronx borough of New York, March 25, 2011. In New York, these funeral parties anchor the social calendar of the fast-growing community of immigrants from Ghana, where funerals are world-renowned for their size and extravagance. (Beatrice de Gea/The New York Times)

Joyful Tiny Dancer

Kofi Sylvester Dwemoh, 4, dances during a memorial party for Hanah Yaa Appiah who died a month earlier, in the Bronx borough of New York, March 25, 2011. In New York, these funeral parties anchor the social calendar of the fast-growing community of immigrants from Ghana, where funerals are world-renowned for their size and extravagance. (Beatrice de Gea/The New York Times)