In this July 2000 image provided by Sean McGuire, Israel Keyes is seen buffing a floor during his military days in Fort Lewis, Wash. Keyes showed no remorse as he detailed how he'd abducted and killed the 18-year-old woman, then demanded ransom, pretending she was alive. His confession cracked the case, but prosecutors questioning him soon realized there was more, he has killed before. Before divulging more details, Keyes committed suicide in his cell. (AP Photo/Sean McGuire)

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In this July 2000 image provided by Sean McGuire, Israel Keyes is seen buffing a floor during his military days in Fort Lewis, Wash.  Keyes showed no remorse as he detailed how he'd abducted and killed the 18-year-old woman, then demanded ransom, pretending she was alive. His confession cracked the case, but prosecutors questioning him soon realized there was more, he has killed before.  Before divulging more details, Keyes committed suicide in his cell.  (AP Photo/Sean McGuire)
In this July 2000 image provided by Sean McGuire, Israel Keyes is seen buffing a floor during his military days in Fort Lewis, Wash. Keyes showed no remorse as he detailed how he'd abducted and killed the 18-year-old woman, then demanded ransom, pretending she was alive. His confession cracked the case, but prosecutors questioning him soon realized there was more, he has killed before. Before divulging more details, Keyes committed suicide in his cell. (AP Photo/Sean McGuire)
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