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The Craigslist case is the latest example of that phenomenon.
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These killers are sometimes referred to in the media as "Craigslist killers"; the first use of the term Craigslist killings may date to October 31, 2007, when the phrase appeared in a headline in the Saint Paul Pioneer Press in Minnesota, in reference to the murder of Katherine Olson by Michael John Anderson, who was then dubbed "the Craigslist killer".
Since 2007, several accused and convicted killers have contacted victims through advertising services such as Craigslist, a popular classified advertising website.
Robert Frederick Glass pleaded guilty to killing Lopatka and later died in prison while serving his sentence.