The lawyer representing the man who claims to have killed 49 people doesn't want his client talking to investigators anymore.
Robert Charles Browne allegedly confessed to the slayings in correspondence and discussions with prosecutors and cold case investigators over several years. But following the request from his public defenders, investigators might have to rely more on DNA evidence as they try to corroborate Brown's claims.
William Earl Hilton, a sheriff in Rapides Parish Louisiana, had planned to come to Colorado to talk to Browne about a body found there in 1980. But now he's not sure if he'll make the trip.