Suspect allegedly hoped to kill 75
A man accused of brutally killing a number of drug addicts and prostitutes said he eventually wanted to kill as many as 75 women, an undercover Canadian police officer testified.
Robert Pickton is alleged to have made the comments in a jail cell conversation with the undercover agent shortly after his arrest in 2002. The officer cannot be named by court order.
Pickton has been charged with 26 murders, although the current trial deals with only six.
Police say Pickton, now 57, killed and butchered addicts and prostitutes after luring them to his farm in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, near Vancouver.