The court heard he faces losing his black Labrador guide dog in four weeks because the Guide Dogs charity fear it could be used to lure or groom youngsters.The married pensioner was caught with the vile images when police raided his home in Blackpool, Lancashire, after a tip off, Preston Crown Court was told.He said had the murders been taking place in somewhere like the wealthy district of Beverley Hills then the area would have been closed down, police presence increased and press coverage of the incident.Giving one comparison, he said the disappearance of dozens of women was treated very differently from a case in 1988 where a gang had shot students in Westwood - causing the whole city to be shut down.'If police had told the public in 1987 when they knew there was a serial killer who had already killed five victims, if they had told the community then I think things could have been very different and a lot of lives saved.
But they claimed he was often obsessed with crack addicts - becoming popular with women in the 1980s during the crack epidemic which swept Los Angeles.
Nick Broomfield (left) claims in the documentary that alleged killer Franklin (right) continued with his killing spree for so long because police turned a blind eye to his victims, who were largely black drug addicts'Mo' claimed she had been forced to pose for a naked picture for Franklin, her then next door neighbour, after the pair went for a drive in his van in 2006.
She claimed that Franklin had showed her other pictures of women, some of which were in strange poses who she thought could have been dead, and then asked her to pose naked.
Holland became the first country in the world since Nazi Germany to legalise euthanasia when in 2002 it approved doctor-administered lethal drugs for terminally ill people facing unbearable suffering.
Euthanasia cases soared by 13 per cent in 2012 - 4,188 deaths compared to 3,695 deaths – meaning that it accounts for about one in 30 of all deaths, boosted possibly by mobile death units launched last year to kill sick and elderly people in their own homes when a family doctor objects on ‘ethical’ grounds.