Friday, June 01, 2007
Man Accused in Four Deaths Sought Internet Romance
NYNEWSDAY -- A man accused of killing four people in Pennsylvania was "a quiet person that can surprise people with a sudden outburst," according to an entry he made on match.com. "Looking for a relationship without all the head games," read the profile. "Prefers cozy evenings at home, but a night on the town can be just as fun. Would like to meet someone who can express their feelings."
Castor confirmed the profile belonged to Eichinger, a supermarket customer service representative. Match.com only removed the profile after being contacted by the newspaper.
Kristen Kelly (Match.com spokeswoman) said the site investigates and removes customer accounts whenever complaints are received, and that it typically depends on members and law enforcement for notification of problems.