Anonymous casual sex is under assault like never before: In the wake of the “Craiglist killer” murder case gripping the nation, an outcry is growing against the Web site that facilitated the illicit rendezvous, which led to the killing of a 25-year-old masseuse in Boston. Speaking today after announcing further charges against the suspect, former med student Philip Markoff—for an assault on a stripper at a Holiday Inn in Warwick—the Rhode Island attorney general openly criticized Craigslist. “The guy from Craigslist [founder Craig Newmark] was on TV. He said it was only one incident. I think it was totally irresponsible. It was a murder,” the attorney general said.