Published: Mon, April 30, 2018
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Genealogy websites help California police find Golden State Killer suspect

Genealogy websites help California police find Golden State Killer suspect

"She had been in the middle of her hunt for the killer and her book, 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer'".

Speaking with The Daily Beast, Jensen has said that the added chapter to McNamara's book will go through DeAngelo's life, building a timeline of the Vietnam War veteran's actions to see how it aligns with the movements of the Golden State Killer's reported crimes.

While most consumers would submit DNA to a commercial company such as Ancestry.com and 23andMe to create a genetic profile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation did so for investigators, Holes told The New York Times.

On Wednesday came news that authorities in Sacramento had made an arrest in the decades-long cold case involving a predator who is believed to have committed 12 murders and up to 50 rapes in 10 counties throughout California in the late 1970s.

Retired FBI profiler Clint Van Zandt said he and others have speculated that the serial killer had police or military training because of the sophistication of the crimes and the suspect's ability to elude capture.

The prescription medication she was taking for the stress and anxiety likely contributed to her death at 46, he said.

"Obviously, you didn't want the East Area Rapist on the team", Phillips said. Despite an outpouring of thousands of tips over the years, DeAngelo's name had not been on the radar of law enforcement before last week, Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said. He later wrote on Twitter that he ended that appearance with an ominous warning to the suspect: "He's running out of time".

He might consider attending any trials of the accused killer Joseph DeAngelo, specifically on his mother and Sanchez' case. She attributes his arrest to innovative new DNA processes along with "good old fashioned" police work.

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Although McNamara died unexpectedly in April 2016, before the book could be finished, it was completed by researcher Paul Haynes and crime journalist Billy Jensen, who helped her investigate the case over the course of almost a decade.

Despite its advanced age, the unsolved "The Golden State Killer" case has been in the news in recent years.

He has since posted a series of Tweets about the suspect and how certain aspects of his life seem to line up with alleged clues in the case.

"To see this book come out and have people see the handsome writer that she was, was just unbelievable", Skrine said.

Sheriff's crime scene tape surrounds the house belonging to Joseph James Deangelo, who was arrested for the East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker/Golden State Killer case in Citrus Heights, California, U.S., April 25, 2018. In fact, the Golden State Killer had a wife and three daughters.

But he was stunned to find out the man arrested was DeAngelo, his former brother-in-law. He was initially was charged with eight counts of murder and could face dozens more charges, according to authorities. "Think you got him, Michelle.!" Earlier this year, Oswalt - who writes the afterword - released I'll Be Gone in the Dark with the help of other contributors.

For the next two years, until the family moved, she was nervous letting her children play outside.

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