Publicado: Lun, Abril 30, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

The Golden State Killer and your genetic privacy

The Golden State Killer and your genetic privacy

Investigators found DeAngelo, placed him under surveillance and obtained his DNA from a discarded object, finding a match to the crime scene samples.

Visalia Police Chief Jason Salazar says detectives are working to tie suspect Joseph DeAngelo to the 1975 killing and about 100 burglaries committed in the region while DeAngelo was a police officer in nearby Exeter.

Police officers, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and crime scene technicians were spending a second day in DeAngelo's Citrus Heights home in suburban Sacramento. Authorities believe that as the Golden State Killer, DeAngelo was responsible for at least 12 murders as well as dozens of rapes during the 1970s and 1980s. The case baffled investigators for decades.

The 17-year-old says she and DeAngelo's granddaughter, who were 8 or 9 at the time, were supervised by his daughter.

Jason Calhoon, a co-worker for the past 27 years, told the newspaper DeAngelo was a "regular Joe" although he never smiled.

"Nothing was odd. Everything was normal".

"I'm just tickled that they've caught him", said Margaret. She said he was a good neighbour "except for that quirkiness of getting mad" and swearing out loud, after which he would apologize.

Skrine described her as a "people person" who was able to relate to police and get them to open up about the Golden State Killer cold case. Something to the effect of, you know, 'Don't scream, ' don't, you know, whatever. And that's what I was going to ask everybody to remember.

"It seems insane to say a police officer investigating a very serious crime can't do something your cousin can do", Murphy said.

Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, has been officially charged with eight counts of murder in three counties. "And then as would be any other case, it will be evaluated whether or not there is sufficient evidence to file charges".

The East Area Rapist has devastated families throughout the state and in 1981 he claimed the lives of a Santa Barbara woman and her boyfriend. Lights burned all night.

Joey Logano: Wins GEICO 500
Last year: Ricky Stenhouse Jr . won from the pole. "(Ricky) Stenhouse came up from behind and tried to make some moves. They were not interested in advancing. "Like I said, it was very obvious that nobody was going to help around me".

Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert told AP she was unaware of the OR misfire and, as far as she knows, genealogical sites weren't used before DeAngelo was identified. "The memories are very vivid". Everyone has a story. FOX40 spoke to her from her Texas home through Facebook.

If common ancestors appear, lineage can be worked out in detail, up to the present day.

She lived in the home with her two young children and husband, who often travelled for work.

"I just refused. I really felt like I got the best of that guy", she said.

Skrine said her sister's relentless effort took a toll on her.

"Authorities refocused their attention on the case two years ago on the 40th anniversary of the first known attack".

He said authorities do not have a clear picture of where DeAngelo went after being fired from Auburn.

The site compares particular segments of genetic material, looking for similarities to other samples in its database. McNamara never identified DeAngelo in the book. He built remote-controlled model airplanes and took meticulous care of his house and manicured lawn, neighbors said.

"It changed who we are as people", said Renee Voelker, 62. But he also had penchant for cussing loudly when he was frustrated.

Li said the demand for personal genetic information that helps uncover long-lost relatives and family backgrounds is high enough that this privacy "dust-up" will likely blow over.

As he was being arrested, he told officers he had a roast in the oven.

Me gusta esto: