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Entertainment Golden State Killer, subject of HBO's I'll Be Gone in the Dark, pleads guilty to 13 murders

07:41  30 june  2020
07:41  30 june  2020 Source:   ew.com

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Joseph DeAngelo, the man known as the Golden State Killer , has admitted to 13 murders in a deal with US prosecutors meant to spare him the death penalty. DeAngelo, who was a Californian police officer during his crimes in the 1970 s and 80 s , was arrested in 2018 after his DNA was found via a

The man known as the Golden State Killer will finally admit to the horrific crimes he committed in the '70 s and '80 s including 13 first-degree murder charges DeAngelo' s also expected to admit guilt to 62 other rapes and abductions during the plea hearing crimes for which the statute of limitations

The serial murderer known as the Golden State Killer, whose reign of terror is detailed in a new HBO docuseries I'll Be Gone in the Dark, pleaded guilty Monday to 13 murders and other crimes.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: The HBO docuseries, which premiered Sunday, focuses on late crime writer Michelle McNamara's hunt for the notorious murderer. © Randy Pench/Getty Images The HBO docuseries, which premiered Sunday, focuses on late crime writer Michelle McNamara's hunt for the notorious murderer.

Joseph DeAngelo, a 74-year-old former police officer who's been accused of 13 murders and 50 rapes throughout the ‘70s and ’80s in California, will be spared the death penalty for his plea and is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison, according to People. His sentencing hearing is in August.

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plead guilty in a Sacramento courtroom to 13 murders , including four in. Orange County from 1980-86. The series mixes exclusive original recordings and excerpts from In January 2016, some sheriff' s officials allowed McNamara to walk off with 37 boxes of Golden State Killer evidence, Sanders said.

The man accused of being the Golden State Killer agreed to plead guilty in Sacramento on Investigators used a DNA sample that had been found at the scene of a double murder in Ventura “ I ’ ll Be Gone in the Dark ,” a documentary about the case and about Michelle McNamara, an author

The hunt for DeAngelo has been covered in numerous books, podcasts, and TV projects, including HBO's I'll Be Gone in the Dark, which is based on writer Michelle McNamara's bestseller of the same name. McNamara spent years trying to uncover the killer's identity but didn't live to see DeAngelo unmasked and arrested. The book was completed posthumously after her sudden death in 2016, and the six-part docuseries on which it's based premiered Sunday.

DeAngelo was finally caught in 2018 after law enforcement compared DNA found at one of the crime scenes to genetic profiles publicly available through a genealogical website. The crime scene DNA sample matched that of one of DeAngelo’s relatives.

Patton Oswalt et al. posing for a picture: HarperCollins Publishers; Jim Spellman/WireImage © Provided by Entertainment Weekly HarperCollins Publishers; Jim Spellman/WireImage

Liz Garbus, director of the HBO docuseries, celebrated DeAngelo's guilty plea on Monday. "Guilty plea to all charges counts. Guilty of 13 counts of murder. Uncharged acts to be admitted to. This is huge for survivors," she tweeted after the news broke.

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The former California police officer who prosecutors say murdered 13 people as the Golden State Killer pleaded guilty Monday to numerous crimes in his years-long rape-and- killing spree.

The so-called " Golden State Killer " pleaded guilty to multiple murders Monday, as well admitting to dozens of rapes and kidnappings, drawing a line The cold-case DNA breakthrough leading to his arrest came shortly after best-selling true crime book " I ' ll Be Gone in the Dark " reinvigorated public

Patton Oswalt, McNamara's husband, also reacted to the news. "The most important people at the #GoldenStateKiller hearing today are the survivors. All present, all staring directly at that zilch of a human being, and he can’t return their gaze. That’s what I’m focusing on," the comedian tweeted.

"We didn't know when we started the documentary that we would know who he was," Garbus told EW this week. "The first day of actual production, the night we went back to our hotel, was the day that Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. was arrested. So that was an incredible coincidence of timing for us, and also changed the course of how we would tell the story."

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Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. pleads guilty to ‘ Golden State Killer ’ crimes. A former cop on Monday began pleading guilty to dozens of charges in the notorious “ Golden State Killer ” case — a series of murders , rapes and break-ins that terrorized Californians in the 1970 s and 80 s . “He went with me .

The Golden State Killer is in court to plead guilty to 26 charges of murder and kidnapping on Monday and also admitted to 62 rapes that he can't be The hearing had to be moved from court to a larger room to enforce social distancing in the big crowd. DeAngelo and his public defenders wore face

The director also discussed the importance of not only honoring McNamara's work with the series but also respecting the people who came forward about DeAngelo. "The survivors and victims — talking to them and having them relive the worst moments of their life, some of them talking for the first time," Garbus told EW. "It was a deeply emotional project for everybody who worked on it."

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Joseph DeAngelo Pleads Guilty To Being The Infamous Golden State Killer .
In front a crowded university ballroom, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. pleaded guilty Monday to being the infamous Golden State Killer who terrorized neighborhoods across the state in a crime spree that spanned the 1970s and 1980s and included dozens of home invasion rapes and murders. © Provided by CBS SF Bay Area The plea came in a deal with prosecutors from several counties including Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton and Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley.

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