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Morningriser 10-07-2018 03:43 PM

The Golden State Killer I am sure most of you know by now they have caught the Golden
 
I am sure most of you know by now that the Golden State killer has been caught thanks to one of his family members taking the ancestry DNA test. One of his victims was Patton oswalt's wife. I realize this is probably a very unpopular opinion and perhaps it's just me overthinking it but has anyone else ever wondered if perhaps he had his wife killed and used the Golden State killer case as a cover-up? I mean I realize she was investigating the case but how convenient was it that he just happened to leave his house when morning for an hour and she was killed in that time? Perhaps it is just a coincidence but I just feel like it is way too convenient.

Morningriser 10-07-2018 03:44 PM

Fuck! Could an admin please fix the title for me to the Golden State killer?

fudgetusk 10-11-2018 03:27 AM

Keep seeing this guy everywhere. They've been showing a five part documentary on some tv channel and then I saw his face on a magazine.

It's almost hero worship.

Morningriser 10-11-2018 07:10 AM

And it all just seemed way too convenient. I mean I watch documentaries on Investigation Discovery and it just doesn't add up. I mean how convenient is it that she was killed in the short time he was gone and then he tried to play it off as she was being a junior detective and apparently he found out about it and found out where they lived and snuck in and killed her within the hour period that he was gone. How come no one is even looking at him as a possible suspect who used the Golden State killer as a means to cover up what he really did?

LuvablePsycho 10-11-2018 07:19 AM

I hate those documentaries on I.D. because they're always so exaggerated. They don't ever present the actual facts about the cases and often times they add unnecessary details that are more than likely made up.

Like "Anjette Lyles was obsessed with black magic and witchcraft so that made her an especially evil murderer"

::roll eyes::


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