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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Fortunately, there's more to the case than dna evidence. But given what the police at the time already knew, this further evidence would have been the evidence that blew the case wide open.
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    lol. Those were among my first thoughts when I read about this news.
    Although we can think of the loopholes, personally I think the deal is "pretty circumstantially convincing," since without the evidence he was already one of the four major suspects of the case in regards to the other evidence, he fits the psych profile for the type of crime, and he's the one who can now be genetically tied to one of the victims within a reasonable time of the murder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Although we can think of the loopholes, personally I think the deal is "pretty circumstantially convincing," since without the evidence he was already one of the four major suspects of the case in regards to the other evidence, he fits the psych profile for the type of crime, and he's the one who can now be genetically tied to one of the victims within a reasonable time of the murder.
    fair enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Although we can think of the loopholes, personally I think the deal is "pretty circumstantially convincing," since without the evidence he was already one of the four major suspects of the case in regards to the other evidence, he fits the psych profile for the type of crime, and he's the one who can now be genetically tied to one of the victims within a reasonable time of the murder.
    And of course Sickert was not one of the four major suspects.
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    From "Portrait of a Killer" - "The lack of seminal fluid in the Ripper lust-murders is consistent with the supposition that Sickert [Cornhole's Ripper candidate] was incapable of sex."

    Yeah, ok, Ms. Cornhole. We believe in you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    And of course Sickert was not one of the four major suspects.
    I'll be honest, I never read her book.
    So many of these ideas seem to be just passing fads and far too elaborate.

    After looking at many of these crimes, much of them seem rather mundane, to be honest, and so many times it's the unglamorous suspect who is the perpetrator.
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    We still have the DB Cooper and the Zodiac Killer mysteries although a book did come out earlier this year from a Louisiana man who claimed his father was the Zodiac Killer.



    Is there a resemblance to the police sketch?

    Man says he presents 'most evidence' that deceased dad was Zodiac Killer
    Senator Rand Paul is alive because of modern medicine and because his attacker punches like a girl.

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    Good ol' Zodiac.

    I thought they found some rotting money in the DB Cooper drop area, but I forget what came of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    We still have the DB Cooper and the Zodiac Killer mysteries although a book did come out earlier this year from a Louisiana man who claimed his father was the Zodiac Killer.



    Is there a resemblance to the police sketch?

    Man says he presents 'most evidence' that deceased dad was Zodiac Killer
    maybe he just saw the police portrait and thought, "gee golly, that looks like dad. imma investigate"

    of course that portrait looks like half the white men in america in the 60s lol. also looks a bit like calvin's dad from calvin and hobbes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Conduit View Post
    of course that portrait looks like half the white men in america in the 60s lol. also looks a bit like calvin's dad from calvin and hobbes.
    I KNEW IT!

    Calvin's dad was always a know-it-all and had a dark sense of humor.
    Living as a suburban dad w/ a rambunctious young son was the perfect disguise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    We still have the DB Cooper and the Zodiac Killer mysteries although a book did come out earlier this year from a Louisiana man who claimed his father was the Zodiac Killer.



    Is there a resemblance to the police sketch?

    Man says he presents 'most evidence' that deceased dad was Zodiac Killer
    i see a bit of clark kent resembelence
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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