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Desc:Closure.
Category:Crime, Humor
Tags:Patton Oswalt, serial killer, Cold Case, Golden State Killer, Michelle McNamara
Submitted:Pillager
Date:05/01/18
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Gmork - 2018-05-01
Validation. This must feel really nice for him - seeing his departed wife's vision for justice come true.
Binro the Heretic - 2018-05-01
DeAngelo is really playing up the "pathetic old man" act. It's satisfying to see him squirm.

If you have't read about any of the shit he did & are thinking of doing so, be warned: It is LITERALLY the stuff of nightmares.
Jet Bin Fever - 2018-05-01
I hope they get a solid conviction, but police using genealogy websites makes me really wary. I hope it holds up in court. Also, I'm all for putting away cold case killers but using that stuff is really ethically dubious.
exy - 2018-05-02
It's a little sketchy, but it was a public database. Everyone who submitted data (and who skimmed the policy) knew that. The fact that if I submit my DNA it gives you information about my family, who were never consulted about the privacy of their DNA, is where it gets ethically hazy.

I find I've pretty much accepted that personal privacy had a good century or two's run, but it's on life support at a hospital that's way behind on its utility payments.

cognitivedissonance - 2018-05-03
If the private company that owns the database wants to use the data, they're within their rights to do it. This is the result you get when your culture is institutionally opposed to publicly held, nationalized clearinghouses.

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