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Golden State Killer Suspect Doesn't Want Prosecutors Taking Pictures Of His Penis

04 May 2018

Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, has been arrested by police investigating the Golden State Killer deaths.

But Superior Court Judge Michael Sweet sided with the district attorney and said that courts have repeatedly allowed the collection of such evidence because it's not a form of testimony and would not harm DeAngelo's right against self-incrimination. Sampayan, a former homicide detective, said police submit samples every couple of years in hopes that advances in DNA testing will finally yield a profile detectives can use.

"That's a great idea", said Gary Harmor, founder and director of the Serological Research Institute, a private DNA lab.

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DeAngelo was arrested last week and identified by prosecutors as the man responsible for at least a dozen murders and more than 50 rapes across California between 1976 and 1986.

There is no basis in which to stop a search warrant for collecting more DNA from the defendant, his fingerprints, and for taking pictures of his entire body, including his penis, a judge ruled. The DNA was a close match for relatives, and authorities eventually were led to DeAngelo's home in the Sacramento suburb of Citrus Heights, not far from where numerous sexual assaults occurred. He has not but entered a plea.

The Golden State Killer's DNA, obtained from a crime scene, sat in evidence storage for decades but didn't match with anyone in the FBI's national DNA database.

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Neighbors have said DeAngelo mostly kept to himself and sometimes yelled at people who got too close to his fence, but they said he had become a recluse in recent years. They had planned to do so on Wednesday but the defense attempt to prevent them halted that.

Howard argued in a movement that the search warrant must be stopped as a result of it was permitted earlier than DeAngelo was arrested and arraigned final week.

"In the present case, obtaining the defendant's major case prints and his DNA sample does not require him to speak or say even a word", deputy district attorneys Thienvu Ho and Amy Holliday wrote in a filing obtained by the Bee. A hearing is scheduled for May 14.

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Golden State Killer Suspect Doesn't Want Prosecutors Taking Pictures Of His Penis