James De Angelo was a former cop, and he pleaded guilty this year on June 29th.
The jury declared many life sentences on the killer during the trial, years after his bloody reign.
The serial killer’s bloody reign went on for the longest time in serial killings, but he finally was found guilty this year.
This serial killer terrorized California since the early 70s and 80s.
In 2018, he was caught after years of fruitless police searches all over California.
The killer finally appeared before the jury in June and pleaded guilty for thirteen counts of 1st-degree murder.
The court gave him eleven consecutive life sentences on the last trial that was held on August 21st, 2020.
Many other crimes were conducted by this serial killer, including the r*pe cases of more than fifty women.
He is among the lucky criminals because the court allowed him to evade charges for these cases.
He already had a lot on his plate, and he will probably die in jail because he had several charges.
The killer is seventy-four years, and the sentences are long, so he will never see the day again.
Conclusions Of Joseph DeAngelo’s Trial
The last trial hearing was held in August this year, and the killer pleaded guilty to the thirteen murder cases conducted about forty years ago.
The trial was arranged in May, but the attorney said it had to be postponed to later dates due to the pandemic.
He is elderly, and the relatives are elderly, so the court wanted to reduce their risk of contracting the coronavirus.
His witnesses and witnesses were also in the 70s age group, so they are all susceptible to contracting the disease.
That’s why the trial was pushed to June.
The trial being held in June, many people were expecting to hear the judges’ verdict because he was among the most wanted criminals who were reported in 2018.
The crimes he was charged with were reported in the 1970s and 1980s.
From the image above, he is the criminal in an orange suit and a face mask due to the pandemic protective requirements.
He is elderly now, and you may not believe it when you hear his charges.
His age may be deceiving, but looks deceive, and he is a dangerous serial killer who has been sought by the police for twenty years.
As the proceedings went on, de Angelo admitted to the murder charges, and luckily he evaded his death penalty.
He killed thirteen people, and their families came to the hearing as victims and witnesses.