A US former policeman dubbed the “Golden State Killer” apologized to his victims Friday as he was handed a number of life sentences for a brutal decade-long crime spree that terrorized California.
Joseph James DeAngelo Jr, 74, who confessed to 13 murders and dozens of rapes within the 1970s and 1980s underneath a deal to keep away from the demise penalty, sat impassively behind a face masks within the Sacramento courtroom as his sadistic crimes have been listed.
“I’ve listened to all your statements. Every one among them. And I am actually sorry to everybody I’ve harm,” stated DeAngelo earlier than Decide Michael Bowman started handing down the sentence of a number of, consecutive life phrases.
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