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In one of the greatest crime mysteries of our time, the Zodiac Killer — an infamous serial murderer active in Northern California in the 1960s and 1970s — has yet to be found. During the peak of his killing spree, the killer notoriously taunted police with coded letters and cryptograms, but he was never identified, though many were suspected.
The latest suspect? None other than Texan senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz. With a face frozen in perpetual concern, one might not easily suspect Cruz, a man who was recently labelled a “political farce” by the Chinese government.
The suspicion began in 2013, long before Cruz announced his presidential candidacy, when he made an unexpected speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
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Since then, the internet has joined forces to try to discover the truth under the helpful hashtag #ZodiacTed, digging up plenty of impossible to deny clues that suggest Cruz is the man who has evaded police for over 50 years.
Ted Cruz was born in CALGARY. The Zodiac Killer's first two victims were named CAL and GARY. #ZodiacTed
2:21 PM - 20 Jan 2016
movie fact: bill murray whispers "ted cruz is the zodiac killer" to scarlett johansson at the end of lost in translation
Many have claimed to know the identity of the notorious Zodiac Killer, who terrorized northern California with a trail of unresolved murders in the 1960s. But their stories have not panned out.
Now, a Louisiana man believes he has the definitive answer to the chilling mystery: Who was the crazed, elusive killer who wrote letters bragging about his conquests?
Gary Stewart says it was Earl Van Best, Jr., his biological father, who died in 1984.
originally posted by: intrptr
Why ever would Ted Cruz bother denying something as stupid sounding as that?