posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 09:45 PM
reply to post by AQuestion
I was under the impression the DNA comparison was not valid because of how little DNA waspresent from the letter. I also thought the sample had been
compromised over the years.
I do know the guy who survived the Lake Berryessa incident later on in life did positively identify Arthur Leigh Allen as the person who attacked
Also, during the investigation ALA was stopped on his way home on the day of the Lake Berryessa incident. He had a bloody knife in the car that he
passed off as killing chickens for friends later on that day. His travels took him near Lake Berryessa, and the friends he was suposedly going to
vists said he never showed up.
To me there is enough inconsistencies with his story to put him at the top of the list. Also when they executed the search warrant, they only searched
his trailer. They failed to search his parents house, where he lived after the kiddy didler incident. He resied their during most of the killings,
only moving out towards the end of the spree.
Either or... Still an intresting story.
Edit to add - I know the T and C doesnt like promotion of other websites, however I hope they overlook this one.
Great site with a dedicated group of people who have been following this pretty much since the begining. Great site for those who want some more
indepth info. They also have a section that lists the top suspects, as well as a section that has all of the cyphers / letters the Zodiac sent in
(including the solved and unsolved ones).
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