The Case Breakers’ renowned forensic team has been given a remote location to dig up the guns and learn the identity of the Zodiac Killer (Left, 35 years ago) — a California psychopath who shot, stabbed or choked to death possibly as many as 10 victims between 1962 and 1970.
Remaining a mystery all these years, he is set to be revealed through a High Sierra CSI where ballistics, fingerprints and DNA are expected to be harvested. The volunteer task force claims to have identified more crime scenes with the madman’s MO and signature on a trail stretching from San Diego County to Lake Tahoe.
An outlaw-turned-whistleblower tipped these developments to the team, led by retired FBI agents. The turncoat claims to have escaped from the Zodiac’s criminal “posse,” roaming in the mountains for decades. Now in his 50s, he says he is both ashamed and angry. “He groomed me into a killing machine.”
Subsequent collaborative eyewitnesses, court affidavits, dozens of the killer’s personal photos and a possible DNA match-up are among the astonishing new evidence uncovered by The Case Breakers. Its former Bureau members call the documentation “irrefutable.”
Meanwhile, one alleged Zodiac fatality is still unaccounted for: 25-year-old Nurse Donna Lass. A local journalist who spent years unmasking the Zodiac’s cryptic clues believes he now knows where her remains are. With the goal of bringing the family closure, the 40-member team, now in its 10th year, plans to excavate.
FYI: 2022 documentary in development.