The man believed to be the Golden State Killer — a serial murderer and rapist whose crimes terrorized California in the 1970s and ‘80s — was arrested last week. While considered a huge success for law enforcement, his arrest also raises questions about the unique method used to find him. William Brangham talks with Anne Marie Schubert, district attorney for Sacramento County.
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