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Joseph James DeAngelo Konusu Kaynaklar

Okuma Süresi: 15 Dakika

Joseph James DeAngelo Kimdir? (Golden State Katili)

44 Yıl Sonra Golden State Killer Nasıl Yakalandı (Joseph James DeAngelo)

Kaynaklar:

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