The secret letters and ciphers were sent to the killer authorities and San Francisco Chronicle At the time, the case attracted real crime lovers and has been the subject of a number of books, documentaries, TV shows and films, including a dramatization of David Fincher starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jake Gyllenhaal.
They found photos with scar marks on Mr. Poste’s forehead, which he believes match marks shown in the police sketch of the zodiac killer. News footage from the group is believed to have resulted in a car accident in 1959, in which an airman was killed and Mr. Poste was wounded with a 782nd aircraft control and alarm squadron.
The group, which focuses on cold cases and includes former law enforcement and pathologists, claims to have orthodox evidence, including DNA, and if you remove Mr. Poste’s full-name letters from the cypher left by the zodiac, it will reveal an alternate message, LBL reported.
Most of the case-breakers’ testimony centers on Mr Post’s connection to the murder in Riverside, California, It was connected to the zodiac killer in the mid-70s, but now the authorities are not considering contacting it.
Cherie Joe Bates was brutally killed on 31 October 1966, two years before the zodiac was known to be active hundreds of miles to the north. In a letter to the zodiac, he claimed to have killed 37 people, but more than five were officially told.
Case breakers link cases and Mr Poste is a Timex watch that was found in a crime scene with a broken band and was purchased at a military base in the mid sixties.
Mr. Poste was receiving medical checks after a gunshot wound, Case Breakers says, and as the U.S. Air Force veteran was being treated at the March Air Force Base Hospital, just 15 minutes from the scene of the crime. It is not clear whether the dates overlap.
Case breakers are believed to have painted on the face of watches because Mr. Poste was a home painter for three years at the time of the assassination and continued for decades.
Mr. Poste is also believed to be in the style of a wearer, with a size 10-size heelprint from a military-style boot, which he says is similar to the three other Zodiac crime scenes. It is said that the brown hair found on the victim’s hand matches Mr. Poste’s hair.
LBL spoke with Vietnam veteran, Hams Smits, who hid the zodiac whistle blower for 10 years as he escaped from a “criminal pose” led by Mr. Poste, who roamed the High Sierra area of California.
Will, who now lives in the Northwest, alleges that Mr. Poste “fitted me into a killing machine” and testified that he was buried with murder weapons.
In the essence of a lengthy interview with the case-breakers, Will Post claims that Mr. Poste kills animals of all sizes “indiscriminately” and is “confused with corpses.”
Other evidence presented by the case-breakers included a woman named Mr Postie Sosse, Michelle, who claimed that she was harassed, threatened and assaulted by Mr Postie until he left the state when his marriage ended.
Gweny, a California woman who lived next to Mr. Poste and his wife, told LBL that he believed he was the zodiac killer based on the evidence gathered so far.
He said that in the 1970s and 1980s, Mr. Poste and his wife took care of his child as a child and taught him how to fire guns several times a week. She said that she had witnessed his infidelity and violence towards his wife, who slept alone on the couch.
Recently, Gweni, who is now living with his wife in assisted living, said on the telephone: “I’m sorry I didn’t tell the police about him [Zodiac] Previously, “case-breakers report their premises in their press releases.
“They had a two-way life,” he told LBL. “When I think back to being an adult, it all made sense now. When I was a teenager, I didn’t put two and two together until I got older. Gary was the zodiac.
So far, no DNA has matched the zodiac crime scenes, nor has the evidence been spared from Miss Bates death.
The FBI says that in 2020, after the private citizens cracked one of the ciphers, the zodiac case was going on.