Gary Francis Poste, the alleged “Zodiac Killer,” was identified as a “goldmine” by evidence because he “gave away guns before death.”

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Gary Francis Poste, the alleged “Zodiac Killer,” was identified as a “goldmine” by evidence because he “gave away guns before death.”

Gary Francis Poste, the alleged “ZODIAC Killer,” was identified after he “gave away his guns before passing away,” according to an alleged evidence goldmine.

Poste, who was identified by a team of specialist investigators last month as the man who terrorized the San Francisco area in the 1960s, has now been linked to an “evidentiary goldmine.”

According to The Case Breakers, a group of experts who claimed to have uncovered the identity of the Zodiac Killer, the deceased suspect was linked to a cache of evidence.

According to Fox News, the experts issued a new statement on Saturday, November 20, 2021.

“Five police and state agencies refused to cooperate when The Case Breakers approached officials last spring about a new Zodiac suspect,” the group said.

“However, Thomas J Colbert, the man in charge of the 10-year cold case team, received a tip from his long-time sources in the remote town of deceased Gary Francis Poste last week:

“They’d established the existence of a goldmine of evidence.”

After years of digging through new forensic evidence and Poste’s darkroom, The Case Breakers, a group of more than 40 former law enforcement investigators, journalists, and military intelligence officers, revealed Poste’s identity.

“Old associates of the housepainteralleged serial killer claim that, a few years prior to Poste’s 2018 death at 80, he quietly gave away his weapons, pistol parts, gunpowder, bullets and shell casings – more than a thousand, involving 25 different calibers – to his favorite locals,” the Case Breakers’ recent statement continued.

“Since then, most of these strange ‘gifts’ have remained untouched in basements and closets.”

According to the group, lead investigator Thomas J Colbert “carefully boxed up the historic haul and forwarded it to the team members, standing by at private forensic labs in three states” took “several hours.”

The Case Breakers said last month that ciphers sent to newspapers by the Zodiac and police bragging about his kills also point to Poste.

Between 1968 and 1969, the Zodiac Killer is suspected of killing at least seven people: three couples and a single taxi driver.

Ambushes with guns and knives were avoided by two of them.

The same assailant has been linked to at least 28 murders, and in letters to newspapers and police, he claimed to have killed 37 people.

The case was declared inactive in 2004, but it was reopened in March 2007 by the San Francisco Police Department.

Authorities made it clear after the Case Breakers’ announcement in October that they did not consider Poste to be a suspect and that the case…

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Gary Francis Poste has been identified as the alleged Zodiac KillerThe Zodiac Killer is seen in a sketch from around the time of a 1960s murder spreeGary Francis Poste passed away in 2018The Zodiac's letters included complex ciphers - some of which haven't been completely solved to this day

Gary Francis Poste has been identified as the alleged Zodiac KillerThe Zodiac Killer is seen in a sketch from around the time of a 1960s murder spreeGary Francis Poste passed away in 2018The Zodiac's letters included complex ciphers - some of which haven't been completely solved to this day

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