Dennis Kaufman claims his stepfather was the infamous Zodiac Killer. His evidence includes a set of handwriting samples, composite sketch similarities, the hood used in one of the killings, rolls of film depicting murder victims, and more. Is it a hoax?
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In 1985, when he was 14 and in high school in Escondido, California, Anderson was subject to one of the largest FBI raids in California history after hacking into a Chase Manhattan Bank computer system and subsequently showing his friends how to do it.