She died in her sleep in 2016 at age 46.
McNamara's book debuted as the No. 1 seller on the New York Times best-seller list.
"She was such a victim's advocate and wanted cases that hadn't been publicized much", she said. "To the entire reservoir of victims out there, my sadness is with you", he said. Law enforcement did acknowledge that more tips came in as a result of McNamara's book.
"He would be outside in his driveway working on his auto or something, and he would go into these rally loud tirades, Sanchietti told Reuters, adding that he nevertheless was unaware of DeAngelo ever running afoul of law enforcement".
But Michelle McNamara, by reaching millions of readers, shined a brighter light on this case than had ever been shone before.
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In some circles, the late Michelle McNamara was a Hollywood wife and mom who dutifully accompanied her husband Patton Oswalt to his industry's red carpet rituals and helped get their 7-year-old daughter off to school.
Joseph James DeAngelo, a 72-year-old former police officer, was arrested at his home. The end result is a vivid portrait of the constellation of the offender's myriad crimes set against a sharply rendered backdrop of California in the 1970s and '80s.
He said the high-profile arrest of DeAngelo should raise legal and privacy concerns for the millions who have submitted their DNA to an ancestry site database as there are no strong privacy laws to keep police from trolling.
The Auburn Journal from May 14, 1970, shows a wedding announcement of Bonnie Colwell and Joe DeAngelo, who police believe is the Golden State Killer.
While the arrest of DeAngelo makes the world a safer place, it also draws attention to the fact that in the case of genetic databases, complete, informed consent, particularly by people who aren't using the service directly, is basically impossible.
The story of California police tracking down and arresting the man they believe to be the Golden State Killer has been remarkable to watch unfold. The case gained renewed interest when McNamara started posting her research on the case on her website True Crime Diary. One of the investigators she worked closely with, Erika Hutchcraft, worked at the Orange County district attorney's office, which brought the initial charges against DeAngelo this week. He exclaimed "holy cow", when she told him the news that the Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert had just called her with: their mother's killer had been caught.
"I don't like that they thought that my dad was the bad guy, but the truth is they were able to rule out people in my dad's (family) tree", she said.
Seven years ago, DNA testing linked the East Area Rapist to Cheri Domingo's and Sanchez's murders.