Crime Victims fly to California to see accused serial killer

03:27  13 july  2018
03:27  13 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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– Three victims of a notorious Northern California serial killer and rapist said they are feeling relief after flying to California 's capital city to see the alleged attacker behind bars for the first time Thursday.

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Jane Carson-Sandler, of South Carolina, who was raped by the so-called Golden State Killer in 1976, holds a sign with a message to her attacker in Sacramento, Calif.,Thursday, July 12, 2018, outside the Sacramento County jail after she and other victims and survivors attended a brief court hearing and saw the accused attacker, Joseph DeAngelo, for the first time. (AP Photo/Don Thompson) © The Associated Press Jane Carson-Sandler, of South Carolina, who was raped by the so-called Golden State Killer in 1976, holds a sign with a message to her attacker in Sacramento, Calif.,Thursday, July 12, 2018, outside the Sacramento County jail after she and other victims and survivors attended a brief court hearing and saw the accused attacker, Joseph DeAngelo, for the first time. (AP Photo/Don Thompson)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Three victims of a notorious Northern California serial killer and rapist said they are feeling relief after flying to California's capital city to see the alleged attacker behind bars for the first time Thursday.

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They were among nearly a dozen victims and survivors who showed up for a brief, routine court hearing in the case against former police officer Joseph DeAngelo.

Jane Carson-Sandler, who traveled from Hilton Head, South Carolina, was one of dozens of women raped by the elusive Golden State Killer. DeAngelo, 72, is also charged with killing 12 people across California in the 1970s and 80s.

The Associated Press does not usually identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault, but is doing so in this case because the women spoke publicly about what they said happened to them.

Carson-Sandler said she started crying and felt angry and anxious as she sat in the Sacramento County jail courtroom, until she was comforted by Debbi Domingo, whom she calls a "sister survivor."

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"I hope he suffers and dies in jail," Carson-Sandler said later. "But I hope he knows that he has not won, that we have the power and control now."

Jane Carson-Sandler, of South Carolina, who was raped by the so-called Golden State Killer in 1976, wears a t-shirt with a message to her attacker in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday, July 12, 2018, outside the Sacramento County jail after she and other victims and survivors attended a brief court hearing and saw the accused attacker, Joseph DeAngelo, for the first time. (AP Photo/Don Thompson) © Associated Press Jane Carson-Sandler, of South Carolina, who was raped by the so-called Golden State Killer in 1976, wears a t-shirt with a message to her attacker in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday, July 12, 2018, outside the Sacramento County jail after she and other victims and survivors attended a brief court hearing and saw the accused attacker, Joseph DeAngelo, for the first time. (AP Photo/Don Thompson) She wore an orange T-shirt with a message to DeAngelo on the back: "Victim survivor thriver...See you in court."

Domingo traveled from Texas to see the man charged with killing her mother in Santa Barbara County. The women all went to lunch together after the hearing and plan to keep in touch throughout DeAngelo's prosecution.

"Seeing him locked up, that's been the goal all along, all these years that we've been searching for closure," Domingo said of DeAngelo, who looked at the judge during the two-minute hearing while keeping his back to the victims. The hearing was continued until Sept. 5.

One of the killer's youngest victims, Margaret Wardlow, said she was raped at age 13. She traveled from San Diego and called seeing DeAngelo "intense."

"It's frightening," she said. "I thought, this is the guy that came into a 13-year-old's room and raped her. How do you do that to a kid?"

Defense attorney Diane Howard declined comment after the hearing.

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