Today in True Crime History: May 7

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1972 — Edmund Kemper murders Mary Ann Pesce and Anita Mary Luchessa after picking them up in Berkeley.

1973 — Edmund Kemper is indicted on eight counts of first-degree murder.

2008 — Rachel Morningstar Hoffman is murdered during a drug sting. She is acting as a police informant at the time.

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