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Paul Holes, the Golden State Killer investigator, signs true-crime TV deal with Oxygen

Former investigator Paul Holes, the forensic criminologist who helped crack the Golden State Killer case, has signed an overall development deal with Oxygen to bring more true-crime programming to the cable network.

Announced Wednesday, the deal

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