Mr. Kramer has 25 years of experience in law enforcement, as an FBI attorney, as a federal prosecutor and as a deputy district attorney. In 2013, Mr. Kramer became involved in the FBI's investigation of the Golden State Killer, who was one of the most prolific, uncaught serial killers in U.S. history responsible for 13 murders, 50 sexual assaults and hundreds of burglaries. In 2018, Mr. Kramer led the forensic genetic genealogy investigation which resulted in the arrest of Joseph James DeAngelo in April 2018 as the Golden State Killer. Following the arrest of Deangelo, Mr. Kramer and Special Agent Stephen Busch created and led the FBI’s Forensic Genetic Genealogy team, which solved dozens of the most difficult and violent crimes in the United States and internationally. In 2021, Mr. Kramer and Mr. Busch left the FBI and founded Indago Solutions, LLC, an AI-based software service that automates genetic genealogy to identify suspects. Mr. Kramer continues to work regularly with the United States Department of Justice and with state prosecutors on policy issues and best practices for law enforcement’s use of genetic genealogy.
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