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William J. Fulco


Picture of William J. Fulco
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-08-1988 Libertarian CD-27 6214 Loss

Candidate Biography:

William James Fulco
Born: June 10, 1956 in California
Child: One son
Killed: May 18, 2005 in Mission Viejo, CA.*

1974: "While a freshman at UCLA he worked on projects with the team that created the Internet in 1971 (at the time called the "ARPANET")

  • Fulco was murdered in his home on the evening of May 18th by Michael Kirby Rice (born 1/27/1959) shortly before Rice killed himself. Rice was dating Fulco's former girlfriend (who was also the mother of Fulco's son).
  • Fulco was the nephew of Reverend William J. Fulco, who reconstructed the ancient Aramaic language for the movie "The Passion of the Christ"