Nearly 21 years after brutally murdering 13 people and putting Los Angeles in a state of fear, the notorious Night Stalker moved one step closer to California’s execution chamber Monday.

The death sentence for Richard Ramirez — nicknamed for butchering his victims late at night or in the wee hours of the morning — was affirmed by the state Supreme Court in a unanimous 104-page ruling.

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