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Erik and Lyle Menendez, who are serving life sentences for killing their parents in 1989, are now housed in the same housing unit of a California prison.
Lyle and Erik Menendez, the two brothers convicted of murdering their mother and father, Kitty and Jose Menendez, in their Beverly Hills mansion in 1989, are now housed in the same California prison.On February 22, 50-year-old Joseph Lyle Menendez was transferred from Mule ...
 
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Erik and Lyle Menendez are serving life sentences for killing their parents in 1989.
On February 22, 50-year-old Joseph Lyle Menendez was transferred from Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, California to the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego, says Terry Thornton, deputy press secretary at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.A February ...
 
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"It's chaos—you're not even really sure what you're shooting at," Menendez says in a new interview.
Twenty-eight years after Lyle and Erik Menendez killed their parents Kitty and José in the family's Beverly Hills mansion, the case still has enough appeal to carry a Law & Order True Crime miniseries on NBC.In an interview that aired Friday night ...
 
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Prosecutors argued that Erik and Lyle Menendez killed their parents out of greed. Here's a look at how much of the $14.5-million estate they inherited.
Lyle and Erik Menendez, whose brazen murder of their parents Kitty and Jose Menendez in 1989 and subsequent trials are the subject of a current NBC mini-series, are currently serving life sentences in separate California prisons.The prosecution accused the brothers of committing ...
 
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One of the infamous Menendez brothers speaks to Megyn Kelly about the incident.
Following the premiere of NBC's new mini-series, Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Brothers, Lyle Menendez is speaking out about the 1989 murder of his parents.This morning, he spoke with the Today Show's Megyn Kelly from behind bars about the regret he now feels over killing his ...
 
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Where are they now?
It's not always easy to understand why some true-crime stories grab the public eye and dominate headlines, but the saga of the Menendez brothers was a no-brainer. A pair of handsome siblings perennially dressed in matching pastel sweaters who ruthlessly killed their ...
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