She was on her knees in the mud begging for her life and praying for me when he shot her four times in the back of the head.” So said Pearl Cruz, 16, and an accomplice to the murder.
Murder Most Foul No. 67
She was on her knees in the mud begging for her life and praying for me when he shot her four times in the back of the head.” So said Pearl Cruz, 16, and an accomplice to the murder. She turned state’s witness in a plea-bargain deal that kept her out of the death chamber. The person she turned in? Her own father! Go to page 15 for this modern murder shocker.
The judge ordered Margaret Dewhurst to be detained during His Majesty’s Pleasure and she was led from the dock. Her destination was Broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum where the release of a killer, even one considered “cured” was virtually unknown. Indeed, most patients could be expected to spend the rest of their days there. So what did Margaret do to warrant such a punishment? See page 6 where all will be revealed.
Everyone said it – the Lemardis were a happy couple that no one had ever heard quarrel. Indeed, Marguerite turned down an offer from Hollywood in order to remain with her husband. All sound too good to be true? You bet!
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