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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Birds of a feather flock together

Por mayli2017

In 2017 through the US network ABC News, Lyle Menéndez announced in an interview that the bond with his brother was really strong and special. On NBC's Today show in September, he offered statements about his mother, Kitty, and claimed to love her. Menendez made sure to still cry for her, and does not forgive her.

According to the then young man, he says that his life ended and with them the lives of his brother and his when they decided to kill their parents. From his son's point of view, his mother had to make a series of decisions not to tell what was happening with them and the alleged sexual abuse of his father towards them. What kind of mother allows her children to be abused by her husband. The truth is that now nobody can corroborate that such a thing has happened.

The brutal murder of the parents that shook the United States carried out by the brothers Menendez, children of the mentioned marriage, were reunited behind bars two decades after being convicted of the crime.The brothers Erik and Lyle Menendez, in 1989, when they were 18 and 21 years old, fired at point-blank range and killed their wealthy parents. The place of the murder was the mansion of the victims, Jose and Kitty Menendez, in Beverly Hills, California.

Children of a 45-year-old Hollywood executive, who received six shots with a shotgun that they themselves had bought days before the attack; and the mother, 10 bullets.The crime shocked the citizens of the United States and the trials to which the brothers were subjected between 1993 and 1995 captivated the attention of the entire country.

The Menendez brothers were sentenced to life imprisonment and, as accomplices in the crime, the authorities separated them in 1996 for the supposed risk that when they were together they planned to escape. Since then they never saw each other again or spoke on the phone.After committing the crime, the children in statements with the police said they had found their parents murdered in the house.What allowed them to be arrested was when the girlfriend of a psychologist who had been treating Erik Menéndez warned the police that the young man had threatened the therapist and the sessions were recorded with the psychologist, where the murders were discussed, they were later declared admissible as evidence in the court.

During his trials, there were two opposing explanations of the motive of the crime. Prosecutors challenged that the youngsters had killed their successful parents to inherit their multimillion-dollar assets.However, the brothers' defense lawyers said that the murder was a revenge for the sexual abuse allegedly brought by the father. But this argument was never demonstrated in the courts.

According to Robert Rand, a journalist who has covered the case since 1989 and served as a consultant for a 2017 television show about the Menendez, for 22 years in prison, the brothers wrote letters and played chess by sending their movements by that means.In February 2018, Lyle Menéndez's security restrictions, now 50 years old, diminished and he was transferred from Mule Creek State Prison, in northern California, to the RJ Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego, where his brother is Erik, 47 years old.

According to a blog of the California Department of Corrections, this prison allows inmates to interact with each other, and both of them were finally able to re-encounter each other.The digital site indicates that the prison itself did not confirm that they had been seen, but that Erik's wife, Tammi Menendez, confirmed that the heartfelt meeting had already taken place.According to the journalist Robert Rand, both cried when they met again.