“I know there is nothing I can do to bring your guys’ son back,” David Parga said, “but I am deeply sorry for what happened to him.”
Gov. Jerry Brown, who has been criticized for granting parole to more murderers than his predecessors, announced Saturday he has granted Easter Weekend pardons to 65 people, including one convicted killer.
A convicted murderer, who has maintained his innocence for the past 27 years, was freed from prison Saturday morning after a judge ruled that his right to a fair trial had been violated.
Leticia Garcia campaigned for transparency while serving as vice president of the Fontana school board while concealing the fact that she was married to a convicted murderer in prison. Garcia went public with the information in October and residents are now demanding that Garcia step down from her position.
The adult children of a murdered woman spoke only to CBS2’s Joy Benedict about a board’s decision to grant their mother’s killer parole.
A former U.S. Marine convicted of three murders in Illinois has made his first court appearance in California to face charges that he killed five more women.