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January 16, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cult leader Jeffrey Lundgren's wife, Alice, has agreed to extradition to Ohio to face five counts of conspiracy to commit murder in the ritualistic slaying of five members of a family there, according to her court-appointed lawyer. Attorney Kay Sunday said Alice Lundgren, 38, who has denied any role in the murders, decided to strike out on her own and return to Lake County, Ohio, leaving her husband and son, Damon, 19, behind to face possible extradition hearings.
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January 16, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cult leader Jeffrey Lundgren's wife, Alice, has agreed to extradition to Ohio to face five counts of conspiracy to commit murder in the ritualistic slaying of five members of a family there, according to her court-appointed lawyer. Attorney Kay Sunday said Alice Lundgren, 38, who has denied any role in the murders, decided to strike out on her own and return to Lake County, Ohio, leaving her husband and son, Damon, 19, behind to face possible extradition hearings.
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January 13, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The leader of a religious cult admitted to his followers that he killed five members of an Ohio family and had members of his group help bury the victims, according to a court affidavit. Self-proclaimed prophet Jeffery Lundgren, 39; his wife, Alice Elizabeth, 38; their eldest son, Damon, 19, and 10 others have been charged in the shooting deaths of Dennis Avery, 49; his wife Cheryl, 42, and their daughters, Trina, 15, Rebecca, 13, and Karen, 6.
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