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September 15, 2002 | Tim Reiterman, Tim Reiterman is a Times staff writer based in Northern California.
Soon after the news raced through the Rancho Cordova neighborhood of modest ranch-style houses, a street corner memorial cascaded across the sidewalk. Bouquets. Votive candles. Teddy bears. The street sign was festooned with ribbons and cards drawn by children. "I'll remember you like family . . . ." said one.
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September 15, 2002 | Tim Reiterman, Tim Reiterman is a Times staff writer based in Northern California.
Soon after the news raced through the Rancho Cordova neighborhood of modest ranch-style houses, a street corner memorial cascaded across the sidewalk. Bouquets. Votive candles. Teddy bears. The street sign was festooned with ribbons and cards drawn by children. "I'll remember you like family . . . ." said one.
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October 6, 2002
Michael Weinberger wonders how he could have prevented his son's murderous rampage ("Confession of a Child Killer," by Tim Reiterman, Sept. 15). Outside sources say that Justin Weinberger exhibited abnormal signs, including a violent temper and withdrawn demeanor--signs of depression. Isn't that sufficient for his father to see that he needed immediate intervention? These are not defenses for the murder of Courtney Sconce, only explanations for a life slipping away and the absence of parental guidance.
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