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December 4, 1988 | RICHARD BEENE, Times Staff Writer
An Anaheim teen-ager charged in the killing of his father and wounding of his mother pleaded for forgiveness Saturday and said the incident followed a daylong drug binge during which he plotted to steal his parents' jewelry and exchange it for more drugs. In a 30-minute conversation in the visitor's section of the Orange County Jail, David John Terry, 18, described the events that he said led to the shooting of his parents in their north Anaheim home Monday night.
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April 7, 1990 | LUZ VILLARREAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard Lawrence Rodriguez, who was acquitted of shooting an Anaheim couple in a murder-for-hire plot, was released from jail Friday night, saying his freedom "was like a dream." "I'm still in a state of shock," he said in a jailhouse interview before his release. "I had it in my mind frame that I was going to be sent to prison for the rest of my life."
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April 7, 1990 | LUZ VILLARREAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard Lawrence Rodriguez, who was acquitted of shooting an Anaheim couple in a murder-for-hire plot, was released from jail Friday night, saying his freedom "was like a dream." "I'm still in a state of shock," he said in a jailhouse interview before his release. "I had it in my mind frame that I was going to be sent to prison for the rest of my life."
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April 6, 1990 | LUZ VILLARREAL and DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The murder-for-hire trial of Richard L. Rodriguez came to a surprise ending Thursday with his acquittal, despite dramatic testimony by the murder victim's wife that it was Rodriguez who shot them. After two days of deliberation, the jury found Rodriguez, 22, not guilty of conspiracy of murder in the shooting death of Anaheim financial analyst Owen L. Terry, 56, and of attempted murder in the shooting of Terry's wife, Pauline, now 52. Rodriguez also was acquitted of robbery and burglary charges.
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April 6, 1990 | LUZ VILLARREAL and DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The murder-for-hire trial of Richard L. Rodriguez came to a surprise ending Thursday with his acquittal, despite dramatic testimony by the murder victim's wife that it was Rodriguez who shot them. After two days of deliberation, the jury found Rodriguez, 22, not guilty of conspiracy of murder in the shooting death of Anaheim financial analyst Owen L. Terry, 56, and of attempted murder in the shooting of Terry's wife, Pauline, now 52. Rodriguez also was acquitted of robbery and burglary charges.
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December 4, 1988 | RICHARD BEENE, Times Staff Writer
An Anaheim teen-ager charged with killing his father and seriously wounding his mother pleaded for forgiveness Saturday and said the incident occurred after a daylong drug binge during which he plotted to steal his parents' jewelry and exchange it for more drugs. In a 30-minute interview in the visitors section of the Orange County Jail, David John Terry described the events that he said led to the shooting of his parents in their north Anaheim home Monday night.
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December 4, 1988 | RICHARD BEENE, Times Staff Writer
An Anaheim teen-ager charged in the killing of his father and wounding of his mother pleaded for forgiveness Saturday and said the incident followed a daylong drug binge during which he plotted to steal his parents' jewelry and exchange it for more drugs. In a 30-minute conversation in the visitor's section of the Orange County Jail, David John Terry, 18, described the events that he said led to the shooting of his parents in their north Anaheim home Monday night.
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