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‘Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders’ Review: Sons and Killers

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23.09.2017
The 1989 murder of entertainment executive José Menendez and his wife, Kitty, shotgunned to death as they sat in their living room watching television, would become one of the most unforgettable and reported on acts of conspicuous violence to take place in an era in no way short of such crimes. That it would be destined for endless notoriety was obvious from the outset. The couple’s sons, Lyle, age 21, and Erik, 18, had killed their parents, and had then, blind to any concern with appearances, gone on, shortly after the murders, to indulge in shopping sprees whose ground rule was only the best—a part of their...

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