Parole Hearing Delayed for Juan Corona

on December 23, 2010 in Serial Killers by

Juan Corona, who was convicted in 1973 for the murder of 25 transient farm workers, was granted a one year delay on his fifth parole hearing. He attorney, Y. John Ibrahim, cited his severe dementia and an inability to submit a parole plan as reasons.

Initially convicted in 1973 for hacking 25 farm workers to death using a machete, and burying their mutilated bodies in orchards north of Yuba City, he was retried in 1982 after his original conviction was overturned in 1978.

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