Herbert Mullin Denied Paroleon February 19, 2011 in Serial Killers by Brian Combs
Herbert Mullin, who was convicted of killing ten people in 1972 and 1973, was denied parole Thursday. The hearing was at Mule Creek State Prison.
District Attorney Bob Lee argued:
The victims’ families and friends and the entire community suffered immeasurably by the actions of this man. It is clear that Mr. Mullin is incapable of morally and intellectually taking responsibility for these crimes.
Although Mullin was convicted of only ten murders, he admits having killed thirteen people. He blames inappropriate upbringing by his parents for the crimes.
Mullin will be eligible for another parole review in 2021.