Discover the definitive book on the Menendez case—and the primary source material for NBC'sLaw and Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders.
A successful entertainment executive making $2 million a year. His former beauty queen wife. Their two sons on the fast track to success.But it was all a facade.
The Menendez saga has captivated the American public since 1989. The killing of Jose and Kitty Menendez on a quietSundayevening in Beverly Hills didn't make the cover ofPeoplemagazine until the arrest of their sonsseven months later, and the case developed an intense cult following. When the first Menendez trial began in July 1993, the public was convinced that Lyle and Erik were a pair of greedy rich kids who had killed loving, devoted parents.
But the real story remained buried beneath years of dark secrets.Until now.
Journalist Robert Rand, who originally reported on the case for theMiami HeraldandPlayboy, has followed the Menendez murders from the beginning and has continued investigating and interviewing key sources for 28 years. Rand is the only reporter who covered the original investigation as well as both trials. With unparalleled access to the Menendez family and their history, including interviews with both brothers before and after their arrest, Rand has uncovered extraordinary details that certainly would have changed the fate of the brothers' first-degree murder conviction and sentencing to life without parole.
InThe Menendez Murders: The Shocking Untold Story of the Menedez Family and the Killings That Stunned the Nation,Rand shares these intimate, never-before-revealed findings, including a deeply disturbing history of child abuse and sexual molestation in the Menendez family going back generations, and the shocking admission O.J. Simpson made to one of the Menendez brothers when they were inmates at the L.A. County Men's Central Jail.
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