Two Innocent Teens The crime was unspeakable. On a summer night in Houston, two bright, beautiful, success-bound teenage girls crossed paths with a group of young men fueled with alcohol and rage. Four days later, when searchers finally found Jennifer Ertman and Elizabeth Pena, their bodies were unrecognizable. . . An Orgy Of Violence At first, the teenage boys grabbed Elizabeth, while Jennifer escaped. But Elizabeth's desperate cries brought Jennifer back to help her best friend. Both girls were subjected to sexual assaults of every conceivable kind. . .and long, painful, drawn-out deaths. . . No Mercy For days afterward, the killers bragged openly about their crime. By the time prosecutors got the case, convictions for double murder looked like a qslam dunk.q But the families of the victims were in for a horrible surprise. In this terrifying case, justice would be a torturous journey. . . Includes 16 Pages Of Shocking PhotosHe then frisked the teenager and, sure enough, found the butterfly knife in Petera#39;s right front jacket pocket. ... In May 1993, Peter Cantu went to visit his former auto mechanics teacher, Joseph MalveauxJr., at the Harper Alternative Schoolanbsp;...
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