Sunday, July 23, 2017

Resentencing hearing scheduled for vampire cult killers

Vampire cult killers Rod Ferrell and Howard Scott Anderson will get their day in court on March 12 in a bid to get their life sentences reduced.

The two were teenagers in 1996 when they broke into the Eustis home of cult member Heather Wendorf, 15, stole the family’s Ford Explorer and left her parents dead when Ferrell pummeled the couple with a tire iron.

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that juveniles should not be sentenced to life with no chance of parole.
Buxman said he will lay out the facts of the case and the defense attorneys will present their experts, who will no doubt testify about the two men’s wildly dysfunctional childhoods. Anderson grew up in grinding poverty with an alcoholic father who abused his mother. Ferrell’s mother not only overlooked her son’s obsession with the occult but actually embraced it sometimes.

Resentencing hearing scheduled for vampire cult killers

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