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BREAKING NEWS: “Charges dropped” against Juliana Redding murder suspect Ronnie Wayne Case

NEW: (June 24, 2010 / 8:15pm PST) Camarillo Acorn: Two Camarillo residents arrested–one charged–in 2008 murder (this article appeared on the paper’s website on June 24, but it’s already dated June 25)

“Race car driver Greg Taylor said it was ‘unbelievable’ that Case, whom Taylor has known for more than 12 years, had been arrested for murder.

‘It blows my mind,”’Taylor said. “I know it’s not him.’” -Camarillo Acorn

UPDATE: (9:54pm PST / June 22, 2010) Santa Monica Daily Press: Woman charged in Redding murder; second suspect free

“Prosecutors dismissed a special circumstance of lying in wait against Park but have the option of adding it at a later date, police said.” -Santa Monica Daily Press

UPDATE: (9:37pm PST / June 21, 2010)  Los Angeles Times:  Arrests made in 2008 slaying of aspiring model in Santa Monica

“Authorities remained tightlipped about Park’s connection to the slain model, or any potential motive, saying that detectives may still be tracking other suspects. How she was connected to the slaying two years later remained unclear.” –LA Times



Beneath the headline, “Camarillo race car driver’s homicide charge dropped,” the Ventura County Star’s website has just reported yet another dramatic turn in the Juliana Redding murder investigation.  The lead paragraph of the story at goes even further, using the word charges:

“Los Angeles County prosecutors have decided not to pursue charges against a Camarillo race car driver in the 2008 killing of a Santa Monica woman.”

Read today’s earlier breaking news in the Juliana Redding case HERE.

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Bent’s Web site, “New Mexico returns Willow”

Update (July 17): This is a second version of the Strong City video concerning Willow’s return home.  It runs 3:35, just over a minute longer than the earlier version:

Update (June 18): The following video of Willow’s return to the Strong City church property in northeastern New Mexico was posted on youtube today (runs 2:42):

Update: Associated Press updates its story with a correction.
Update: LOR’s Web site has posted video of child’s return to Strong City.
Update: Here is a link to an Associated Press article published in The Las Cruces Sun-News.

(June 17, 10:41am PST) From the Web site of The Lord Our Righteousness church leader Wayne Bent:

At 10:32 A.M. today, Tuesday June 17th, the case for Willow Dawn Travesser was dismissed by the State of New Mexico, and Willow was released out of State custody back to her parents. She is on her way home now, and will come to Strong City for a meal with the family. My fast will end today when I see her face.

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