SECOND TIME AROUND

AS THE MENENDEZ BROTHERS ONCE AGAIN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIVES, THE PROSECUTION ALTERS ITS STRATEGY

A MAN AND A WOMAN FOUND SLAUGHtered in their luxurious Beverly Hills home. A crime scene soaked in blood. Wealthy, attractive, clean-cut defendants with a seemingly clear motive for the murders. A riveting, controversial and protracted televised trial. And a jury decision that stunned many Americans, who had thought that the only possible outcome of the trial was a guilty verdict. But at least in the case of young Lyle and Erik Menendez, accused of shooting their parents in August 1989, the prosecutors get the chance to try it all over again.

With little fuss, and in a town still nursing...

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