American Justice: Menendez Murders [DVD]
- SKU: 25477537
- Release Date: 01/11/2013
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Money doesn't always buy mercy. A&E examines one battle between fairness and prestige in American Justice: Menendez Murders. Lyle and Erik Menendez were upper-class bad boys who took little in life seriously. They did poorly in school and were controlled by a rigid father. Their mother was also manipulative: she did the boys' homework throughout their high school careers. When the parents were suddenly murdered in their own home in a vicious attack, the sons were the ones that called the police. At first, nobody guessed it was the Menendez progeny that broke up the dysfunctional clan, even though Erik and Lyle spent over a million dollars in the first year after the deaths. It was Erik's confession to his psychiatrist that broke the case. Still, the brothers wouldn't claim to be abused until seven months after their arrest. When their story hit, the public was torn. Were they just a pair of highly mistreated sons or did they kill for the inheritance? The confusion resulted in two mistrials. Finally, the Menendez boys were sentenced to life in prison, with jurors still wondering if they did the right thing. A&E revisits the sensational trial and the events leading up to the downfall of the poor little rich kids. ~ Sarah Ing, Rovi