Herzog is gone forever, but his untimely death should not affect court proceedings or legislation approved by the California legislature designed to prevent the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) from releasing a parolee in a different county than the one in which they committed their offense without the mandatory notice required by California law.
So while I’m not jumping up and down for joy and deliriously dancing on Main Street, there is an upside to the news that convicted killer Loren Herzog apparently hanged himself inside a little trailer on state property outside High Desert State Prison last week — we never have to worry about him hurting another woman, and frankly I am more than quite happy about that.
First of all I look back and remember the awkward and nearly unbearable teenage kids stacked 5 to 7 deep under one roof of a 4-bedroom house with two working adults.
For a number of years, the board has sought reasoned discourse on the matter — discussions based on facts and science rather than emotion.
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