CA CA - JUDITH ANN HAKARI, 23, East Sacramento, 7 March 1970

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  1. Fede

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    "On March 7, 1970, Judith Ann Hakari finished her regular shift at Sutter Memorial Hospital in East Sacramento at around 11:30 PM. Before Judy left, the 23-year-old nurse called her fiance, Raymond Willis, to let him know she was on her way home. They planned to meet at Hakari’s apartment at 1720 Markston Way around midnight that evening". She dissapeared. Her body was found on April 25th.
    Her murder has been related with the Nancy Bennallack one.
    Here is a really well detailed account of the cases:
    The Bride-to-Be Murders, Part I: Who Killed Judy Hakari? - Pretty Death Seller
     
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    One thing that amazes me is this testimony: "Detectives stated that on March 13th 1970 (six days after her disappearance), the owner of the land where Judith Hakari was eventually discovered, noticed three sharply-dressed men in their late 20s at the site, with the trunk of their vehicle open and digging into the ground. Their lame excuse of digging for bottles, while suspiciously closing the trunk of their vehicle, seemed sinister. There is very good reason to believe these three men were involved in the murder and disposal of Judith Hakari. At the very least, one murderer and two accomplices after the fact. With little to go on after 50 years, an examination of the abduction and burial site can reveal so much about this crime."


    Taken from here: THE MURDER OF JUDITH HAKARI
     
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