By Ken Englade
A chilling story of greed as one kin commits unspeakable crimes opposed to the dead.
For sixty years, households in Southern California relied on the Sconce relations Funeral domestic with their household' is still. That belief was once betrayed in a rare, scary style, because it was once found that the relations, seeing a chance, have been stealing gold fillings and harvesting the organs of the newly deceased, hiding the proof through burning the our bodies of their crematorium.
When the surprising acts got here to gentle, an ordeal introduced each ugly aspect to the leading edge, and Ken Englade has, with even-handed, clear-eyed reporting, chronicled each chilling aspect.
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He would have presided at the trial had the charges not been dismissed at the last moment. Harvey Giss—The Los Angeles County deputy district attorney scheduled to prosecute David Sconce for the murder of Tim Waters. James Rogan—The deputy district attorney who took over the Los Angeles County prosecution of the Sconces after Walt Lewis was forced to withdraw. He also had to withdraw later when he was appointed a judge. Eliott al Hadeff—The DDA who replaced Rogan as Jerry and Laurieanne’s prosecutor in Los Angeles County.
I’m going to call for some help,” Wentworth finally announced. Returning to his vehicle, he picked up the microphone on his fire department radio and asked the dispatcher to send a couple of deputies to Oscar’s Ceramics. When they arrived, Wentworth explained that he wanted to make an inspection of the facility but the only man who could let them in had disappeared and they had no way to get his attention. “That’s no problem,” one of the deputies said. Striding to the patrol car, he opened the door, reached inside and flipped a switch.
Seeing the emaciated bodies of the survivors and the stacks of corpses had struck him to his soul, but the thing he remembered most vividly about that experience was the smell. It was something he never forgot. It came back to him years later, the first time he got a deep whiff of the smoke billowing from Oscar’s Ceramics. David Sconce could say what he wanted, but the veteran was certain that the odor he smelled was not that of ceramics being produced; it was the stink of corpses being cremated.
A Family Business by Ken Englade
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