Erick Hall was sentenced to death by the State of Idaho for two separate sexual assaults and murders. According to court documents Erick Hall would commit the first sexual assault and murder in 2000 and would sexually assault and murder a second woman in 2003. The first victim was a flight attendant who was walking along a hiking trail when she was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered. Hall would throw her body in the Boise river. The second victim was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered. Hall would dispose of her body in the foothill area. Erick Hall was tried separately for both murders and in each he was convicted and sentenced to death.
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The Idaho Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a man condemned to death row twice for two separate murders.
In the written ruling issued Wednesday, a majority of the Justices agreed that Erick Virgil Hall was given a fair trial and had adequate representation when he was tried and sentenced to death for the kidnapping, rape and murder of flight attendant Lynn Henneman. Two justices dissented with the majority opinion, however, saying they agreed Hall was guilty of the crimes — but felt there were errors made in the process of sentencing him to the death penalty.
Henneman was on a lay-over in Boise on Sept. 24, 2000, when she took a walk on the Boise Greenbelt. Prosecutors said that’s when Hall kidnapped her, raped her and strangled her with a sweater.
The investigation went without a suspect for three years — until police investigating the rape and murder of Cheryl Ann Hanlon in the Boise foothills questioned Hall, and realized his DNA sample matched swabs collected from Henneman’s body.
Hall was later also sentenced to death for Hanlon’s murder.