William Kirkpatrick California Death Row

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William Kirkpatrick

Sentenced to death in Los Angeles County on August 14, 1984 for killing
two workers at a Burbank Taco Bell on September 17, 1983. L. Wayne
Hunter, 27, and James Falconio, 16, were each shot once in the head with
a .22-caliber bullet, and $625 was missing from the safe and cash
register. An accomplice, Eddie Salazar, was convicted of first-degree
murder and received a sentence of 25 years to life. Kirkpatrick‘s
criminal record before that consisted of misdemeanor convictions for
drunken driving and receiving stolen property.


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    • JOHN
    • April 12, 2020
    Reply

    This guy is completely cold blooded. Why did he kill two young men at a TACO BELL restaurant for $600? Why ?

    • Christopher Atkinson
    • July 12, 2020
    Reply

    I was a major witness in this trial and Im never mentioned. I was 17 and slept in a car with the murder weapon the night after that aweful incident. He came to the house the next day with a bunch of change and we drank at Sherman Oaks park. Anyway this isnt the whole story.

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