According to the Courthouse News Service in a piece from Thursday linked here the LA TIMES has filed a suit against CDCr to obtain records relating to the parole supervision of the two parolees who are suspected of the murders of several women in SoCal while on active parole supervision with GPS monitoring.
The two men, Franc Cano, 27, and Steven Dean Gordon, 49, both did time for sex crimes against children. They have pleaded not guilty to four counts of murder that they are currently suspected of. CDCr has been very reticent in releasing information on the suspect’s supervision. It is generally believe this is because the records, if released, will show CDCr in a bad light in this case.