In Texas, Shaun Earl Arender pled guilty to capital murder for the 2007 murder of Hanna Mack. Arender was sentenced to life in prison.
In Texas, Shaun Earl Arender pled guilty to capital murder for the 2007 murder of six year-old Hanna Mack. Arender was sentenced to life in prison. This murder investigation revealed that Hanna was sexually assaulted prior to her death. The cause of death was asphyxiation. During the trial, Arender testified that him and another man were smoking marijuana and talking about pornography. Allegedly, while they assaulted Hanna they choked her and then decided to hang her body. Arender’s accomplice is currently held in jail for possession of child pornography charges. Arender’s accomplice will have a separate investigation and trial.
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