In California, Raul and Cathy Sarinana face first-degree murder charges in a child torture case of Ricky Morales. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. There are two juries hearing the evidence, one jury for each defendant. Ricky Morales died on Christmas Day 2005 from a beating that took place in the morning because he failed to eat his breakfast. His body was found in a closet of the master bedroom. Prosecutors allege that Mr. and Mrs. Sarinana had guests over for Christmas dinner as Ricky was dying from his injuries in the household.
Ricky’s 13 year-old brother, Conrad, was found dead with his body encased in concrete. Investigators believe he died in August 2005 while the family lived in Washington. That case will be heard in Washington.
The mother of the two boys stated she tried to get her sons back from the Sarinana couple, but was told by her sister-in-law that they did not want to come back home to her.
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