Cooper found guilty of first degree murder with torture [update]
Last updated 3/30/2009 at Noon
The jury hearing the case of the People vs. Jason Cooper rendered their verdict on Monday in Vista Superior Court, finding Cooper guilty of first degree murder with the special circumstance of torture in the killing of his mother-in-law, Robyn Liebner, 53, and sister-in-law Jenna, 16.
Cooper, married to Robyn’s older daughter, Amber, savagely stabbed the two women on April 26, 2006, at their Fallbrook home.
Although Cooper has been found guilty of the crimes, because he pled not guilty by reason of insanity, a second trial to determine whether he was sane or not at the time of the murde...
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