Herbert Mullin 602 Inmate/Parolee Appeal Form 3/5/2002
Multiple pages of formally appealed grievances from the California serial killer.
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This auction is a C.D.C. 602 Appeal Form from California serial killer Herbert William Mullin. With a lethal mixture of untreated paranoid schizophrenia, firm beliefs in Catholicism, and repressed homosexuality, Mullin elected to kill at least 13 people residing in and around Santa Cruz, CA, in the early 1970's in order to prevent catastrophic earthquakes. You see, Mullin's birthday was on the same month and date of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. In his mind he believed his crimes would save the State of California. His method of murder varied, including a brutal stabbing death of a priest in a confessional at St. Mary's Church in Los Gatos on 11/2/1972. Mullin believed that Catholic priest wanted to be killed in order to stop a potential earthquake. Mullin believed this so much, at the time of his arrest on 2/13/1973, he assured is arresting officers that he had prevented major earthquakes with his murderous actions. If he was right we owe ol' Herb a debt of gratitude. However, at his trial his version of events couldn't be collaborated. On 8/19/1973 a jury convicted Mullin on 10 of 10 murder charges. Mullin would later plead guilty to an additional murder. He was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole. Mullin has proclaimed his rehabilitation and believes his debt to society has been paid. Unfortunately for Mullin the parole board hasn't agreed with him, denying both parole bids made by the serial killer. His last hearing, in 2011, resulted in a 10 year extension of his sentence.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: The C.D.C. 602 Inmate/Parolee Appeal Form is filled out by Mullin in multiple pages. This is in regards to writ of hadeas corpus being placed into his central file. The first page in a green California Inmate/Parolee Appeal Form, originally dated 2/3/2005, initially denied 2/9/2005, and then Mullin requests the issue to be taken to the formal level on 2/10/2005. This is all on the same document, signed twice, "H. W. Mullin." There's an appeals office stamp on the top of that page as well, dated 2/11/2005. Second page is much like this top sheet, it indicates screening at the informal level has been completed, dated 2/16/2002. The next two pages are typed, dated 12/4/2004 and 2/18/2005, signed, "Herbert W. Mullin," and "H. W. Mullin," the new page having the appeals office stamp, dated 2/24/2005. And fifth and final page, the screening at first level, is the one you see in the scan. The appeal was ultimately denied. I thought to take pictures of everything, but I decided to leave a little to the imagination. It's a very complete legal proceeding. The appeal comes inside a protective magazine sleeve with an acid free board and has been stored flat. Message me with any questions you might have. Thanks for having a look-see.
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