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Elmer Wayne HENLEY Jr.

 
 
 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

Admits Involvement. Broaddus, Texas: Elmer Wayne Henley, 17, who has confessed to police having been
involved with a homosexual friend in the slaying of "25 or 30" young boys, covers his face as he talks to
newsmen while police working nearby unearthed two bodies late, August 9, 1973.

 

 

Houston Police detectives escort Elmer Wayne Henley into a courtroom
in August 1973, after he killed Dean Corll.

 

 

High Island, Texas: Elmer Wayne Henley, 17, leads law enforcement agents along a grassy dune on a
beach at High Island, Texas, August 10, 1973, as they search for more victims in the sex-related
killings over the past three years. So far a total of 23 victims have been recovered.

 

 

High Island, TX.: David O. Brooks, murderer in background wearing handcuffs as Elmer Henley lead
law enforcement agents, as they search for more victims in the sex related killings over the past
three years. So far, a total of 23 victims have been recovered.

 

 

High Island, Texas: Elmer Henley, 17, left, and David Brooks, 18, take a break during the search for
bodies, August 10. The two teenagers led police to burial sites in a pine forest and this sandy beach
as officers dug up more bodies of young boys killed during a three-year sex and sadism spree.

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

 

 

"Trusties" excavate the area.

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr. Pictured at age 18 during his trial in San Antonio, July, 1974.

 

 

Wayne Henley hides his face

 

 

April 8, 1974 - San Antonio, TX.: Elmer Wayne Henley, 17, (R), accused of 6 of 27 Houston mass murders,
is escorted to District Court by Chief Bexar County Deputy Rudy Garza, (L). Henley is appearing at a
pretrial hearing before District Judge Preston Dial, who is to hear pretrial motions and arguments

 

 

Wayne Henley, pictured at his appeal against his initial conviction in December, 1978.

 

 

Corpus Christi, Texas: Elmer Wayne Henley, in 6/5/79 photo, was found guilty and given
six life sentences 6/27, in 148th District Court by an eight-man, four-women jury. He was
convicted on charges of killing six Houston boys in 1972-1973.

 

 

Corpus Christi, TX.: Elmer Wayne Henley was found guilty and sentenced on six life sentences
 in federal court by an 8 man 4 woman jury.

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley

 

 

Elmer Wayne Henley is seen during an interview at the Michael Unit prison in Tennessee Colony, Texas,
Thursday, May 1, 2008. Henley is serving six life sentences with little chance of parole for his role in
 the torture and murder of 27 young boys in the early 1970s _ at the time, the worst mass murder
in the country's history. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

 

 

David Owen Brooks

 

 

 
 
 
 
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