Who Murdered Robbin Brandley

 

Genelle and Jack Reilley

Parents of Robbin Brandley, a student murdered in 1986 at
Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, CA

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Covering Robbin's murder, the investigation, prosecution and actions against Genelle and me by law enforcement. It covers 28 years, since 1986, excluding the trial

 

Please read the information in this website with an open mind. It is a story of delayed justice for Robbin and four other young California women murdered by serial killer Andrew Urdiales.

We are Genelle and Jack Reilley, parents of Robbin Brandley. For 28 years, 1986 to 2014, we have been told a stream of lies and misinformation by the Orange County Sheriff and District Attorney as part of a cover-up whose purpose was to declare Robbin’s murder a cold case, unsolved and forgotten. When that failed, the tactic changed to delaying extradition and prosecution for years into the future, if ever.

A campaign of ridicule and harassment was conducted against us by Orange County law enforcement because we decided to go to the media and the public to help us discover and reveal the truth of Robbin’s murder.
Since 1997, when Urdiales confessed, we have stated repeatedly that only an honest trial would expose the true facts. We will accept the truth, regardless of our opinions: what we will not accept are the lies. A trial was denied Robbin and four other young women for 17 years. It may begin in early 2014, or maybe not.

We believe that Andrew Urdiales is not the sole murderer of Robbin. We believe that a female student participated in the murder and maybe one other person. In Urdiales’ 1997 confession, he uses the term “we” in describing the murder. “We” means only one thing – plural, more than one!

We believe that Orange County law enforcement decided from the beginning that Robbin’s murder would not reflect badly on, or damage, the excellent reputation of Orange County or Saddleback Community College. It was decided that Robbin’s murder would be a cold case – murderer unknown – and the crime would eventually be erased from official and public memory.

This decision required a purposefully bungled investigation that avoided any evidence or information that would lead to suspects, arrests or convictions. When Urdiales confessed, the new tactic was to delay prosecution, to keep Urdiales out of California and Orange County until years into the future.

When Andrew Urdiales unexpectedly confessed in 1997, the cover-up scheme began to unravel. His confession raised questions that required answers. We were a threat. The Orange County Sheriff and District Attorney began a harassment campaign against us in an attempt to frighten us and quiet us.

We were 47 years old when Robbin was murdered. We will be 75 if the trial begins in 2014. We will be 95 or older when Urdiales’ appeals end. Robbin just turned 23 before she died. She was 51 on her last birthday.

Justice delayed is justice denied! (William Gladstone)

 

Download Our 200+ Page Book (pdf)
Covering Robbin's murder, the investigation, prosecution and actions against Genelle and me by law enforcement. It covers 28 years, since 1986, excluding the trial

 

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