Woman indicted for murdering mother of cult leader David Koresh

Woman Accused of Killing David Koresh’s Mom Indicted for Murder

ATHENS — The woman accused of stabbing to death the mother of infamous Branch Davidian leader David Koresh has been indicted for murder.

A Henderson County grand jury has returned an indictment of murder against 54-year-old Beverly Clark of Chandler for the January death of her sister, Bonnie Clark Halderman, 60.
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Clark remains in the Henderson County Jail on a $500,000 bond.
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Halderman wrote an autobiography, published in 2007, called “Memories of the Branch Davidians: The Autobiography of David Koresh’s Mother,” that described how her son, Vernon Howell, became David Koresh.


– Source / Full Story: Woman Accused of Killing David Koresh’s Mom Indicted for Murder, Kenneth Dean, The Tyler Morning Telegraph, Apr. 9, 2009 — Summarized by Religion News Blog

Murder cases take next step toward trial

Haldeman was murdered in January, according to reports, after allegedly trying to take Clark, her sister, to a doctor’s office.
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Clark was still in the home when they arrived. They also found a knife they believe was used in the killing.

– Source / Full Story: Murder cases take next step toward trial, Art Lawler, Athen Daily Review, April 8, 2009 — Summarized by Religion News Blog


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