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    On Dec. 20, 1980, Richard Hirschfield murdered UC Davis sweethearts John Riggins and Sabrina Gonsalves. A Sacramento Superior Court jury convicted Hirschfield of the crime, and in early 2013, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael W. Sweet sentenced him to death. Hirschfield spends his time on death row at San Quentin, where he spoke briefly with Sacramento Bee reporter Jon Ortiz and photographer Randy Pench on Dec. 29, 2015. He continues to deny killing Riggins and Gonsalves.

On Dec. 20, 1980, Richard Hirschfield murdered UC Davis sweethearts John Riggins and Sabrina Gonsalves. A Sacramento Superior Court jury convicted Hirschfield of the crime, and in early 2013, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael W. Sweet sentenced him to death. Hirschfield spends his time on death row at San Quentin, where he spoke briefly with Sacramento Bee reporter Jon Ortiz and photographer Randy Pench on Dec. 29, 2015. He continues to deny killing Riggins and Gonsalves. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
On Dec. 20, 1980, Richard Hirschfield murdered UC Davis sweethearts John Riggins and Sabrina Gonsalves. A Sacramento Superior Court jury convicted Hirschfield of the crime, and in early 2013, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael W. Sweet sentenced him to death. Hirschfield spends his time on death row at San Quentin, where he spoke briefly with Sacramento Bee reporter Jon Ortiz and photographer Randy Pench on Dec. 29, 2015. He continues to deny killing Riggins and Gonsalves. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

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