Calif. authorities: 1981 triple murder was hit job

We’ll be talking about this on this weekend’s PID Radio. — PID

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California authorities believe an unsolved 1981 triple murder at the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians was a hit job orchestrated by a tribal casino director, financial adviser and others to cover up illegal activity, and state officials are seeking to have the main suspect extradited to California.

James “Jimmy” Hughes, the founder of a Miami-based Christian ministry, was arrested Saturday at Miami International Airport on a fugitive warrant and was being held in Miami, where he is fighting extradition to California.

via The Associated Press: Calif. authorities: 1981 triple murder was hit job.

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