Archive for August 2nd, 2012

His parole hearing is August 14, so all letters or phone calls need to be in by Friday. Faxing or emailing is the best route.

Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr. (born May 9, 1956) is a convicted American serial killer, incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) system. Henley was convicted in 1974[1]:219 for his role in a series of murders in Houston, Texas between 1970 and 1973 in which a minimum of twenty-eight teenage boys were abducted, raped and murdered by Dean Corll. Many of the victims were lured to Corll’s home by Henley or Corll’s other teenage accomplice, David Brooks. Corll was shot dead by Henley, then 17 years old,[2] on August 8, 1973.

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Elmer Wayne Henley

PALESTINE BOARD OFFICE 133 E. Reagan Street Palestine, TX 75801

Phone Number: 903-723-1068 Fax Number: 903-723-1441
Email: (fastest)

Michelle Skyrme, Board Member
James Hensarling, Parole Commissioner
Troy G. Fox, Parole Commissioner

Must include the following:
Elmer Wayne Henley TDCJ# 241618

Sample Letter:

133 E. Reagan Street
Palestine, TX 75801

Members of the Texas Board of Parole Hearings:
Re: Parole Hearing Planned for Elmer Wayne Henley, TDCJ #241618

Please DO NOT grant parole to Elmer Wayne Henley, TDCJ #241618. As a concerned citizen, I am writing to protest the projected parole of this convicted multiple murderer.

Between 1970 – 1973, Elmer Wayne Henley, along with Dean Corll and David Owen Brooks, abducted, raped, tortured and killed at least 29 known victims, with a great chance that there are more victims not found still to this day.

The heinous nature of the murders of these…

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