Where are Reginald and Jonathan Carr?

Reginald and Jonathan are both still currently on death row. Also, the case garnered controversy after no prima facie evidence of racial motivation was revealed, other than the victims of the crime spree were Caucasian and the Carr brothers were African-American.

Is there a documentary about the Carr brothers?

Terror in Wichita: A Story of One Woman’s Courage and Her Will to Live, exposes the true story of Jonathan and Reginald Carr.

What year was the Wichita Massacre?

December 8, 2000Wichita Massacre / Start date

Where are the Carr brothers now?

To watch the oral arguments made to the court in May 2021, click here for the Reginald Carr case and click here for the Jonathan Carr case. Both Carr brothers are being held in the El Dorado Correctional Facility, where they have been since Nov. 2002.

Who is John Wheaties?

John Carr’s nickname was Wheaties, so he is thought to be the John Wheaties which the letter referenced, and a John Wheat Carr lived around the corner from David Berkowitz. This is where it gets even more suspicious – John Carr’s father is called Sam, so John Carr literally was the son of Sam.

When did the Carr brothers murder?

December 2000
The Carr brothers shot and killed five people in December 2000 and were convicted of murder, kidnapping, rape and robbery charges two years later.

Where are the Carr brothers today?

How old are the Carr brothers now?

Reginald Carr, 44, and Jonathan Carr, 41, were condemned to death by lethal injection in 2002 in Sedgwick County District Court for capital murder in the gunshot killings in Wichita of Jason Befort, 26; Aaron Sander, 29; Heather Muller, 25; and Brad Heyka, 27. The four hadn’t previously known the Carrs.

Who did the Carr brothers murder?

The Carr brothers were arrested and later linked to two crimes earlier in the month: the carjacking and robbery of a 23-year-old man and the shooting death of Wichita symphony cellist Linda “Ann” Walenta, 55.