Nov 20, 1974 Judy Rivera, page 2
Murder 'victim' (Continued from Metro Page) both medical and personal, that is in our possession, so as to lead us to believe that mere coincidence is statistically impossible." "To our knowledge, this child is totally unaware of the situation, and to present this girl with the facts that she was abandoned by her indigent parents because because they were unable to care for her properly and that they are now facing trial for her murder would seem to be a trauma that she might have difficulty difficulty enduring," Freeman said. Nevertheless, Freeman, said, it may be necessary either to have X-rays X-rays X-rays taken of the San Francisco girl, Judy Gasse, or even to have her personally interviewed interviewed before a positive determination can be made about her true identity. No footprint is believed to have been taken of Judy Rivera at the time of her birth at Los Angeles County General Hospital Feb. 11, 1961, Freeman said. Also being pursued is further comparison comparison of X-ray X-ray X-ray photographs of Judy Rivera taken at the age of nine months, X-ray X-ray X-ray photographs of Judy Gasse taken after her discovery in San Francisco, and X-rays X-rays X-rays and photos of the bones found in the Jurupa Hills in 1973, he said. Photographs taken of Judy Gasse by the San Francisco Chronicle in January, 1965, are being subpoenaed so they might be compared with other family members, Freeman said. Making positive identification more difficult is the refusal of San Francisco authorities to permit an examination of Judy Gasse at the present time unless authorized by the San Francisco' Superior Court, Freeman said. Prosecuting is Dep. Dist. Atty. Betty Dyke. Further proceedings on the case are scheduled tomorrow afternoon before Judge Garner. S.B. woman reports rape by 'masked man SAN BERNARDINO - A 26-year-old 26-year-old 26-year-old 26-year-old 26-year-old woman was raped and beaten in her bed early yesterday by a masked man, sheriff's sheriff's investigators said. . The rapist entered the home through a sliding glass door at 3:15 a.m. where the woman and her 3-year-old 3-year-old 3-year-old 3-year-old 3-year-old daughter were asleep, Det. Dennis O'Rourke said. The door had a broken lock that was to have been repaired soon, O'Rourke said. The woman, who had fallen asleep with the light on, was awakened just before before the man turned the light out. She told investigators he was carrying a screwdriver and a flashlight and wore a mask and gloves. After she was raped, there was a struggle in which the woman was hit in the face several times, suffering minor bruises, but she managed to escape, O'Rourke said. She ran to the manager's apartment where she reported the incident, but the assailant had fled. Hase Line station robbed of $60 HIGHLAND - Harold Dull's Union Service Station, 26503 E. Base Line,-was Line,-was Line,-was robbed of $60 Monday night by an armed man wearing a ski mask who got away in a car, sheriff's deputies said.