Surviving Victim Loses Appeal Of Release Of Records In Triple-Murder Case; Ninth District Says Issues Are Moot
The surviving victim of a shooting rampage that left three others dead has lost her appeal of the release of her medical records and other personal information during a capital-murder trial last year.
The Ninth District Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the issues Ronda Blankenship raised in her appeal were moot because she provided the requested information to the court during the trial that has now concluded.
Eric Hendon was convicted of the New Year’s Eve 2013 triple murder and sentenced last May to life in prison without parole. Blankenship was stabbed and shot in the face, but survived. Her boyfriend and his two teenage children were killed.