Sunday, March 9, 2009 The state may wish them dead, but San Diego-area death-row inmates want a life. And they’re using the internet to get it.
Susan Eubanks, who shot her four young boys to death in San Marcos in 1997, describes herself in an online ad as a middle-aged “cougar” who’s optimistic and enjoys meeting new people.
Cleophus Prince Jr., San Diego’s most notorious serial killer, writes on a prisoner “pen-pal” website that he is “open minded, compassionate, and caring.”
And Eric Anderson, who murdered the owner of East County’s Cajon Speedway during a 2003 robbery, writes in an online ad that he’s a “caring person that’s down to earth.”