Boy Scout Albert Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.
- Boy Scout Albert Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.
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- August 12, 1937.
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- Fourteen-year-old Inglewood Boy Scout Albert Portune testifies for the court in the murders of children Jeanette Stevens (age 8), Melba Everett (age 9), and Madeline Everett (age 6). Portune was one of four scouts who discovered the bodies of the three girls in the Baldwin Park ravine; the four were part of a larger search group comprised of Boy Scouts. August 12, 1937.
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