Piedade, who trained Haskell Jr. for 14 years, disclosed to the outlet that he had noticed a troubled demeanor in his former client as early as 2009.
Haskell Jr. would allegedly engage in peculiar behavior at the gym, going out of his way to provoke others, knowing that Piedade would come to his defense. However, Piedade categorically denied ever suspecting that his client would resort to such extreme violence.
Law enforcement sources have revealed that the Los Angeles Police Department is aware of Haskell Jr.’s interest in horror movies and is looking into its possible role in the murders.
This revelation added another layer of intrigue to the case and raises questions about the impact of media on individuals’ behavior.
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