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Jackie Cassettari was brutally beaten and strangled to death, suffering from several skull fractures, brain bleeding, a fractured larynx, and a host of bruises and cuts.
When the 36-year-old Northern California woman’s body was found, and there was a rope tied around her neck, a deep wound on her right wrist, and the evidence that they have been sexually assaulted, the authorities said.
Now, 14 years after the gruesome 2005, the crime, her killer is scheduled to be released from jail, and Jackie’s family was furious.
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“We wanted him to be there for the living,” and Jackie’s cousin, Steffanie Cruser, told FOX 40 Sacramento. “We want him to have to suffer, you’ll never be able to see the light of day again.”
“We wanted him to be there for a lifetime. We wanted him to suffer, you’ll never be able to see the light of day again.”
— Steffanie Cruser, son of Jackie Cassettari
Brian Rainwater, and found guilty in the 2009 death of Jackie Cassettari, is set to be released in the month of November. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)
Brian Rainwater, who was convicted in 2009 of killing Nick, that is scheduled to go in November, after serving just 10 years of a 15-year prison sentence.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, told FOX 40 that the storm water will be released early because of time served, and because of that he took a number of courses whilst in prison. In addition, some of the costs of his murder conviction reduced to violations, the station reported.
What’s more, according to Jackie’s family, the Rainwater will most likely live in Tracy, have the same Northern California town that Nick’s family members to call home.
The family is hoping authorities will force the Rainwater to somewhere else to live, Cruser said.
“Far, far, far, far away,” she told FOX 40. “Because no one wants to run into him at a grocery store or a gas station.”
A retired detective, Dale Jaynes said he will never forget the crime scene, after Jackie’s death, in her Livermore appartment.
“The amount of blood in the kitchen, you had to watch where you are walking, not only because of the evidence, but just … nothing,” Jaynes told FOX 40. “It was one of the most horrific scenes that I have had. You start to wonder who it could … it can’t be done with something like this to another person.”
“The amount of blood in the kitchen, you had to watch where you are walking, not only because of the evidence, but simply … nothing. It was one of the most horrific scenes that I have had. You start to wonder who it could … it can’t be done with something like this to another person.”
— Dale Jaynes, a retired detective who worked on Cassettari in case
Both Jaynes and Cruser said they were shocked when the rain water is received only 15 years in prison.
“I was very, very angry, to be honest with you,” Jaynes told FOX40. “With the injuries that they have received it, it was amazing that he was only going to be in the sense that he’s got it.”
When the rain water in the sample, a pathologist, stated that, Cassettari, had a potentially lethal amount of methamphetamine in her body, in the Eastern part of the Bay, the Times reported.
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However, at least one person remained convinced that the rain is not guilty: his wife, Desiree, from the rain water.
She claims that her husband was convicted because of his past, in which mistrust and a conviction for indecent exposure is fit for a police story, go to the train station.
“In order to bludgeon someone to death, is it?” she said. “No, no, that’s not my husband.”