With Holly Grigsby already sentenced to life in prison without any chance of parole, her partner in a murder spree that spanned three states in September of 2011, Joey Pedersen will likely get his second and third life sentencings on Monday.
On a mission that was described as helping the white race regain control of the world, Joey Pedersen and his girlfriend Holly Grigsby started out their journey of terror by killing Pedersen’s parents in suburban Seattle, then murdering Cody Meyers (Pedersen said he had a Jewish last name) of Lafayette, OR after he offered to give them a ride near Newport, and finally killing a black man, Reginald Clark, in Eureka, CA.
Pedersen’s additional sentencing Monday will cap a long running case in which the prosecution made, according to court documents, strategic errors in prosecuting Pedersen, errors however that did not sink the case.
But there was an interesting twist to how prosecutors managed to get Pedersen to plead guilty despite the mistakes. Here’s the story in The Oregonian. Click here.