Brothers James, left, and Richard Schoenfeld each served more than 35 years in California prison for the July 15, 1976 Chowchilla school bus kidnapping. As the 40th anniversary of the crime approaches, the Schoenfelds have given no media interviews. They spoke only reluctantly to a friend about their lives today and agreed to have the limited comments shared in The Fresno Bee.
Brothers James, left, and Richard Schoenfeld each served more than 35 years in California prison for the July 15, 1976 Chowchilla school bus kidnapping. As the 40th anniversary of the crime approaches, the Schoenfelds have given no media interviews. They spoke only reluctantly to a friend about their lives today and agreed to have the limited comments shared in The Fresno Bee. California Department of Corrections file
Brothers James, left, and Richard Schoenfeld each served more than 35 years in California prison for the July 15, 1976 Chowchilla school bus kidnapping. As the 40th anniversary of the crime approaches, the Schoenfelds have given no media interviews. They spoke only reluctantly to a friend about their lives today and agreed to have the limited comments shared in The Fresno Bee. California Department of Corrections file

Fresno Bee exclusive: Chowchilla kidnappers talk about life after prison

July 12, 2016 04:55 PM

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