Marjorie Knoller has bee resentenced after her long trip through the courts. She was previously released when her original sentence was overturned. Now, she is back in jail for 15 years to life for the 2001 mauling death of Dianne Whipple. That is considerably more than the four-year prison term that she originally received in 2002.
The Knoller case is the California’s first murder conviction connected to a dog mauling.
Knoller and her law partner and husband, Robert Noel, blamed Whipple for the attack. It is the end to both civil and criminal litigation for the couple, who are now in prison with their adopted son, Paul “Cornfed” Schneider. They adopted Cornfed, a white supremist, when he was an adult. Knoller is now looking at roughly 12 years before she will be eligible for parole.
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