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The Menendez brothers are two very disturbed people that lived very disturbed lives They killed their parents in cold blood and tried to cover it up Both of them are lying dishonest people so no one will ever know what actually took place the night they killed their parents but I believe that they did it not for revenge but for greed Jose dreamed that Lyle would attend an Ivy League college Lyle who was not a good student told his friends that he wanted to skip college and open a restaurant with his fathers financial backing Jose would not entertain thoughts of anything less than an Ivy League education for Lyle When Lyle initially applied to Princeton in 1986 he was rejected He enrolled in a local community college and submitted another application to Princeton for the 1987 school year While Lyle waited to hear from Princeton he met and began to date Jaime Pisarcik a waitress at a local Princeton restaurant Jaime was also a tennis player and five years older than Lyle was Kitty and Jose did not like Jaime because they felt that Jaime was dating Lyle because he was the son of wealthy parents Lyle was accepted to Princeton in 1987 more on the strength of his ethnicity and ability to play tennis than on his standardized test scores and high school grades that were just average During the summer of 1987 Lyle and Jaime announced that they were engaged This announcement angered Jose At 19 Jose felt that Lyle was too young to be married Shortly before Lyle was to begin at Princeton Jaime moved to Alabama to teach tennis Lyle followed her Jose was upset by this and secretly arranged to sponsor Jaime on a European tennis tour Jose thought that once Jaime was out of the picture Lyle could concentrate on Princeton without any distractions Jose was wrong Lyle followed Jaime to Europe Final admission to
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