Chester Weger news
The filmmaker behind the Emmy-nominated, HBO documentary “The Murders at Starved Rock” wishes there was more than just one hair sample of evidence after 60 years.
Chester Weger, his family and his attorney Andy Hale attend the court hearing and speak outside of the courthouse Monday after it was revealed a hair on a glove from the murders fit the DNA profile of a man, but not Weger.
Video: Chester Weger and his attorney Andy Hale spoke to media following Monday's hearing.
One of the victim’s gloves from the 1960 Starved Rock murders had a hair attached it. The hair was a man’s. It was not Chester Weger.
“The Murders at Starved Rock,” the three-part documentary about the Chester Weger case and aired on HBO, has been nominated for an Emmy.
Results from a fresh analysis of evidence from the Starved Rock murders still are pending, so a judge has moved a hearing until Aug. 1.
Filmmaker David Raccuglia thought 82-year-old Chester Weger was the only living participant in the Starved Rock murders case.
A few pieces of evidence from the 1960 Starved Rock murders case are scheduled to be handled, packaged and labeled Dec. 9 for a trip to the crime lab.
A documentary about the 1960 murders at Starved Rock State Park will be aired Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 14-15, on HBO.