Back in 1984, Gayle McCracken found her brother's mutilated body in his North Marks Avenue apartment in Fresno. He was stabbed 64 times and his heart was cut out. The killer, a co-worker, 23-year-old Theodore Allen LeLeaux Jr., was arrested with Carlock's heart in his jacket pocket the day after the murder. Since that night, Gayle has been fighting to keep her brother's killer behind bars. Last October he was granted parole. Last week, Governor Jerry Brown denied that parole after Fresno County District Attorney Elizabeth Egan stepped in. She wrote a letter to the governor saying LeLeaux is still a danger to the public. In a few months, LeLeaux will go back for an appeal hearing. Gayle says she made a promise to keep her brother's killer behind bars. You can see an extended version of our exclusive interview with Gayle McCracken.
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