The notorious Beverly Hills brothers – who were convicted of brutally murdering their parents back un 1989 – are now both being housed in separate units at the R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility near San Diego.
But Lyle, 50, predicted on his Facebook many months ago that a reunion with Erik, 47, was on the cards.
The page – which is administered by a family member – clearly knew something was in the works for the infamous killers.
On a topic that asks, if Lye will ever see Erik again, it states: “This is a very emotional topic. It is also a legal matter that cannot really be discussed. Your well wishes for this to happen are appreciated and welcomed but we can't talk more about it. UPDATE: This reunion will be happening very soon! Keep checking our page as we will announce it as soon as it happens!”
On the page, that has 6533 followers, Lyle seems upbeat about his life talking-up how he has been helping other inmates by becoming Chairman of the Inmate Council.
It states: “When he was at Mule Creek, he was the Chairman of the Inmate Council, which is the inmate government. He worked with the administration on all issues that affect inmate life. It is an elected position and required a lot of work. He has now taken all that knowledge and experience and helped form a new committee at RJD to bring rehabilitation programs to the prison and help make them a success. He is also on the waiting to list to get into the dog program!”
Since February the brothers are now housed at the same facility, which contains nearly 3,900 male inmates, corrections department spokeswoman Terry Thorntonconfirmed.
“They can and do interact with each other, all the inmates in that facility,” she revealed.
No details have been given on how the brothers actually reacted upon seeing each other for the first time in 22 years.
Lyle Menendez was serving his sentence in the Mule Creek State Prison in Northern California, however, he was moved to the Donovan facility after authorities lowered his security classification.
The brothers are serving life sentences for fatally shooting their parents, Jose Menendez and Kitty Menendez, nearly 30 years ago, inside their home.
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