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Conrad's death gained national attention due to the age of her killer, forcing a re-evaluation of California statutes regarding juvenile sentencing for violent crimes. Her body was transported in Broussard's pickup truck into nearby hills and dumped in a ravine. When the other Milpitas students were asked why they had not alerted police, they responded that they "did not want to get in trouble. Broussard pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 25 years to life. He was denied a new trial in ,  and has repeatedly been denied parole. It follows a group of teenagers in a Northern California town who are forced to deal with their friend's murder of his girlfriend, and the subsequent disposal of her body. Screenwriter Jimenez partially based the film's script on the murder of Marcy Renee Conrad in Milpitas, California.
Conrad's death gained national attention due to the age of her killer, forcing a re-evaluation of California statutes regarding juvenile sentencing for violent crimes. The case triggered widespread media coverage, as a stark example of social disaffection among suburban youth. Her body was transported in Broussard's pickup truck into nearby hills and dumped in a ravine. An autopsy confirmed that Conrad had been raped and then murdered by strangulation. Reports indicate that Broussard bragged about her death at school, and showed the body to at least 10 people.
With the 30th anniversary of The River's Edge, Yesterday's Crimes however, when year-old Marcy Renee Conrad's body was found in a.
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To Detective Sgt. Garry Meeker of the Santa Clara Sheriff's Department, it was not the killing of yearold Marcy Renee Conrad that was so unusual, at least not these days. That was the unusual aspect. At that, he said, it was only the extremity of the crime, the strangulation of a young girl, that made the callousness and silence of the teen-agers so out of the ordinary. For two days they had gone up into the hills by the carload, as if on an outing, to take a look at the body lying half naked in the woods.
A one-time Milpitas high school student who gained national notoriety after he strangled his year- old girlfriend and showed off her corpse to his friends was denied parole yesterday. The state Board of Prison Terms voted to deny parole to Anthony Broussard , now 31, who was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for the Nov. The gruesome slaying became the basis for a movie, "River's Edge," and made national headlines after police learned that none of the youngsters who saw the body or heard Broussard brag about the crime reported the murder. Broussard, then 16, raped and strangled Conrad in his home, then dumped her body in the Milpitas foothills. He bragged about the crime and brought friends to view her half-naked body at the site. Two days after the body was dumped, an year-old assembly line worker at a nearby General Motors plant went to see the body and reported it to police. The board denied parole based on the violence of the crime, Broussard's anti-social behavior before the crime, his history of drug abuse, his lack of remorse at the time and now, and the statement of Santa Clara Deputy District Attorney Rod Braughton , who opposed parole.