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During his trial, Richard took to putting his crime-scene photographs on the walls of his cell, using soap and toothpaste as glue. He’d gotten the photographs, which were part of the discovery, from Daniel Hernandez.
Sometimes an inmate mopping the floor or pushing a trap of books would call him names, curse him out. Richard would point to the photographs and say, “There’s blood behind the Stalker,” and the inmate would inevitably look once and go pale and look away.

During his trial, Richard took to putting his crime-scene photographs on the walls of his cell, using soap and toothpaste as glue. He’d gotten the photographs, which were part of the discovery, from Daniel Hernandez.

Sometimes an inmate mopping the floor or pushing a trap of books would call him names, curse him out. Richard would point to the photographs and say, “There’s blood behind the Stalker,” and the inmate would inevitably look once and go pale and look away.