This is the second installment of Ted Bundy's Utah State Prison records, released to me after a year of denied appeals to the Utah Dept. of Corrections and a final, successful appeal to the Utah State Records Committee. This is the first time these records have ever been seen outside of the Utah Department of Corrections. Bundy's rehabilitation plan, progress report, work assignment performance reviews, and answers to the treatment plan worksheet's standardized questions show his ability to exhibit an outwardly polished demeanor while also maintaining a resentful, aggrieved state of mind.
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2 thoughts on “The Utah State Prison: Part II, 1976

  1. This is exceptional. Thank you for posting. I knew Johnny and Louise had helped him with his earlier cash bail but didn’t realize they had given him $12,000 for legal defense. Unless the two are being combined here. Very good read.

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