The follow posting is appeared in the Orange Country Register, March, 8,
1996 about the White Supremaist killing which taken place 20 miles where
I lived. I typed it just as I readed...
CRIME: A handwritten account includes
graphic details, apparently about
Thien Minh Ly's killing, along
with smiley faces.
The Orange Country Register
An ex-convict charged in the January stabbing death
of a 24-year-old Tustin college student leader apparently
recounted the attack in a handwritten letter to a friend,
court records show.
The last moments of Thien Minh Ly's life are described
in detail in the correspondence reportedly penned by Gunner J.
Lindberg, who reserves more prominence in the ungrammartical
letter for a narrative of his dating plans upcoming birthday.
"Oh, I killed a jap a while ago," Lindberg, 21, alledgedly
wrote near the bottom of the second page of the Feb, 23 letter,
a copy of which was included among search warrant documents
filed Tuesday by police.
"I stabbed him to death. ....Then I wanted to go back and
look so we did and he was dieing (sic) just then taking in some
***y gasps of air so I nudged his face with my shoe a few
"Here's the clippings from the newspaper and we were on all
the news channels. ...Having a ball in tustin (sic) wish you were
The letter, which is interspersed with smiley faces, contains
heretofore unpublished information police believe could be known
only by someone present during the slaying.
It was provided to authorities in New Mexico by a confidental
informant whose disclosure led to the arrest last week of Lind-
berg and his alleged accomplice, Domenic M. Christopher, 17.
The letter allegedly written by Lindberg outlines a graphic,
blow-by-blow rendering of what happened.
Because white supremacist materials were found in an aprtment
shared by athe suspects, police initially investigating the slay-
ing as a hate crime. However, authorties now believe the motive
I will post the second part in series which reveals horrendous unforgettable
chilling detailed by the White Supremacist.