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Patsy, do you have any information on this case? There is a book about it. "Victim" by Gary Kinder (1982). The back cover reads as follows:
THE SIDE OF MURDER WE TRY TO FORGET
It is still one of the most shockingly brutal crimes on record. On April 22, 1974, five innocent people interrupted a robbery in an Ogden, Utah, hi-fi shop. Senselessly terrorized, they were tortured without mercy, forced to drink hydrochloric acid, and shot in the head.
Carol Naisbitt was one of the three who died. Her sixteen-year-old son, Cortney, miraculously survived. Slowly nurtured back to a semblence of physical and mental health by his supportive, courgeous family, he remains disabled but is alive today.
So are the men responsible.
Cortney passed away a few years ago, if I remember correctly. No idea is the men responsible, Dale Pierre and William Andrews, are still alive.