Anthony Rauda Wiki – Anthony Rauda Biography

A California bystander-turned-survivor dubbed the “Malibu sniper” for a series of shootings at a Los Angeles-area park, was convicted of second-degree murder Friday. Anthony Rauda, 46, was found guilty of killing Tristan Beaudette, a father who was camping with his two young daughters.

Rauda was also convicted of three counts of attempted murder and five counts of second-degree commercial theft. The jury acquitted him of seven other counts of attempted murder. Swift went on a shooting spree at sleeping campers at Malibu Creek State Park in the Santa Monica Hills beginning in November 2016.

Anthony Rauda Age

The age of Anthony Rauda is 46 years.


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Anthony Rauda accused of killing Tristan Beaudette

He also fired at passing motorists near the state park, authorities said. Prosecutors were seeking a first-degree murder charge in the death of Beaudette, who was shot early on June 22, 2018, while sharing a tent with his 2-year-old and 4-year-old daughters.

Instead, jurors convicted Speedy on the lesser charge of second-degree murder in Beaudette’s death. Beaudette, a pharmaceutical researcher, had taken the girls on what was supposed to be one last camping trip in Los Angeles before his family moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, according to reports.

Beaudette’s wife skipped the trip because she was preparing to take a test. The girls were not injured but were considered victims of attempted murder. The jury convicted Rauda of the charges related to the girls, but ruled that Rauda had not acted deliberately to kill them or with premeditation.


A prosecutor told a jury this week that Rauda had a “pattern of stalking and preying on campers” at the state park that began when a man was shot while sleeping in a hammock in November 2016. The victims were shot between 3 and 5 a.m., a time when the prosecutor said people are usually in their deepest sleep. Rauda waived his right to appear in court and was not present for Friday’s verdict. Prosecutors declined to comment on the result.

“I appreciate how careful the jury seems to have been,” Rauda’s attorney, Nicholas C. Okorocha, said after the verdict. “The jury did a good job being careful and attentive to detail.” Rauda’s sentencing is scheduled for June 7. He faces between 40 years and life in prison.Read More……

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