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How not to kill off your younger brothers.

Number one, I'm not recommending the killing off of siblings to enhance one's inheritance. Probably better to stab them in the back (figuratively) by suggesting they're morally bankrupt to your parents.


If you feel there's no other option, for god's sake don't run them over and leave them lying around. Two in three murders go unsolved nationally, and most of those are committed by gang members who have little brains and less initiative.


Show a little stick and plan things right...you'll never spend a day in jail nor will you appear in the Spritzler Report. As for Rebecca; she's obviously a spoiled debutant who's incapable for excelling at anything let alone homicide. Embarrassing.





LA socialite Rebecca Grossman found guilty of murder, manslaughter in 2020 hit-and-

run deaths of two young brothers

By Katherine Donlevy, NY Post

Published Feb. 23, 2024


Rebecca Grossman and her daughter walking towards a courthouse, in California.

A Southern California socialite was found guilty Friday of murder and other charges in the hit-and-run deaths of two young brothers in a crosswalk more than three years ago.


The Los Angeles socialite who mowed down two young brothers in a drunken hit-and-run more than three years ago was convicted Friday for what prosecutors slammed as a “total disregard for human life.”


Rebecca Grossman, the wife of renowned plastic surgeon Peter Grossman, appeared calm as the court handed down its guilty verdict for the September 2020 deaths of brothers Mark Iskander, 11, and Jacob Iskander,


The boys’ mother burst into tears as the 62-year-old murderess was handcuffed following the judge’s refusal to extend her $2 million bail until sentencing, saying, “Justice can no longer be delayed.”


“This trial, every day in court felt like I am attending the funeral of the boys again, day after day,” Nancy Iskander told reporters after the verdict.


“Someone is now held accountable. Mark and Jacob did not die, Mark and Jacob were murdered.”


Prosecutors said Grossman, 62, was racing her ex-MLB lover Scott Erickson, who was in another car, after a boozed-up lunch.


Mark and Jacob were crossing the street in the crosswalk with their mother and youngest brother when Grossman slammed into them and fled, leaving the boys for dead.

The socialite slammed into the boys with such force that the older brother flew more than 250 feet.


Authorities said Rebecca Grossman, wife of a prominent Los Angeles burn doctor, fatally struck Mark Iskander, 11, and brother Jacob, 8, while speeding behind a car driven by then-lover Scott Erickson, a former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher.


Prosecutors presented evidence that the data recorder in Grossman’s white Mercedes showed she was speeding at up to 81 mph and tapped her brakes, slowing her to 73 mph, less than two seconds before a collision that set off her airbags.


Nancy Iskander was at the tragic scene and only narrowly saved herself and her then-5-year-old son Zachary from the same fate.


Grossman — who blew a 0.076% and had Valium in her system — has repeatedly denied killing the boys.


Rebecca Grossman and her husband Dr. Peter Grossman with lawyers outside a courthouse. Photo credit: RC / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com.


The jury found Grossman guilty on all counts: Two felony counts each of second-degree murder and gross vehicular manslaughter, and one felony count of hit-and-run driving resulting in death.


Mark and Jacob were crossing the street in the crosswalk with their mother and youngest brother when Grossman slammed into them and fled, leaving the boys for dead.


Her lead attorney, Tony Buzbee, tried passing the blame off to Erickson, who he suggested hit Jacob, hurling him to a curb, and then hit Mark, throwing him into the path of Grossman’s Mercedes, the Los Angeles Times reported.


“It was amazing how they lied,” Nancy’s husband, Karim, said after the guilty verdict. “They just lie, lie lie. I was shocked by the lies, but I was also worried.”


Grossman was not charged with being under the influence, despite friends testifying that she guzzled a margarita at a nearby restaurant before plowing into the brothers.

Erickson was initially charged with a misdemeanor count of reckless driving but it was dismissed after he made a public service announcement.


“This decision underscores our commitment to holding accountable those who drive with total disregard for human life,” Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s office said in a statement.


“We know that this guilty verdict can never replace their lives but we hope it may provide some peace for the Iskander family as they continue a life-long journey of healing from this tragedy.”


Grossman was convicted on all counts: Two felony counts each of second-degree murder and gross vehicular manslaughter, and one felony count of hit-and-run driving resulting in death.


Grossman was convicted on all counts: Two felony counts each of second-degree murder and gross vehicular manslaughter, and one felony count of hit-and-run driving resulting in death.

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