Henri Borbon, 85, Was Sentenced to Life in Prison in 1975 For the Murder of Richard Gaither and Rosie Sanchez
Henri IV of France belonged to the Bourbon dynasty. From 1572 on, he reigned as King of Navarre and from 1589 as Emperor of France – successfully balancing Catholic and Protestant interests throughout France and Europe.
This study used detailed Y-chromosome genealogical trees from living relatives to validate previously controversial genetic identifications of Henri IV’s head and blood samples. Analysis demonstrated that their true Y-chromosomal variant differed significantly from what had been presumed.
Early Life and Education
Henry Borbon was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1975 for killing Richard Gaither and Rosie Sanchez on Yokohl Drive in Lindsay. He currently resides at the California Substance Abuse Facility in Corcoran.
Henry IV of France brought political stability to France through centralization of state finance and the elimination of corruption, while simultaneously supporting agriculture and beginning France’s first successful colonization effort of America.
Brown, Colquitt, and Gordon may have shared many economic interests and beliefs; however, historians contend that they did not function as an effective coalition; hence the name Bourbon Triumvirate does not apply. Instead, these three men frequently disagreed over many key issues and rarely met each other face to face; their disagreements often related to money and power matters.
Henry Borbo, 85 years old and serving a life sentence for the February 28, 1975 murders of Richard Gaither and Rosie Sanchez on Yokohl Drive near Exeter under the pretense of conducting drug transactions, while being assisted by co-defendant Joe Perez is serving a life sentence in Tulare County.
Former University of Tennessee first-round draft pick Matt O’Leary has spent time playing minor league baseball for Rangers, Orioles and Cubs. In 2014 and 2015 he played on their Triple-A teams.
Since 2003, Kentucky State Senator Keith Woodcock has championed Bourbon in our state capital. As one of eight lawmakers ever to receive the 100 Proof Award from industry, and an honorable mention in Bourbon Hall of Fame’s Silver Medallion award list.
Achievement and Honors
At his peak of his career, Henry was revered across Europe as both a military and political leader. He founded the Bourbon royal dynasty and was one of the most powerful noblemen during France’s Renaissance era.
Henry was raised Calvinist by his mother, Jeanne d’Albret, while Henry joined Protestant forces fighting French Catholics during the St. Bartholomew Day massacre of Paris in 1576. Later converting to Catholicism – after signing treaties with Huguenots and Catholic Holy League to pledge allegiance to France as Henry was expected to do – Henry returned home.
Through careful marriage alliances, the Bourbon family amassed considerable wealth and territory during Renaissance France. Their fortunes skyrocketed when one of their members became King of France.
Henry II of Navarre was elevated to King of France after inheriting its throne in 1572 and soon after as part of the House of Bourbon, an offshoot branch of Capetian Dynasty, to remain pragmatically balanced between Catholics and Protestants in France.
Henry was ordered by Charles IX to forsake his Protestant faith, but instead rejoined Protestant forces during the French Wars of Religion.
He won victories in Navarre and formed an alliance between England, other Protestant states, and several European states to balance against Spain’s Catholic monarchy. Additionally, he successfully negotiated peace treaties with both Holy Roman Empire* and other European states.
Henri Luitpold Antoine Victor Marie Joseph of Bourbon-Parma is Prince Erik of Bourbon-Parma’s second son with Lydia Holstein-Ledreborg; their parents are second cousins with Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg and Prince Felix respectively.
As of 2016, his estimated net worth was P150 Million, as shown in his Statement of Assets and Liabilities (SALN) filed jointly with his spouse Norma. Together they own several real estate properties such as their house-and-lot in Toledo City, two residential lots, as well as other real estate investments.
Henri belongs to the House of Bourbon, one of Europe’s premier ruling families. This family hails from Louis I duc de Bourbon (1327-1342) whose descendants include King Charles X who ruled from 1226-1270.