Judge Grants Zabumba Rights to Monica’s Sisters

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The sisters of murdered Zabumba owner Monica Beresford-Redman have been given temporary authority by a L.A. Superior Court judge to keep the restaurant open and operating for the next 90 days. However, the Daily Breeze reports the same judge is declining to admit the slain woman’s will to probate until “satisfied enough people witnessed her execute it.” Good news for the Brazilian staple and its dedicated fans in a day of mixed news that found Bruce Beresford-Redman back in Los Angeles against the advice of Mexican authorities while an investigation is still in action.

Sisters of slain RPV woman get court OK to run her Palms restaurant [Daily Breeze]