Who killed Ronald Baker? Horrifying murder case of UCLA student

Who killed Ronald Baker Horrifying murder case of UCLA student
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Ronald Baker was a young student at UCLA who became the victim of a brutal murder committed by his own roommates.

There were multiple complications involved in his case, including a whole cult-like narrative as to why he was killed.

THE body of 21-year-old Ronald Baker was discovered in June 1990 following the summer solstice.

His death was ruled a homicide and upon investigation, it was discovered that those closest to him were responsible for taking his life.

Who was Ronald Baker?

Ronald Baker was a 21-year-old college student at the University of California, Los Angeles.

He was studying astrophysics when he went missing in 1990.

Baker seemingly vanished on June 21, 1990, which was the same day as the summer solstice.

Who killed Ronald Baker?

Duncan Martinez and Nathan Blalock
Duncan Martinez (L) and Nathaniel Blalock (R) were Ronald Baker’s roommates. (Source: thesun.com)

Ronald Baker was brutally murdered while studying astrophysics at UCLA in the early 1990s.

At the time, he was living in the Los Angeles area with Duncan Martinez and Nathan Blalock.

Baker and Martinez had been friends since their freshman year and they later befriended Blalock, a former football star and Army veteran from Detroit, Michigan, according to Oxygen.

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