And she's only getting 10 years for this?
Lets see, you stalk and murder the girl your boyfriend raped, then claim you were framed by cops who gang-raped you? And she actually suckered a judge into believing any of this?
Just completely disturbing.
No offense, Ashara, but after reading these, I find myself reaching for a big bottle of brain bleach. More and more I worry over my niece who is just thirteen and her friends who all seem like adorable, sweet girls whose interests run to soccer, horses and Frozen. And I wonder: do we really know what's going on inside their heads?
Murders on the order of the Clutter and Richardson families cause me sleepless nights as well...when I am visiting my family, I tend to run around and check locks on doors before I can go to bed. (Of course, there are usually anywhere from three to nine dogs being fostered at any given time and I suspect we would know about anyone trying to break in before they had reached a window. Even so....)
One that disturbed me (but had a semi-happy ending) was the case of a young widow in (I think it was) Oklahoma. She had married her riding instructor who was twenty years her senior. They had a child shortly before her husband died of health issues. (I can't remember if it was something like pneumonia or a heart attack.)
Just after his funeral a very distant acquaintance began to harass her and ask her out. He had been hounding her before she got married as well. She kept rejecting him.
Sometime after her husband's funeral, this guy told his friends he was going to her house to rape and kill her. Apparently, fueled by alcohol, he convinced another of his buddies to go with him to complete the deed.
The young woman heard them coming and, without going into detail, defended herself and her son with the 911 operator on the phone to hear what happened. The buddy got away. The perpetrator didn't.
I'm sorry she had to kill him, but I can't say this man was exactly a great loss to society at large.