Category Archives: Trials

Dystiny Myers

Dystiny Myers 8/18/95 – 9/26/10 The first local case to capture my attention in California was the murder of 15 year old Dystiny Myers.  I do not wish to share the grisly details of her death or waste my breath … Continue reading

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• March Blog Challenge • Day 11: Last book you read For those of you unfamiliar with Damien Echols and the ‘West Memphis Three’ here is some background. Let it be known that I have researched this case extensively. It … Continue reading

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Major developments with the West Memphis 3

Megan Childers set the wheels in motion when she shared this headline with me:   Judge sets unexpected hearing in Jonesboro for West Memphis 3.  Shortly thereafter Brittany Cole posted this development from WREG in Memphis:  West Memphis 3: Two, … Continue reading

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Getting away with murder?

Universally speaking, most people agree that each of these defendants are guilty of murder– and they got away with it.  While O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife and her friend were killed [in my opinion] in a coldblooded and premeditated crime, I believe … Continue reading

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What a day

Between this being the anniversary of the absolute worst day of my life and finding out that Casey Anthony will be released from jail in a few days…..I am just beside myself.  There have been enough tears shed today though … Continue reading

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This verdict is like a bad dream

Sean Krause, I miss you so. Your videos bring a smile to my face and a fighting spirit to my soul. Please go haunt Casey Anthony now. I know there have been quite a few people– regardless of their opinions … Continue reading

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Not guilty

Casey Anthony: NOT GUILTY. Sickened, disgusted, frustrated, saddened, angered, betrayed…..all of these are adequate descriptions of my response to the verdict. One thing I am not, however, is shocked. From the very beginning I had a sinking feeling that the … Continue reading

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