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  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesleegp
    Do boyfriends who've murdered their girlfriends fall under this category?

    My husband's first cousin was murdered by her boyfriend in April of 1999. Her name is Sheri Campbell.....his name is Adrian something. Happened in Johnson City, TN.
    I think B/F are included because this thread is about men who murdered the one they are supposed to love and take care of.


  2. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesleegp
    Do boyfriends who've murdered their girlfriends fall under this category?

    My husband's first cousin was murdered by her boyfriend in April of 1999. Her name is Sheri Campbell.....his name is Adrian something. Happened in Johnson City, TN.
    I would say it includes husbands, ex-husbands, boyfriends and ex-boyfriends.

    ETA: I found this: http://womensissues.about.com/od/dom...a/dvstats2.htm

    One-third of all female homicide victims are killed by husbands, ex-husbands, boyfriends or ex-boyfriends.

    More than twice as many women are killed by their husbands or boyfriend as are murdered by strangers.


    Am I missing something, or do these two statements in this article contradict each other? Either the ratio is 1/3 or it is 1/2, but it can't be both.


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    John Trevino kills wife Carol Trevino and self in front of 9 year old son
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...098#post978098
    Rest in Peace to my best buddy and baby, Buster ~ He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Jan. 3, 2011. I miss you, Buster and love you with all my being.


  4. #94
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    not Jeff Anderson, Jerry Anderson

    Jerry Anderson is the one who has been arrested in Granite Falls, NC (or Sawmills) for shooting his wife (Emily Anderson) and stuffing her in the toolbox of her truck. He then dumped the truck in South Carolina where it sat for over a week. Today the files were opened. There was 4.5 million dollars worth of insurance on her


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    Dr. William Sybers, Florida

    I don't know if this is the doctor that Gozgals is thinking about. This case was back and forth in the news for years. Kay Sybers died in 1991 in Panama City, Fl. where her husband was the medical examiner, and was involved with another woman; he married her soon after Kay's death. It was never definitively determined what he injected Kay with. It took years to get him charged. He only spent 3 years in prison after his first conviction in 2001. When that was overturned he and the new wife moved to Canada. A new trial was getting ready to start when he pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2003.

    http://www.crimelibrary.com/notoriou...ers/index.html

    "Some fervently believe that Bill Sybers, now 70 and suffering from a variety of illnesses, a man who had battled lung and bladder cancer as well as diabetes and heart problems, is a cold-blooded killer. Perhaps even his youngest son was one of them. He killed himself in 1993, and according to police, he did it after telling a girlfriend that he could not stand to live with the thought that his father might be a killer.

    But there are others, among them Kay Sybers' own family in Iowa and her two surviving children, who believe that he is an innocent man who has been hounded and jailed and harassed and humiliated by a judicial system in Florida.

    In the years since Kay Sybers' death, Bill Sybers has been tried and convicted for her murder, though a jury decided not to recommend the death penalty, sparing his life and sparing him the irony of dying from the same lethal cocktail of drugs that prosecutors insisted he used on his wife.

    In early 2003, in a decision that thrust the case again into the headlines, Sybers' conviction was set aside by an appeals court, which ruled, among other things, that the science prosecutors used to convict him was perhaps flawed and was certainly unproven.

    A few months ago, the ailing doctor pleaded guilty, not to murder, but to manslaughter in connection with her death.

    But even that plea has not ended the controversy or the mystery. Through his attorney, the noted criminal lawyer Nathaniel Dershowitz, Sybers maintains that he had nothing to do with his wife's death, and that he pleaded guilty only to end what he sees as years of persecution by an overzealous prosecutor."
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    "Sybers agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter. He was fined more than $500,000 and sentenced to ten years. Although he had spent less than three years behind bars on his original conviction, he was released."


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    Kemp Horton, 46, was sentenced in January to five life terms for killing his wife, 3-year old stepson, mother-in-law and two other family members in December 2002 in a county island in east Mesa.
    Rest in Peace to my best buddy and baby, Buster ~ He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Jan. 3, 2011. I miss you, Buster and love you with all my being.


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    Edward Gingerich, supposedly the only Amish guy ever convicted of homicide. A book was written about the case: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/042...Fencoding=UTF8

    The first reviewer claims to be a friend of Ed's.


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    John Lee in 1885, slit his wifes throat, one that never hung.


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    Ewww, in 1869 some creepy husband by the name of Jean-Baptiste-Troppman found out his wife was having an affair and cut her head off and all of their five childrens, found them all on sticks! Why kill the kids cause of her, like it's THEIR fault? It's soo sad


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~wildangel~
    Ewww, in 1869 some creepy husband by the name of Jean-Baptiste-Troppman found out his wife was having an affair and cut her head off and all of their five childrens, found them all on sticks! Why kill the kids cause of her, like it's THEIR fault? It's soo sad
    They were a part of her. My guess is he killed the kids first and then her. He wanted the ultimate revenge for her affair.

    Yes, it's very sad.


  11. #101
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    omg, yep, he was soo sick, i've heard of ppl doin this stuff before! Like people getting revenge by killing ENTIRE families, grandparents, parents AND wife and kids and even dogs and cats. Soooooooooo sad


  12. #102
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    Gerald Watkins

    killed his girlfriend in PA July 20, 1994 - Beth Ann Anderson.

    Also- killed her 18 month old baby Melanie, and Charles Kelly by multiple

    gunshot wounds.

    Date of his execution was 3-29-05. I do not know if he got a stay on his execution!

    Such a sick person..

    From: http://www.prodeathpenalty.com/Pending/05/mar05.htm


  13. #103
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    Richard McFarland, killed his wife Susan McFarland in November 2002 because she was planning to divorce him. He made up an elaborate story to cover his tracks, but the police knew he was an oddball from the start. This all happened in San Antonio, Texas. He pled guilty and was sentenced to 40 years. Now he's trying to prevent efforts to sever his parental rights to their 3 pre-teenage children (who I believe have been in foster care since their father's arrest). So sad.


    More at link:

    http://www.sanantoniolightning.com/mcpreface.html


  14. #104
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    Perry March

    There also was a couple in California a few years ago where he took his wife out on a boat and she disappeared and never was found. She was an expert swimmer.


  15. #105
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    fun, this was the Eric & Pegye Bechler case that was already mentioned. What a creep!


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