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Old 11-03-2010, 11:28 AM
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Talking Good News today!!

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OMG I can't believe this case has not been investigated! This is so sad. Her poor children and family. I can't believe HE has custody of them! He is a killer! This case is so obvious. I am beyond angry.
Morning all...a step FORWARD for Sheila's case.
Garvin County officially has a NEW COUNTY SHERRIF; Larry Rhodes. He has committed to reopen AND actively investigate Sheila's case along with a few other suspicious deaths in Garvin County. Great news and great timing. Today would have been Sheila's 37th Birthday.
Happy Birthday Sheila

here's a link to a related story from several weeks ago...
http://www.news9.com/global/story.asp?s=13108121
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Old 11-03-2010, 11:44 AM
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New County Sherriff for Garvin County Oklahoma today. Sheriff-Elect Larry Rhodes has promised to reopen and actively investigate Sheila's case!!
I love the quote from the Eleventh Commandment website "thou shalt not get away with it!!..."
The audacity of locals perpetuating these types haneous acts on women, mothers...victimizing them and then they just go on with their lives as if they are somehow immune to the rules of law.
This case has gone unsolved too long. Time for JUSTICE FOR SHEILA!!!
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Old 11-03-2010, 01:48 PM
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Happy Birthday Sheila!!
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:39 PM
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http://herewomentalkradio.com/home/archives_shows/89

This is a show Susan Murphy Milano did with the mothers of Sheila Deviney and Chandra Turner. Very informative. These cases are making progress!!
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:59 AM
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Susan Murphy-Milano's radio show

Last week's radio show was very good. To echo Susan's words...'I hope these folks have lawyer'd up" and I also enjoyed "they should enjoy the holidays with their families" may not be word for word, but very good to hear that she is not fuzzy in her message directed at these criminals.
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:29 AM
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snipped from the Pauls Valley Daily Democrat Feb 2010
“We reviewed the Chandra Turner, Sheila Deviney and Garvin County Sheriff’s Office seizure of starving horses in Garvin County.

“While we have empathy for their loss, we decline to further investigate those cases.”

really???!!?! they heard the facts of Sheila's case and declined to further investigate?? What am I missing? I'll bet they were each glad it wasn't their daughter. No smoke in her lungs, ignitable fluid found on cloth and carpet near her body, reports of domestic abuse, scheduled court appearance for the follwing day in a bitter battle for child support, reports from friends and family that she feared for her life....naaah lets not pursue it. Did they hear THAT evidence??
Soooo confused about this..
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http://paulsvalleydailydemocrat.com/...to-reveal-more
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“We reviewed the Chandra Turner, Sheila Deviney and Garvin County Sheriff’s Office seizure of starving horses in Garvin County.

“While we have empathy for their loss, we decline to further investigate those cases.”

really???!!?! they heard the facts of Sheila's case and declined to further investigate?? What am I missing? I'll bet they were each glad it wasn't their daughter. No smoke in her lungs, ignitable fluid found on cloth and carpet near her body, reports of domestic abuse, scheduled court appearance for the follwing day in a bitter battle for child support, reports from friends and family that she feared for her life....naaah lets not pursue it. Did they hear THAT evidence??
Soooo confused about this..
here's the link:
http://paulsvalleydailydemocrat.com/...to-reveal-more
very confusing. every time i read one of these unsolved cases from oklahoma i get angry. i was raised in okla and lived there most of my life. something happened to me many years ago that left me very untrustful of law enforcement there. i was driving my sisters car and i got stopped for speeding. it was a bad tag so he had me get out and looked around in the car. he found an empty cig box with a tiny piece of a pot joint inside. he told me that he was going to arrest me. i figured i would call my sister down to explain it all and it would be fine. then he started telling me how we could "negotiate" and maybe he would not have to arrest me. i took a huge chance, but he was really young and stupid so i got away with it. i just jumped in my car and drove to the police station and he followed me. after i told what happened to the officer on duty at the station, he told me to just go on home and dont worry about it, i wasnt charged with anything, not even the speeding which i admitted to. it is not safe in oklahoma right now. the lack of effective law enforcement and the escalating drug epidemic makes it a very scary place.
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Old 11-28-2010, 12:41 AM
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This case is quite intriguing

If someone knows an answer on the following questions, It would be greatly appreciated:
-Was Sheila's family doing bad financially?
-Was the fire started internally or externally?
-Was their any traces of her being tied up or any of the sort?
-Was their any traces of accelerants upon the face?

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This case is quite intriguing

If someone knows an answer on the following questions, It would be greatly appreciated:
-Was Sheila's family doing bad financially?
-Was the fire started internally or externally?
-Was their any traces of her being tied up or any of the sort?
-Was their any traces of accelerants upon the face?

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Sheila was a single mother of two children. She had $12.00 in her checking account at the time of her death. Yes, she was struggling financially.

Fire was internal. With more than one point of origin

I have not heard or read anything about her being tied up but something made her not able to run from the fire. Nothing ever explained about that.

The following is a quote from Sheila's page.

third was started on Sheila by way of flammable fluids splashed around her and clothing packed tight against her to make her a human torch. She was alive when the flames engulfed her.

In case you haven't seen this yet I have linked her story here.
http://www.sheiladeviney.org/Story.html
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Old 11-29-2010, 01:52 AM
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I have been following this and the other Oklahoma Cases since the beginning, but haven't posted on this thread before.

Just wanted to say, having grown up in Southeastern Oklahoma (Madill); this case really hits home for me and I am constant in my prayers for Sheila's family, friends and loved ones and have NO doubt that they, along with WSers will not stop until justice is served.

Since first going to Sheila's website and looking at the photos of her, I've been trying to figure out where I "know" of her from...in fact, over the Thanksgiving holiday, I showed her site to my sisters and parents and even asked them, if she looked familiar to them, thinking maybe it was from high school days or even my MSC days; But, I don't think that's it, considering our age difference.

It still hasn't come to me yet, although I did recognize one of her friends in a picture with her and (same friend) with Sheila's mother in a newspaper article; who I went to HS with, but haven't seen in years.

Anyway, just wanted to post in this thread to show my support and offer my prayers and condolences as we await justice for Sheila!
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Old 11-29-2010, 10:45 PM
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Sheila was a single mother of two children. She had $12.00 in her checking account at the time of her death. Yes, she was struggling financially.

Fire was internal. With more than one point of origin

I have not heard or read anything about her being tied up but something made her not able to run from the fire. Nothing ever explained about that.

The following is a quote from Sheila's page.

third was started on Sheila by way of flammable fluids splashed around her and clothing packed tight against her to make her a human torch. She was alive when the flames engulfed her.

In case you haven't seen this yet I have linked her story here.
http://www.sheiladeviney.org/Story.html
Hullo! very suggestive indeed.

As for the third one, you don't suppose that the killer and sheila stayed in there until the place have burned down? -More likely not, don't you agree? (and seeing that there was more than one point of origin and considering the fact that it was a mobile home it must have burned quickly.)

My next questions are:
-Was there any adjacent houses around the area of incident?
-What is the kind of ground around sheila's house? (mud? pave?)

Your answers indeed helped shed some light.

EDIT: edited "less" to "more" - You must excuse me for such trifles as I was really about to say "Highly unlikely" but made a typo (less likely) because I got all jumbled up in the midst of thinking about your answers and typing my reply.

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Old 11-29-2010, 11:16 PM
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Hullo! very suggestive indeed.

As for the third one, you don't suppose that the killer and sheila stayed in there until the place have burned down? -Less likely not, don't you agree? (and seeing that there was more than one point of origin and considering the fact that it was a mobile home it must have burned quickly.)

My next questions are:
-Was there any adjacent houses around the area of incident?
-What is the kind of ground around sheila's house? (mud? pave?)

Your answers indeed helped shed some light.
Yes..her trailer was on and adjacent to her parents home...as far as the ground??? I know they must have lived very near the river...as it was reported that her ex and friends pushed what was left of the burnt trailer into the river with out asking or getting permission to do so. The ex had a restrainging order...
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Yes..her trailer was on and adjacent to her parents home...as far as the ground??? I know they must have lived very near the river...as it was reported that her ex and friends pushed what was left of the burnt trailer into the river with out asking or getting permission to do so. The ex had a restrainging order...
-Was the parents' house the only house adjacent to the area?
-Was the parents home at the time of incident?

What we can safely deduce for now is the killer whoever that may be as much as possible doesn't want the kids to be involve in this unfortunate event.

EDIT: Are you really certain that they lived near a river? cause we cant just assume facts, we need precise facts cause conclusions would be faulty without it.

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I am curious also about 'HOW' Sheila was subdued. According to the reports; which conclude Arson & Homicide - and Sheila's website - Sheila must have been knocked unconscious or something of this nature. She was alive when the fire engulfed her. She was not found in a position suggesting she was trying to escape from her burning home. She was on her back in the 'Jesus position' or posed. Accelerants were on her body and the fabric packed around her.

Sheila's mother stated during one of her radio interviews that she was told there was NO SMOKE in Sheila's lungs shortly after the fire. This screams homicide - you have to be breathing to inhale smoke. But - there seems to be evidence that she was in fact alive...just somehow subdued.

I'm very curious to hear anyone else's thoughts on this issue.

Justice for Sheila!
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