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Jason Wickenhagen - Washington

Kenneth Bianchi referred a fellow inmate at Washington State Penitentiary to me in early March, Mr. Jason Wickenhagen.

His letter starts out fairly forlorn and basically stays that way save for a few dull flashes of hope when he mentions what Mr. Bianchi has given him in regards to my services.

 “In all honesty I don’t know why I’m writing. This kind of thing never works for me but I figured what the hell. I’ll give it one more try and after reading some of your letters my hopes got higher.” 
The next part of his letter, I suppose is in reference to Mr. Bianchi’s infamous stardom and his own lack thereof.

“I’m not anybody special. I can understand why people don’t write. After the things I've done in life I certainly don’t deserve it. This isn’t self-pity. I just what I did was wrong and unforgivable. I am doing life without parole for the murder of a child.”
 Rachel Johanna Carver was Jason’s niece. His wife and Rachael’s mother were sisters. Sadly, Rachel had been placed in Ren…

Christina Tompkins Marcum - Kentucky

Ms. Marcum is accused in the murder and dismemberment of her boyfriends wife. This case is chillingly similar to Amanda Hayes in North Carolina. While Amanda and her husband were in cahoots in their murder, Christina claims abuse, torture and coercion in her case.

Jury selection began Monday for the trial of the 2011 indictment stating Christina and Jason Singleton killed his wife, Angela Singleton, and destroyed her body afterward. Jason received a 30 year sentence for the murder in 2013. Christina is also charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution.

Christina says she is innocent. Her co-defense counsel has stated that there will be no plea deal, stating "We're not pleading guilty. She didn't do anything. ...You don't plead guilty when you didn't do anything."
Her defense states that she suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of the tremendous abuse she suffered at the hands of Jason.

The prosecution says they will negat…

Veronica Gonzalez - California

Veronica  and her husband, Ivan, are both in jail and awaiting death for the murder of her niece, Genny. Veronica and Ivan were granted custody of Genny while her mother went into a drug treatment center and her father spent time in jail for child molestation.

The Gonzales's already had six children of their own but took in Genny,
seemingly to abuse. Jurors and policemen and others involved in the case tell tales of the most horrific child abuse they have ever seen. Genny was beaten, abused and starved before being boiled alive at the hands of Aunt Veronica and Uncle Ivan.

Veronica's death sentence was handed down in 1998. She is still sitting on death row and she maintains that her husband was abusive beyond imagining and forced her to comply.

Eileen Huber - California

Eileen Huber could have gotten the death penalty but she got lucky. She, her BF, John Lewis and his sister, Robin Machuca along with Robin's BF Vincent Hubbard went on a killing spree in 1991 for no reason other than for the hell of it.

The news reports say they loaded up in a couple of cars one day and set out killing folks. They shot a fella right at an intersection while he was driving along. Another guy they hijacked at an ATM. They did the same to another lady. They layed in wait, eating chinese food in their car for another unfortunate lady.
They robbed them all and shot them. Some they kidnapped and forced to withdraw money from their accounts. Others were robbed of what they had on them and killed on the spot. 
I'm sending Eileen a letter this week. By all accounts she was an active and willing participant. I would really like to know what was going through her head when she committed these crimes. Below is the Wicked Attraction episode about Eileen and the deadly kill…

Kimberly Cargill

Pam Moss _ Georgia

Drew Peterson - Chicago

Pamela Phillips - Arizona

Life is drastically different for Pamela Phillips these days. She was a wealthy socialite in the Tucson area when she was arrested and charged with the 1996 car bombing murder of her ex husband. I'll just go ahead and say it. These types of cases sound like a load of baloney to me.

The prosecution says she hired an ex-boyfriend to kill her husband.The problem is, they only have a possible motive. No evidence. Just the fact that she had a $2 million insurance policy on him.

They had been married for a while and made a nice living selling Indian bingo halls and slot machines and various and sundry other gambling mechanisms before Congress legally allowed them to open casinos. The real estate market took a downturn and their finances began to dwindle.

Gary Triano, Pamela's husband, was a man on the edge. Hemorrhaging money from every orifice he turned to gambling. He associated and did business with known mafia men. He borrowed money from people you never want to borrow money f…