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Melinda Lynn Muniz - Texas

Another woman from Texas has lost her shit.
Melinda Lynn Muniz had a fight with her boyfriend before he left for work on Wednesday of last week. He ended the relationship and left her with his two year old daughter. According to police and convenience store video footage, Melinda took the girl, Grace Ford, to a store and purchased zip ties, duct tape and scissors.
After arriving home she suffocated the little girl to death and staged a rape scene. She called her boyfriend and when he and the police arrived they found Melinda bound with duct tape on her mouth and her panties around her ankles. Grace was in her bed bound with duct tape on her mouth. Her lips were blue but she was still warm. Grace later died at the hospital three days later.
Immediately the police knew something was hinky. Melinda’s rape story didn't add up. They waited several days, without leaking any details to the media, before arresting her. 

Grace’s mother and father, Mitch and Emily Ward, were in a bitter cu…

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Suzanne Basso Execution Looming - Texas

Suzanne Basso, the Harris County Texas woman who stomped to death a mentally ill man who was in love with her for his insurance money was found competent to be executed in January of 2014. Her execution is set for February 5, 2014.

Judge Mary Lou Keel of the 232nd State District Court formally announced her decision Wednesday, although she had indicated at the Dec. 13 competency hearing that she likely would rule in favor of prosecutors. The finding indicates that Basso knows that she is to be executed and understands the reason for the sentence.
Basso, 59, is to be put to death on Feb. 5. for the 1998 murder of Louis "Buddy" Musso, also 59. She would be the fifth woman executed in Texas since the state resumed executions in 1982.
Basso's attorney, Winston Cochran, could not be immediately reached for comment. He has said, however, that he will appeal a ruling adverse to his client.

In Basso's trial, testimony indicated she had lured Musso to Texas with the promise o…