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Darlie

This is a video I did back in 2015 when Kimberly Cargill was relating messages to me about how Darlie was running things in prison. Kim was so scared of her that she wanted me to try to write from a different address so she wouldn't know it was me. I was sending her things and not Darlie and Darlie was getting upset about it. She likes to know what everyone in the pod is doing. Everyone. Everything.


Eventually, she started to send me messages about what I could say and couldn't say about her case. It kind of shocked me that she'd be so bold and pretentious from death row. I had even corresponded with Darlie one-on-one for years before that. Kim's level of fright also surprised me. This lady was genuinely scared of Darlie and what she called "her crew".


For the record, I do believe Darlie could be innocent. I see a lot of unexplained inconsistencies in her case. But the whole evil prison matron thing she has going on really makes me wonder.

2018 Updates for Brenda Andrew OK Killer

Well, well, well. Brenda is in the news again. The ID Chanel is running another special on the case along with the newest news. Both she and James Pavatt are awaiting news on their appeals that could mean a reversal of their death sentences. Read all about it here. Here is Brenda's most recent mug shot from 2017. She looks pretty happy. Got a real Karla Faye Tucker glow to her.



Will TN Teen Murderess, Cyntoia Brown, Ever Go Free?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A federal appeals court has asked the Tennessee Supreme Court to clarify whether a woman serving a life sentence for killing a man when she was 16 can ever gain parole. The Tennessean reported the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals asked the Tennessee high court Wednesday to weigh in before it issues a ruling in the case of Cyntoia Brown, who argues her life sentence was unconstitutional. An appeals panel heard arguments in June in the case. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against mandatory life-without-parole sentences for juveniles, but Tennessee has argued successfully in lower courts that Brown will have a chance for parole. The appeals court said Tennessee's laws on parole appear to conflict and asked the state court to clarify the issue. One portion of Tennessee law that says there is "no release eligibility" for anyone serving a life sentence for first-degree murder. Another section says people convicted of first-degree murder must serve 60 per…

Molly Jane Roe TN Woman Rapes and Kills 1 yr old

I have written about Molly before. She is from Bell, Tennessee. She plead guilty to the murder of her boyfriend's 17 month old daughter.

While this case had plenty of coverage, I have yet to find one that goes into any detail. I would like to know why she did this and the circumstances leading to the crime. What in the world could make someone do this?

I don't understand the rape of a toddler. Why? Autopsy reports showed bruising and damage to the vaginal area and hips. She had bite marks on her back.

Maleeya Marie Murley died of brain injuries. She had been thrown into a wall and then a table hard enough to deliver fatal brain damage as well as injury to some internal organs.

Molly plead guilty and will be eligible for release after 25 years. She has never spoken about her crime and doesn't answer my letters informing her of the blog.




Cold Case: Brenda Banaski Missing Teen

This video is about a relative of mine, Brenda Kaye Banaski, who went missing and was found murdered in 1973. No one was ever caught. Brenda's mother passed just a few years ago.

Murder Giveaway

Got this email from our contest winner. So glad she's happy with her prize.


Thank you for my winnings.  I attached a pic of some of my cherished goods.


I was most excited to haveca piece of correspondence from DARLIE ROUTIER.  I really believe her and to this day she shouldnt be sitting on DEATH ROW.  She has lost everything due to the Texas Detectives tunnel vision.  I hope that justice is done to free Darlie....


Thanks a million Kelly ....u rock

Kelly of The Woman Condemned

I have been doing this so long, I thought everyone knew what I look like. Lately, however, Ive had a few random emails and blog comments asking what I currently look like. Since as one reader pointed out:  "Every single picture of you is different. Do you change your look every year?"  No. I do not. Just when I get bored. 

Women VS Justice System Top 5 Facts

The Top 5 Facts About Women in Our Criminal Justice System
Many Face Difficulties During and After Incarceration
By Julie Ajinkya


Women are now incarcerated at nearly double the rate of men in this country.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day and pay tribute to the amazing feats that women have accomplished globally, we should also take note of the work that remains to be done in making sure that women do not suffer disproportionately due to their gender.
For instance, women are now incarcerated at nearly double the rate of men in this country, yet they receive little attention in criminal justice reform measures. This population has gender-specific needs that differ from men in prison, primarily owing to the fact that they are often the primary caregivers of their children before incarceration and are disproportionately victimized by emotional, physical, and sexual abuse in their past. Instead of investing in counseling treatment for such traumatic pasts and rehabilitative treatme…

Morgan Smith Florida Sex Slave

Jpay From Morgan Smith If anyone would like to help Morgan get a few books, please use the Paypal Donate link at the bottom of this page. She also needs some stamps and commissary. Even $1 helps.



Ezra McCandless Wisconsin Killer

Ezra McCandless Stabs Bf 16 Times Pleads Not Guilt Every few months or so I run up on a case that gets a lot of local attention. I've noticed that when a case becomes infamous in a particular area as opposed to nationwide, the community can get really nasty. They want to point fingers, assign blame, and make wild allegations against everyone from suspects, to family members to cops. I suppose people don't act like that on more widely recognized cases because they are afraid someone outside their little bubble will witness their behavior. When I write about a case like that the locals come out of the woodwork and I start to get emails, DMs and comments from a variety of people who claim to know the family, area, in-laws, Sunday school teacher etc. Recently this has happened with the Brina Nie case in Kentucky. More than 10 people contacted me from that area to give me their 411. Its interesting to get these first-hand neighbor accounts that often have insight you cant get else…