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Texas Woman Sentenced to Death for Killing Pregnant Friend and Stealing Unborn Baby

  Welcome to Woman Condemned, where we learn about the lives and crimes of the women on death row , and serving life. Today, we'll take a look at Taylor Parker. Leave your thoughts below. TEXARKANA, Texas (AP) — Taylor Parker, a 29-year-old Texas woman, was sentenced to death Wednesday for the gruesome 2020 murder of her friend Reagan Simmons-Hancock and her unborn daughter, Braxlynn Sage Hancock. The sentencing comes after a Bowie County jury deliberated for just over an hour, concluding Parker’s trial which had captivated the region with its shocking details and subsequent jailhouse drama. The same jury convicted Parker convicted Parker of capital murder on October 3 for the slaying of 21-year-old Simmons-Hancock. Parker, driven by a desperate attempt to maintain her relationship with her boyfriend, had gone to extreme lengths to fake a pregnancy, including staging ultrasounds and even hosting a gender-reveal party. The plan culminated in the violent act of cutting Simmons-Hanco

Heavenly Faith Charged with Murder After Alleged Shooting in Failed Bestie Suicide Pact

  Heavenly Faith Garfield, 21, of Utah, finds herself at the center of a harrowing incident that has left one person dead and raised serious questions about mental health and the consequences of desperate actions. Garfield has been charged with murder after allegedly shooting a friend, a 21-year-old victim whose identity remains undisclosed, as part of what authorities describe as an incomplete suicide pact. The tragic event unfolded on Tuesday afternoon when Garfield's father dialed 911 to report a shooting. He recounted that his daughter had shot the victim earlier that day at 10:45 a.m. as part of an agreement the two had made weeks before to end their lives together. According to details revealed in an affidavit of probable cause obtained by KUTV, Garfield had expressed her intention to commit suicide but ultimately confessed to being too frightened to go through with it. This confession was reportedly made via text message to a friend. Will Heavenly Faith spend the rest of he

The Most Beautiful Girls to Ever Kill Their Own Mother

As human beings, we have trouble fathoming the idea of a young girl committing so atrocious a crime as murder. Much less, the murder of her own mother. The concept becomes even more inconceivable when it pertains to a beautiful young woman beautiful young woman with a loving family and the world at her fingertips. These girls aren't all women in prison now. Some have been released and disappeared into the mainstream. Scary, huh?  Nakisha Waddell     At age 14, Nakisha Waddell stabbed her mother, Vaughne Thomas, 43 times in their Virginia home. In court, she said she was tired of the years of fighting and just exploded. Her 15-year-old friend, Annie Belcher, helped her dig a grave in the backyard. The pair poured alcohol and nail polish remover on the dead woman and tried to ignite her to no avail.  They eventually mixed a crude concrete mixture and poured it on top of her and finished by covering her with sticks, leaves, and yard debris. She gives no reason or excuse o

Tomeshia Odom Mississippi Murderess

Little, Hernando, Mississippi hadn’t had a murder in 18 years until 2015 when Tomeshia Odom, 19 stabbed her cousin, Jasmine Smith, 21.  Pregnant Tomeshia stabbed her cousin Jasmine over her baby daddy, also Jasmine's ex. The two girls lived parallel lives, living in the same apartment complex, both working at Wendy’s and dating the same man more than once. It started on Facebook with Tomeshia accusing Jasmine of wanting her man. Jasmine denying it, saying she was dating yet another ex of her cousins, a fellow with the charming moniker “Junky Mane”. Tomeshia is still another one of the women in prison in Mississippi.  She avoided being a woman on death row , but her life is over all the same. Does anyone know what happened to the baby?

Lincoln Woman Accused of Killing Two Men with Car to Face Trial Next Month

Date: April 11, 2024 LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Taylor Bradley, a 28-year-old woman from Lincoln, Nebraska, will stand trial next month for the alleged homicide of two men. The case, which has drawn attention to the issue of women who kill , is set to begin on May 17 as a bench trial, with Lancaster County District Judge Ryan Post presiding. Bradley was arrested on March 27, 2023, after the Lincoln Police Department reported that she had run over two maintenance workers at an apartment complex near 40th Street and Nebraska Parkway. The victims, identified as Ronald Gonzales-Ribas and Christopher Karmazin, were pronounced dead at the scene. Police Chief Teresa Ewins stated that Bradley had "purposely" run over the men and had also attempted to run over a third man, Robert Sargent. The case was temporarily put on hold in April 2023 when a judge found Bradley "not mentally competent" to stand trial. However, on September 1, Lancaster County Judge Thomas Zimmerman ruled th

Kouri Richins: A Twisted Tale of Murder and Deception - Female murderer

UPDATE AT THE END: Kouri Richins, a Utah woman, stands accused of murdering her husband, Eric Richins, by spiking his drink with a lethal dose of fentanyl. The case has captured national attention, not only for the shocking nature of the alleged crime but also for the bizarre series of events that followed. If convicted, Richins could join the ranks of notorious female murderers on death row . According to court documents, Richins allegedly poisoned her husband on March 4, 2022, during a celebration at their home in Kamas, Utah. In a disturbing twist, after her husband's death, Richins wrote a children's book about grief, an act that now appears to be a calculated attempt to deflect suspicion. As investigators delved deeper into the case, a complex web of deceit and financial impropriety emerged. Richins had allegedly purchased multiple secret life insurance policies on her husband, totaling nearly $2 million, and had stolen significant sums of money from his accounts and busin