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Antoinette Frank

I received a letter from Antoinette Frank yesterday and was quite surprised. I haven't heard from her in many years. Her letter was the same crazy jailhouse elegance that so many inmates become proficient in. She told me she was out of stamps. Although, she didn't quite say she was out of stamps.
What she said was:
 Before I close, I need to let you know that I am low on resources such as postage stamps and envelopes, etc. So if it is acceptable with you, could you please help me to be able to purchase some of the items that I utilize?


Shes had a few books published, apparently, since our last talk. She does not exactly say so plainly though. Instead of, I got some books published, she says:
I did get my literature published. I thought that I had already relayed to you how you could acquire my published materials.


She really reminds me of the character from In Living Color in the 1990's, Oswald Bates.

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  1. This girl had some really bad demons that was riding her!!! How could she have done all of that?

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  2. Anonymous5:50 PM

    You are not safe anywhere if you can't trust the police who could you trust this girl is insane and please criminals stop blaming your screwed up childhood and accept your adulthood.

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  3. After having read "A killer with a Badge," about this horrifying case, I too wrote to Frank. She sent me several letters, all of which were incredibly over the top in their sweetness; you know, the usual bullshit like "I have always believed that kindness is more important than anything else," blah blah blah. Of course, she wouldn't discuss her case, due to "ongoing appeals," but she did say that "you wouldn't believe the injustices I've had to put up with." Frankly, her letters show a total detachment from reality, from emotion and from everything else. She sent a picture of herself in her cell, which was nothing but a room with a metal slab for a bed (she said "sorry it isn't decorated better"). The woman is obviously a sociopath, and I can't believe she hasn't been executed given the overwhelming guilt.

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  4. After having read "A killer with a Badge," about this horrifying case, I too wrote to Frank. She sent me several letters, all of which were incredibly over the top in their sweetness; you know, the usual bullshit like "I have always believed that kindness is more important than anything else," blah blah blah. Of course, she wouldn't discuss her case, due to "ongoing appeals," but she did say that "you wouldn't believe the injustices I've had to put up with." Frankly, her letters show a total detachment from reality, from emotion and from everything else. She sent a picture of herself in her cell, which was nothing but a room with a metal slab for a bed (she said "sorry it isn't decorated better"). The woman is obviously a sociopath, and I can't believe she hasn't been executed given the overwhelming guilt.

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  5. I dont know how to feel about this nut case, she obviously has no soul. To kill the way she did for the sake of money is just heartless and deserves exactly what she will get.......DEATH

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  6. I watched that episode on television and i just can't believe she was accepted in the police force in the first place after the doctor review or her personality and what a crazy person she is.She is evil and i don't understand why any one would waste their time or money to correspond with these people.They should be left in total confinement with no kind of outlet.They should be miserable for the rest of their days on death row.The family of their victims will be forever sad because their love ones was taken by cruel act of another evil person.So i say why help these people to have any kind of normal life on death row.Any way why is she still around living and breathing?..She killed those people and i don't think she has any remorse over anything.she is a she devil and hell awaits her.

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  7. God has the last say so I feel the death penalty is playing god one of the ten commandments is thy shall not kill so those who indulge in taking anyones life will be punished accordingly. We all were born to die. And death no matter how it comes to a person is a sad time but our way of leaving this earth is already written. I just feel that she should be sentenced to life without parole because either way shes going to die we all are one day.

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    1. Her story is horrifying indeed. Can you imagine trusting a cop to protect you and they turn around and murder your family right in front of you?

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  8. Wow I'm shocked she's still living. And why will she think somebody will help support her buy purchasing her book. Hell I pay enough for cable and just saw her story. Go away already stop spitting in the face of your victims family.... You need to be my wife all thes 40 and 20 i be giving you

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