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16 YO Jennie Bunsom Killed her 7 YO Nephew Hid Him in Her room for a Day

In early August of 2018, in Montebello, Colorado, Jennie was at home with her nephew Jordan. She had a fight with her girlfriend on the phone and became agitated. Jordan came into the room and asked to play video games. Jennie refused and ordered him out of her room. He refused, climbing onto the bed with her. She pushed him off the bed where he hit his face and head on a piece of furniture and began to cry. Jennie's Statement Jennie pounced on Jordan, the day after her 16th birthday, and in an effort to subdue his wails she covered his mouth with one hand and pinched his nose closed with the other. She reports that he struggled for only a few seconds before stopping all movement. According to Jennie, she called her girlfriend who told her to hide the body. Reporters tracked down the girlfriend who denies this allegation. At any rate, Jenni wrapped Jordan in a sheet and shoved him in a portable closet in her bedroom. Jordan was reported missing. Police began an extensive

Top Ten Articles on Women and Mass Murder

Here are some great articles I found about female rampage and mass murder killers. Let me know what you think. which one is the best? A Brief History of Female Rampage Killers on Vice Eight Sensational Female Murderers on MentalFloss Mass Shooting Statistics Since 1982 by Gender on Statistica Female Murderers are Unpredictable on Bustle Famous Female Serial Killers on Ranker Case Study of a Female Mass Murderer (PDF) from the Journal of Forensic Science Women Don't do Mass SHootings. Its Mostly Young White Men from Above the Law How often are US mass shootings carried out by female attackers? on The Guardian What Female Mass Shooters Reveal About Male Ones on The Daily Beast Wife in San Bernardino Shooting Joins Small List of Women Mass Killers on NBC News

Elizabeth Lecron Planned a Mass Murder in an Ohio Bar

Vincent Armstrong, the boyfriend of Elizabeth, is pictured below. Both are still awaiting sentencing.

Barbara Brewster, 56, Convicted of Murder After 30 Years

Kearney and Brewster Thirty years have passed, but Barbara Brewster is finally going to prison for murdering Miriam Rice in 1988. She was sentenced to 60 years in mid-August 2019. She was found guilty of murder after a three-day trial in June of 2019. The jury deliberated for an hour and a half before returning their guilty verdict. Miriam Rice Brewster was charged 30 years after Rice was found brutally beaten to death in South Bend., IN.  On the night of June 24, 1988, Rice left her house in South Bend to walk her dog and never returned. Her family reported her missing about an hour later. The next day her dog was found nearby hiding under a car. Rice’s body was discovered at Pinhook Lagoon, only 2 miles from her home. She was found with multiple skull fractures and an autopsy showed she was 4 months pregnant when she died. She had a 3-year-old son as well. George Kearney, 77 was also charged with murder. He pleaded guilty in March and died in the St. Joseph County Ja

Soprano's Actress, Amanda Hayes Fed Her Hubbys Ex to the Alligators

She was already convicted in the murder of her husband's ex-girlfriend when authorities also convicted Amanda Hayes, of Fort Bend County, North Carolina, of feeding the woman's body to alligators after trying to dissolve it in acid. Amanda Hayes is an actress who has appeared on The Sopranos HBO series as well as the Nicole Kidman movie The Stepford Wives.  Authorities found the torso and leg of Laura Ackerson in the Oyster Creek in Richmond on July 24, 2011. Dive teams found more of Ackerson's remains later. Ms. Ackerson was murdered by Grant and Amanda Hayes in the couple's Raleigh, North Carolina apartment in 2011, according to the DA's office. The last anyone had heard, she was headed to Grant and Amanda's house to pick up the two small boys that she shared with Grant and discuss child support. The couple murdered Ackerson, dismembered her body with a power saw, and packed it into coolers. They drove to Richmond, to the home of Amanda Hayes' sis

Death in the Details

The Woman Condemned is offering an exciting new perk for the month of August. I will be interviewing a prominent professional in the true crime world. Or rather, you will. Patrons of The Woman Condemned will be able to ask the interviewee questions and direct the interview. The final interview will be posted on the Patreon page first. In September the rest of Woman Condemned's readers will get access to it on the blog! Stay tuned for details on the first guest so you can get your questions answered. This is a great opportunity to ask about things you have always wanted to know in the criminal justice world. We will be interviewing a variety of professionals and criminals to get answers from every angle. I hope you are as excited as I am about this new development. Put your investigator hats on. This is gonna be fun! As always, a great big THANK YOU to Neva!