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Woman collapses in court after guilty verdict… Justified Freakout

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u/Accountforcontrovers Aug 13 '22

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u/CheckYourUnderwear Aug 13 '22

Thank you for the link, what an insane read.

First she lied about her husband diddling their son to try and get sole custody.

Then she goes to a shooting range, meets McDavid (whos already married himself), they start banging and she convinces him to kill her ex husband.

Now they both go to jail for life and the husband gets sole custody of their son.

Congratulations, crazy bitch.

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u/Papempoooo Aug 14 '22

But that bang with a stranger for something in exchange was the best time she ever had! :)

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u/rogerthatonce Aug 14 '22

Apparently she passed out....

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u/man-in-purple Aug 14 '22

Apparently she tried to manipulate another person into committing murder. Fuck em both, little court act be damned

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u/actuallyaddison Aug 14 '22

American Beauty checking in..

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u/sirkowski Aug 14 '22

She also says she has evidence for her innocence, but didn't release this evidence during the trial because of reasons.

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u/Linkin_G Aug 14 '22

I hate that this is the second time I’m seeing “diddling” used in context. It’s not as good as the first time.

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u/AirplaineStuff102 Aug 14 '22

🎶 Do not diddle kids, it's no good diddlin' kids🎶

🎶I wouldn't do it with anybody younger than my daughter, not little kids, gotta be big🎶

🎶Older than my wiiiife, older than my daughter🎶

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u/tjoe4321510 Aug 14 '22

You just don't understand the "higher reality" of what they intended to do

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u/2bornnot2b Aug 14 '22

I came here for the Cole's note version of the article. Thank you SIR!

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u/cmyer Aug 14 '22

Hold on. Didn't she get convicted of murder? If it was the ex husband how would he have custody with being dead and all?

*ah, nevermind. It looks like it was "just" conspiracy to commit murder. Dude was shot but survived.

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u/ChrisMichaelWinn Aug 15 '22

I legitimately believe my ex would do both of those things.

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u/Greta_Dongswallow Aug 13 '22

She seems like a real piece of shit. I hope she’s rotting in jail.

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u/TacoBMMonster Aug 14 '22

Did you know that an actual piece of shit was one of the strongest pieces of evidence against her? While laying in wait to kill her ex by the side of the road, her new boyfriend took a dump which was traced back to him via DNA.

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u/Greta_Dongswallow Aug 14 '22

That was definitely not part of the article. Thank you for the update!

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u/Spider_Dude Aug 14 '22

Three square meals. Plenty of time to read. Maybe study and earn a degree via mail.

Also plenty of lesbian shower sex. What a life ... Sentence.

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u/RiverHare Aug 14 '22

That about sums it up. Health care, education and three meals a day: for the rest of her life.

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u/B1g_Shm0 Aug 13 '22

Damn, she got more than cops do for actual murder! Although I guess that shouldnt be surprising since getting caught with weed in some state puts you in longer than them.

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u/Btchmfka Aug 13 '22

Trying to murder should anyway be punished the same as actual murder. Because the intention was the same. They were just unsuccessful

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u/B1g_Shm0 Aug 14 '22

Absolutely. I have no problem with her being sentenced that long, or longer even. I have an issue with cops not being sentenced that long

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u/kawaiianimegril99 Aug 14 '22

No that's dumb, that means that if you go to murder someone there's now no incentive to stop trying to murder them. If someone does something reckless or fucked up and manages to qualify for attempted murder, they now have an incentive to kill them because it's not going to increase their sentence and it's easier to hide a body than it is to beat a court case like that. This would just lead to drunk drivers murdering any survivors of the carnage they cause.

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u/Btchmfka Aug 14 '22

Good point

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u/sirkowski Aug 14 '22

It's a consolation prize for murderers.

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u/ascrumner Aug 14 '22

Thank you kind human.

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u/sirkowski Aug 14 '22

How is that a crime if nobody died?

/s

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u/batuckan1 Aug 14 '22

thank You!

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u/actuallyaddison Aug 13 '22

When my parents used to make me go to church on Sundays..

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u/WarrenMulaney Aug 13 '22

When you go shopping with your mom and she says “just one more store”

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u/tryingtodefendhim Aug 13 '22

When all you want is to sit down but the wife asks for one more.

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u/habebebrave Aug 14 '22

You'd fake it too?

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u/adge4real Aug 14 '22

i tried that once and my dad found out i faked and the next morning ripped a part out if my engine and came back to me and said well if you’re actually sick you won’t need this anymore. i was 19 and i was literally waking up for my 12 hour shift at the hospital i worked at. yea parents are greaaat

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u/kcalb33 Aug 14 '22

They are....your dad is an asshole and not great

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u/LeaveNoStonedUnturn Aug 13 '22

She fell before they even delivered the verdict. Maybe she already knew...

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u/DukeOfYorkshirePuds Aug 13 '22

She knew she and the gun instructor had planned to kill her husband, soooooo

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u/zilchpotato Aug 14 '22 edited Aug 14 '22

The footage is of her conspirator's verdict; hers had presumably already been read...

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u/LeaveNoStonedUnturn Aug 14 '22

That makes a touch more sense. Either that or hers is about to be read and it's probably gonna be the same.

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u/drdan82408a Aug 13 '22

Um, conspiracy to be murdered by words?

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u/Nunyabiz8107 Aug 13 '22

What did Angela from the office do?

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u/Electrical-Tea-2672 Aug 13 '22

Even her lawyer has his head in his hand at her absurdity

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u/thedeadlyrhythm Aug 14 '22

he looked like he was about to fall asleep in the beginning lol

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u/rhamled Aug 14 '22

before I had any context or sound of the video (before I paused it), I thought he was falling asleep too.

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u/Complete_Fisherman_3 Aug 14 '22

If you are taking about the black guy, that's her partner in crime.

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22 edited Aug 14 '22

She wasn't on trial, the person found guilty was a guy named Walden McDavid (sp?)

Do people not listen?

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u/Skreame Aug 14 '22

Take your own advice and understand the word ‘conspiring’. That involves more than one party.

She’s also sitting at the table that is labeled ‘defendant’.

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22

She's sitting on the side of a table which is usually also the same place a lawyer sits, and the judge read a guys name and never mentions "conspire". But good job at reading context clues that don't exist in the video

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u/Skreame Aug 14 '22

“Guilty of the crime of conspiracy… to commit murder.”

Do people not listen?

Way to double-down buddy.

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u/Me-Ook-You-In-Dooker Aug 14 '22

Lol idk why he is doubling down, someone already posted a link to a news article about it, she got 25 to life.

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22

Yeah it doesn't say that, nice try though

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u/ChickenAccurate Aug 14 '22

It literally says “conspiracy to commit murder”. Try it with the volume on

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22

For the guy, a guys name is read, I'm pretty sure her name isn't Walden

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u/Skreame Aug 14 '22

Yeah, a member of the jury, not the judge, is reading the verdict of their decision, to both of them, because a crime of conspiracy is a crime involving multiple people. Verdicts get read individually in succession whether or not they are tried together.

This is literally all in the video, audibly available to you; the guy who told people to listen. I have no idea why you are committing to such a level of incomprehension, but it's pretty obvious you have no idea how a courtroom works or what's going on at all. Willful ignorance is not a good look and denying your lack of education doesn't magically make it go away the harder you try. Good luck.

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22

Except no, it's read by the judge for the guy only in this video

I'm done with you morons

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u/JustTrustMeOkaay Aug 14 '22

That’s the co-conspirator. She probably knows since he’s guilty, she will be too, because they planned it together.

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u/Muouy Aug 14 '22

Yet there's no indication in the video that she is a co co-conspirator, this is just going off the video

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u/Mumei451 Aug 13 '22

The crazy look in her eye lets you know she's faking.

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u/actuallyaddison Aug 13 '22

If they would have kept the camera on her the entire time this would have been epic.

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u/Hobo_Yonkers Aug 13 '22

Maybe if I faint they'll let me go.

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u/ABummyBum Aug 13 '22

She went catatonic before she even got the verdict! Well done! Great acting there!

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u/toejamandtoast Aug 14 '22

Yep, fake as hell for sympathy. If you pass out or whatever you don’t hold yourself up, you fall right out of the chair. You can also see her holding her head up while the deputy is reaching around behind her. What a piece of garbage.

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u/mrrando69 Aug 14 '22

Such a faker

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u/LactatingVolemus98 Aug 13 '22

Seizure of prison property.

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u/_PM_ME_NIPPLES_ONLY_ Aug 14 '22

I've seen better acting in porn

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u/RageMaster_241 Aug 13 '22

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u/RageMaster_241 Aug 14 '22

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u/OSRSgamerkid Aug 14 '22

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u/GotMeSomeInternet Aug 14 '22

"Help her!"

How? They did exactly what you do with someone who's fainted or even pretending to faint.

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u/toejamandtoast Aug 14 '22

Well at the ER I worked at we would start to take their clothes off and say ok time to put a tube up their nose, into their bladder, and up their butt. 100% success rate for instant cure.

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u/The_ultimate_cookie Aug 14 '22

White woman moment.

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u/actuallyaddison Aug 13 '22

When your best friend swears they're down for another shot of Rumplementz at least call..

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u/ShaneRunninShirtless Aug 13 '22

Angela finally liked Dwight i guess

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u/WerewolfNo1166 Aug 13 '22

Another custody case gone wrong

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u/rivalcarrot Aug 13 '22

There’s a lesson here someplace… don’t kill peop… eh. Never mind

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u/baronvonredd Aug 14 '22

fucking cringe

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u/adge4real Aug 14 '22

that poor kid of hers

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u/MikeSizemore Aug 14 '22

Her soul escaped and is still on the lam (also today I learned that no one goes on the lamb)

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u/SubatomicBlackHole Aug 14 '22

If you can’t do the time don’t do the crime. Pussy

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u/Cala-Best-Girl Aug 14 '22

She’s faking.

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u/AliennoiseE Aug 14 '22

Mistakes were made.

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u/Ashurb4nip4l Aug 13 '22

What an act! She was getting ready for it well before she knew the verdict. Probably will challenge under mental fitness.

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u/retroracer33 Aug 13 '22

"Probably will challenge under mental fitness."

lmao, what does fainting have to do with being mentally fit to stand trial?

"oh I fainted guess I was crazy after all"...do yall even think before typing this shit lol

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u/thatwasnowthisisthen Aug 13 '22

There are many stupid criminals out there, like the dude representing himself that faked a heart attack and everyone was just like: Yeah, nope. Plenty of others seem to think insanity ensures your freedom (it does not), and start spouting shit about demons and spirits in accordance to absolutely nothing that exists within clinical psychology.

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u/Smashtray2 Aug 15 '22

Act... Didnt she play Dwights girlfriend on The Office?

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u/Scary_Vanilla2932 Aug 13 '22

There Is video about this case on That Chapter. My favorite you tube true life crime series. It's mostly solved murders with some unsolved mixed in. He is an Irish YouTube guy, makes a morbid subject funny.

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u/rimjobnemesis Aug 13 '22

I seem to remember there was a Dateline or ID show about this case.

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u/ArticArny Aug 14 '22

No idea how she missed the table with a nose that big.

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u/adge4real Aug 14 '22

well when you plan to “faint” stuff like that conveniently happens haha

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u/SeriousOP Aug 14 '22

Send her to jail right away. This is were she'll end up anyway.

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u/fishmanfinley Aug 14 '22

She’s not crazy

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u/cx3psocial Aug 14 '22

What the hell is he doing getting caught up in that foolishness at 50 years old…

Hell that is even more sus considering he’s a trainer… 🤦🏽‍♂️

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u/japandroi5742 Aug 14 '22

Judge Sim von Kalinowski fucks

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u/RepulsivePhysics6858 Aug 14 '22

thats a stiff sentence

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u/batuckan1 Aug 14 '22

it's funny how the defendants claim All the evidence displayed isn't them. they would never intentionally kill anyone.

sure buddy. you keep telling yourself that as you rot in jail.

it's one thing for the ex wife to fuck and manipulate the shooter. it's another thing for the shooter to cheat on your wife.

winning folks..

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u/arenotthatguypal Aug 14 '22

Who's crying for this pos

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u/Comprehensive-Form13 Aug 14 '22

Oh no anyway fck her

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u/Fierramos69 Aug 14 '22

I’m pretty sure you do not control your body when you faint… like she bump her head relatively softly , then proceed to slowly tilt her head back as if she tried to look like the head was freely falling back, while slowing down her fall and being surprised at how far back it actually was. I’m sure if they did the slap on the face test* she would’ve failed

*a test where you put the fainting person’s hand above their face and drop it, and see if the hand slap them in the face or miraculously deviate.