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Two Grisly Murders
by Randy Johnson
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  She murdered her mother and her new stepdad.
Some say she was evil, others say she was mad.
She didn't want to be a farm girl which was what her mother had planned.
Her anger caused her to snap because it was too much for her to stand.
She was a city girl until her mother decided to marry a farmer.
When it came to her mother, nobody knew she would harm her.
She shot her mother in the head and her stepdad in the chest.
Less than one week later, the police placed her under arrest.
When she was accused of the murders, she kept denying it.
She said that a burglar did it but the police weren't buying it.
She felt no remorse and she shed no tears.
She was found guilty by a jury of her peers.
She killed two innocent people and never once seemed to care.
She was tried as an adult and was executed by an electric chair.
April 01 ,2018
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