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alana63 said...

This girl was in silverdale a few years ago and has some issues, she was trying hard to beat a crack addiction maybe that is what lead to this, this is way out of character for her she isnt a violant person at all but is real easy to be lead around and do what anyone wants her to do, i have doults about this charge and her, she wouldnt harm a fly someone talked her into this some how some way i think its just not like her to become violent like this

February 25, 2011 at 7:26 p.m.
alana63 said...

No I dont think this is a executed case, I know this lady and I know all the circumstances around the whole situation, not all of this has been told yet but it will be when it goes to trial, the family and fruiends of the victim tormented this lady and her family, they broke into her house, they shot bullet holes in her cars, they robbed her, a total of 20 kids beat her one child so bad that she was hospitalized, the victims mother killed someone a few years back and that is why she has that scar on her neck, that victims family retalated against her, did that family see any justice then appearently not the woman never went to prison, what makes her any different in this case well there is a difference, that victim wasnt harrassed by her like her family has harrassed ms harris, they to this day are driving by her parents threatening them, they have put threats along with a photo of her on facebook that reads " dead b...." across it, so think who is the real victim here? here daughter put the cousin of the deceased boy in jail for beating on her and that is what got all this started int he first place, see all that hasnt been told so lets get all the facts her beofre yu go putting her in the electric chair

February 25, 2011 at 7:19 p.m.

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