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Brian Davis murder 6/29/2009 Lake Charles, LA *Wife Robyn Davis, and her best friend, Carol Saltzman, convicted and sentenced to LWOP*

Brian Davis

Charges in Davis killing amended to second degree murder
Opening statements expected to begin in Davis & Saltzman trial
Davis & Saltzman trial: Statements, cross examination and photos
Davis & Saltzman Trial: Crime scene evidence shown
Jurors hear statements of two defendants
Cell records discussed during murder trial
Davis, Saltzman found guilty of second-degree murder
Davis & Saltzman found guilty of 2nd degree murder
Davis, Saltzman get life sentences for 2009 murder

Best friends charged with murder — a real-life “Thelma and Louise”?
Southern Fried Homicide: Friendship Under Fire
Deadly Sins: Louisiana’s Lost Souls

Robyn Little Davis – convicted, sentenced to LWOP
Carol Noland Saltzman – convicted, sentenced to LWOP


Offender Name: ROBYN B DAVIS
Offender ID:601779
Date of Birth:06/14/1962
Age: 50
Race: White
Gender: Female

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women


Offender ID:577074
Date of Birth:05/28/1967
Age: 45
Race: White
Gender: Female

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women


19 Responses

  1. theres not evidence for murder by these two women. investigators lost evidence so they have nothing.

  2. The evidence is just not enough to convince me. They are probably guilty but that is not how it works.

  3. Sorry but I don’t believe this case was fair

  4. Where is his cell phone, laptop, and gun? How did the perp leave the scene? Why if the road was so bad, would whoever called the police be test driving a car on it? Since when is no evidence enough to convince a jury? This is not justice, this was not even an investigation. It was simply speculation.

  5. Sissy borrowed Brian’s car, drove it out to the murder spot with Robyn close behind in another car, jacked up the car as if it had a flat, called Brian to come rescue her. He came, and as he was looking at the jacked-up car, he was shot in the back by both or one of the women. Simple as that!

  6. total injustice! I cohabitate with this jury!?! so disappointing! where is reasonable doubt?? I hope these women are set free!!

  7. This case sets the stage for all Americans to disbelieve that prisoners are guilty. These women are totally innocent and this makes me sick. Where is the justice??? I used to live in Hammond, La and the whole State is crooked not just this city. Let them go.

  8. there is plenty of circumstantial evidence in this case you don’t need dna or witnesses to convict greedy,evil, and ignorant defendants like these

  9. GUITY! There are NO coincidences in murder. If the cell phone was indeed pinging off the wrong cell phone tower, what are the odds it would ping off THAT tower? His wife claimed she called her husband looking for him . . . She lied. She said she left voice messages for her husband . . . She lied. Her friend just happens to borrow HIS car the day before he is killed? No, No way. GUILTY as charged.

  10. Watching the case now. These 2 white women she be done like they used to do BLACK ME!!!! And we all know what they did to BLACK MEN!!!!

    • Sean,

      This case has nothing to do with race. And they received life in prison without the possibility of parole.

    • Race-baiters are racists and bigots…you do know that, right? Hopefully we’re all met with the same condemnation or graciousness that we wish on others. You decide if you’ll be cruel or gracious to others in this life.

  11. LWOP. L WOP that’s what we staff call it in prison Life Without Parole. L-WOP. Two syllables. They wouldn’t have been convicted, both of them, unless there was significant evidence. They are appealing. They MURDERED a soul, a good man. Premeditated. Too bad he was having an affair. Can you blame him? She must have been a horror live with in the first place. First Degree planned murder. They need to rot in their cages. That’s where they belong. They are a danger to society.

    • You clearly haven’t followed the case. One of the jurors from the trial posed this on another website regarding this case…”prove them not guilty”. That was the mentality of this jury. You’re incredibly naive if you believe people aren’t convicted on very weak “evidence”…or worse, no evidence whatsoever. The prosecutions burden is proof beyond a reasonable doubt. That doesn’t include theories of how the crime was committed unless there is evidence to back their claims. This jury failed miserably. They convicted based on their feelings…not the evidence presented.

  12. Absolute worst case for conviction I’ve ever seen. The prosecution presented nowhere near conviction worthy evidence yet this jury somehow convicted. Unbelievable. I’ve heard people claim things like, these women were lovers, greedy, etc, blah blah…it simply does not matter what rumors or gossip are spread about Sissy and Robyn, or what your personal opinions or feelings about them may be…the prosecution didn’t prove their case. The fact is there was no evidence…none…that proved they committed this crime. God help us all if these women can be sentenced to life behind bars with no proof of guilt.

  13. They R guilty as charged

  14. In most states, all jurors must unanimously agree on a guilty verdict. But in the state of Louisiana, you need at least 10 jurors to agree on a guilty verdict. In the case of Robyn Davis and Sissy Saltzman, there were 11 jurors to agree on a guilty verdict.

  15. This whole case was so messed up. No proof at all and the 10 jurors rule, all unfair. Don’t know if they are guilty or not but I do know we live in America where ALL states should have the same judicial system. This case was treated unfairly by the state and by the jurors. This was a clear case of reasonable doubt.

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