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Monsters Among Us: Cecil S. Sutherland raped and kidnapped 10-year-old Amy Rachelle Schulz; Sentenced to death, which was commuted to LWOP (thanks to Gov. Quinn)

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Amy Schulz

The Amy Center
Father Channels Grief Over Young Daughter’s Murder Into Child Abuse Center
Illinois village shocked by child’s murder
Justice Delayed (GREAT article)
The People of the State of Illinois v Cecil Sutherland 1993 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
The People of the State of Illinois v Cecil Sutherland 2000 (conviction and sentence overturned)
New Trial in 1987 Ill. Murder Case
12 years after convicted of killing Amy Schulz: Cecil Sutherland is returned to Jefferson County for retrial
Defense to point to another suspect in Amy Schulz murder
Defense questions police about murder of Amy Schulz
Man asks for death penalty after being convicted twice
The People of the State of Illinois v Cecil Sutherland 2006
Murderpedia: Cecil S. Sutherland
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn abolishes death penalty, commutes sentences
Schulz speaks out against death penalty abolishment

Movies/Documentaries
On the Case with Paula Zahn: From Dusk to Darkness

INMATE INFORMATION

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B06111 – SUTHERLAND, CECIL S.
Parent Institution: MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER
Offender Status: IN CUSTODY
Location: MENARD
Sex Offender Registry Required

PHYSICAL PROFILE
Date of Birth: 05/28/1955
Weight: 210 lbs.
Hair: Brown
Sex: Male
Height: 6 ft. 04 in.
Race: White
Eyes: Hazel

MARKS, SCARS, & TATTOOS
SCAR, WRIST, LEFT – LFT BACK OF WRIST 1″ CIRC

ADMISSION / RELEASE / DISCHARGE INFO
Admission Date: 06/16/2004
Last Paroled Date:
Projected Discharge Date: INELIGIBLE

SENTENCING INFORMATION
MITTIMUS: 88CF73
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 11/13/1989
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: JEFFERSON
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 88CF73
CLASS: 1
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: AGG KIDNAPG/CHILD<13/RETARDED
CUSTODY DATE: 11/13/1989
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: JEFFERSON
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 88CF73
CLASS: X
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: AGG CRIM SEX ASLT/HANDICAPPED
CUSTODY DATE: 11/13/1989
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: JEFFERSON
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

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Cold Case: Larry Anstett murder 11/5/1974 Milwaukee , WI *Why has there been no justice for the 15-year-old innocent victim?*

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Larry Anstett

On this day in 1974, 15-year-old paperboy, Larry Anstett, saw a package on a car and picked it up. The package contained a bomb and exploded, killing Larry instantly. His murder was the result of revenge by the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, although Larry Anstett was not the intended target. The case may be cold, but police believe they know who killed Larry Anstett and several other victims (some who *mysteriously* disappeared). Although there were accomplices and those who helped, the main suspect remains as John W. Bushman, who is a free man and has not been charged in any of the murders. Hopefully, since so much time has passed, witnesses and those with knowledge of the murders, will come forward. Larry Anstett, an innocent victim, needs and deserves justice!

Justice Denied (GREAT article)
Paperboy killed by bomb blast
Jack Rosga: Outlaws gang leader or ‘working stiff’?
Book Review: You Gotta Be Dirty

Books
You Gotta Be Dirty: The Outlaws Motorcycle Club In & Around Wisconsin
Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Deadly Wives: Delpha Spunaugle, along with Edwin David Woodward, killed her husband, Dennis Leon Spunaugle; Both sentenced to life in prison

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Dennis Spunaugle

Find-A-Grave: Dennis Spunaugle
Witnesses Tell of Cult, Affair Edmond Wife Offered Hit Money, Man Says
Edmond Woman Given Death Penalty in Murder
Delpha Jo Spunaugle v State of Oklahoma 1997 (conviction and sentence overturned)
Woman Admits Role in Husband’s Death
Excerpt from “Women and the Death Penalty in the United States, 1900-1998”

Books
Women and the Death Penalty in the United States, 1900-1998
Women and Capital Punishment in the United States: An Analytical History

Movies/Documentaries
Women Behind Bars: Delpha Spunaugle & Carmen Ortiz
Deadly Women: Unspeakable Acts

Defendants
Delpha Jo Spunaugle – convicted, sentenced to death; overturned; pled guilty, sentenced to LWOP
Edwin David Woodward – convicted, sentenced to life in prison

INMATE INFORMATION

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DELPHA J SPUNAUGLE
ODOC# 233059
Alias
Delpha J Spunaungle

IDs
ODOC#: 233059
Birth Date: 08/10/1949

spunaugled-info

INMATE INFORMATION

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EDWIN D WOODWARD
ODOC# 233398
IDs
ODOC#: 233398
Birth Date: 05/26/1964

woodwardedwin-info

Deadly Duo: Kenneth Avery Brock and Samuel Tony West robbed & killed Charles Scudder and Joseph Odom; Both sentenced to life in prison

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Charles Scudder and Joseph Odom

Find-A-Grave: Joseph D “Joey” Odom
Find-A-Grave: Dr Charles Lee Scudder
2 sought in ex-prof’s killing
Two indicted in devil worship killings
Haunted Horror: The True Story of Georgia’s Corpsewood Murders
Corpsewood Manor
Corpsewood Manor is Falling Down
Chattanooga author releases new book on Corpsewood murders
Mary Fiumefreddo v Scudder et al 1984

Books
The Corpsewood Manor Murders in North Georgia
Corpsewood: The Eyewitness Account
Corpsewood: A True Crime Like No Other
Corpsewood

Movies/Documentaries
Dead Silent: Welcome to the Devil House

Defendants
Kenneth Avery Brock – convicted, sentenced to 3 consecutive life terms (still in prison)
Samuel Tony West – convicted, sentenced to death, which was overturned and resentenced to life in prison

INMATE INFORMATION

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NAME: BROCK, KENNETH A
GDC ID: 0000413752

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

YOB: 1965
RACE: WHITE
GENDER: MALE
HEIGHT: 6’00”
WEIGHT: 182
EYE COLOR: GRAY
HAIR COLOR: BROWN
SCARS, MARKS, TATTOOS

INCARCERATION DETAILS

MAJOR OFFENSE: MURDER
MOST RECENT INSTITUTION: COFFEE CORR FACILITY
MAX POSSIBLE RELEASE DATE: LIFE

ACTUAL RELEASE DATE: CURRENTLY SERVING
CURRENT STATUS: ACTIVE
KNOWN ALIASES
A.K.A. AVERY,LOWRANCE
A.K.A. BROCK,KENNETH A
A.K.A. BROCK,KENNETH AVERY
STATE OF GEORGIA – CURRENT SENTENCES

CASE NO: 154472
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: CHATTOOGA COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 154472
OFFENSE: ARMED ROBBERY
CONVICTION COUNTY: CHATTOOGA COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 154472
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: CHATTOOGA COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE
STATE OF GEORGIA – PRIOR SENTENCES

STATE OF GEORGIA – INCARCERATION HISTORY

INCARCERATION BEGIN: 02/17/1983
INCARCERATION END: ACTIVE

INMATE INFORMATION

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NAME: WEST, SAMUEL T
GDC ID: 0000005698

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

YOB: 1952
RACE: WHITE
GENDER: MALE
HEIGHT: 5’11”
WEIGHT: 145
EYE COLOR: BROWN
HAIR COLOR: BROWN
SCARS, MARKS, TATTOOS

INCARCERATION DETAILS

MAJOR OFFENSE: MURDER
MOST RECENT INSTITUTION: WILCOX STATE PRISON
MAX POSSIBLE RELEASE DATE: LIFE

ACTUAL RELEASE DATE: CURRENTLY SERVING
CURRENT STATUS: ACTIVE
KNOWN ALIASES

A.K.A. WEST,SAMUEL T
A.K.A. WEST,SAMUEL TONY
A.K.A. WEST,SANUEL T
A.K.A. WEST,TONY WELLS
STATE OF GEORGIA – CURRENT SENTENCES

CASE NO: 155359
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: POLK COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 155359
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: POLK COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 155359
OFFENSE: ARMED ROBBERY
CONVICTION COUNTY: POLK COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 12/12/1982
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE
STATE OF GEORGIA – PRIOR SENTENCES

STATE OF GEORGIA – INCARCERATION HISTORY

INCARCERATION BEGIN: 03/10/1983
INCARCERATION END: ACTIVE

Psycho For Love: James Pierre Chastain killed his first wife, Theresa Gail Chastain; Sentenced to life in prison

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James Chastain, Theresa Chastain (GREAT write-up)
James Chastain v State of Georgia 1991 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Former Methodist Pastor Recants Confession to Wife’s Killing
He Was a Preacher, a Serial Arsonist, and a Wife Killer
Reverend had two passions – religion and arson
Excerpt from “For I Have Sinned”

Books
For I Have Sinned: True Stories of Clergy Who Kill

Movies/Documentaries
Killer Clergy: Ashes to Ashes

INMATE INFORMATION

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NAME: CHASTAIN, JAMES PIERRE
GDC ID: 0000012662

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

YOB: 1957
RACE: WHITE
GENDER: MALE
HEIGHT: 5’09”
WEIGHT: 250
EYE COLOR: HAZEL
HAIR COLOR: BROWN
SCARS, MARKS, TATTOOS

INCARCERATION DETAILS

MAJOR OFFENSE: MURDER
MOST RECENT INSTITUTION: DODGE STATE PRISON
MAX POSSIBLE RELEASE DATE: LIFE

A.K.A. CHASTAIN,JAMES
A.K.A. CHASTAIN,JAMES P
A.K.A. CHASTAIN,JAMES PIERRE
STATE OF GEORGIA – CURRENT SENTENCES

CASE NO: 258683
OFFENSE: other misdemeanor
CONVICTION COUNTY: SCHLEY COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 10/13/1989
SENTENCE LENGTH: 0 YEARS, 12 MONTHS, 0 DAYS

CASE NO: 258683
OFFENSE: BURG BEF 7/1/12
CONVICTION COUNTY: SCHLEY COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 10/13/1989
SENTENCE LENGTH: 20 YEARS, 0 MONTHS, 0 DAYS

CASE NO: 258683
OFFENSE: ARSON 1ST DEGREE
CONVICTION COUNTY: SCHLEY COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 10/13/1989
SENTENCE LENGTH: 20 YEARS, 0 MONTHS, 0 DAYS

CASE NO: 258683
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: COLQUITT COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 06/18/1979
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 258683
OFFENSE: ARSON 1ST DEGREE
CONVICTION COUNTY: COLQUITT COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 06/18/1979
SENTENCE LENGTH: 20 YEARS, 0 MONTHS, 0 DAYS
STATE OF GEORGIA – PRIOR SENTENCES

STATE OF GEORGIA – INCARCERATION HISTORY

INCARCERATION BEGIN: 06/11/1990
INCARCERATION END: ACTIVE
INCARCERATION BEGIN: 11/23/1982
INCARCERATION END: 02/23/1983

Mary Elizabeth “Molly” Royem 1/8/1980 Columbia, SC *Michael Godwin Sloan convicted of her murder; sentenced to life in prison

remembering the victims

aka: Michael Anderson Godwin, Micheal Godwin

Former state woman found dead in home
Columbia man guilty of rape, murder
State of South Carolina v Michael A. Godwin 1982
Murder Retrial Verdict Split
Strange Facts: Michael Anderson Godwin
Michael Anderson Godwin, 28, apparently…
1989: Man escapes electric chair, dies on electric toilet

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Michael Anderson Godwin

Monsters Among Us: Carlette Elizabeth Parker convicted of the robbery, kidnapping & murder of 88-year-old Alice Covington; Sentenced to death

alice-covington2From Parker’s appeal:On 12 May 1998, defendant kidnapped and drowned Alice Covington (the victim).   At the time of her death, the victim was eighty-six years old, stood five feet one and one-half inches tall, and weighed eighty-eight pounds.   Defendant was thirty-four years old and weighed approximately 230 to 240 pounds.   From December 1996 to March 1997, defendant served as the home health-care worker for Charles Holtz, a close friend of the victim.   The victim and Holtz were both residents at Springmoor Retirement Village in Raleigh.

On the morning of 12 May 1998, defendant and the victim saw each other at a Kroger parking lot on Creedmoor Road in Raleigh.   Between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m., three witnesses saw the victim and a heavyset black woman struggling on Strickland Road. According to the witnesses, when the heavyset woman attacked the victim, the victim tried to get away by hitting the heavyset woman over the head with her purse.

Later that afternoon, against the victim’s will, defendant drove the victim to the First Union Market Street teller window in Smithfield and withdrew $2,500 from the victim’s account.   A heavyset black woman gave the teller a withdrawal slip and the victim’s driver’s license.   The teller looked into the car and saw the victim in the passenger seat, leaning against the car door.   The victim was not moving and appeared to be napping.

Defendant drove the victim back to the Kroger parking lot;  moved her to defendant’s Ford Fiesta hatchback;  and drove to defendant’s trailer in Angier, North Carolina, where the victim drowned in the bathtub.   Defendant undressed the victim’s body, washed the victim’s clothes, redressed the body, and put the body in the hatchback of defendant’s car.   Defendant then left in a separate vehicle and drove to a family party.   After leaving the party, defendant drove around for several hours.

The next morning, defendant returned to the Kroger parking lot and transferred the victim’s body to the front seat of the victim’s car.   Defendant drove the victim’s car around Raleigh, Hillsborough, and Burlington for several hours.   Finally, defendant left the victim’s body in the car on a dirt road in Morrisville.   Defendant walked to Davis Drive and caught a ride to a gas station.   Defendant took a cab back to her car, went home, and drank wine coolers.

On 14 May 1998, a passerby discovered the victim’s body and notified the police.   The victim’s body was lying across the front seat, with her head propped against the driver’s side door, her chest under the steering wheel, and her feet on the right front floorboard.   Investigators found substantial bruising around the victim’s face, neck, hands, upper part of both arms, upper left back and shoulder area, and left wrist.   The victim also had a laceration on her left wrist and lower left leg.   The victim was dressed in blue slacks and a light pink nylon jacket.   There was reddish discoloration on the lower portion of the jacket.   Testing conducted prior to trial revealed that a pepper-spray container found in defendant’s car emitted spray that left a pink stain on a clean sheet.

During their investigation, police conducted a series of interviews with defendant.   During the first interview, defendant stated she saw the victim on 12 May 1998 in a Kroger parking lot between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Defendant said she and the victim drove to a car wash and then to the victim’s home.   Defendant said she remained at the victim’s home for two to three minutes and then left. After defendant made this statement, SBI Agent M.B. East told defendant that the victim had been found dead in her car in Morrisville.   Defendant, remaining calm and emotionless, responded, “Oh really?”   At the conclusion of the interview, defendant denied killing the victim or knowing who did.   Defendant also denied having recently been to Morrisville or any banks in Smithfield.

During the second interview, defendant’s demeanor changed.   At first, defendant was conversational.   Agent East told defendant that witnesses saw her in an altercation with the victim on Strickland Road. East also showed defendant a copy of the $2,500 check drawn from the victim’s account and told defendant that a teller described the person who accompanied the victim when the money was withdrawn.   Defendant then became visibly nervous.   Her leg shook, and her knee bounced up and down.   Agent East again asked defendant if she knew who murdered the victim.   The defendant responded, “Possibly.”   However, defendant denied assaulting or accidentally killing the victim.   While taking defendant home after the interview, Agent East heard defendant say, “I’m going to lose my job,” and “I won’t be able to take care of old people anymore.”

On 16 May 1998, police conducted two more interviews with defendant.   Defendant told Agent East and Raleigh Police Detective K.W. Andrews that she had a story and it would be kind of “far-fetched” but that she wanted to come clean and say what had transpired.   As in her first interview, defendant said she saw the victim at the Kroger parking lot, and they went to a car wash.   At this second interview, defendant claimed she ran into the victim between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. as opposed to between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Defendant’s story also became ambiguous about whether she and the victim rode together to the victim’s home or took separate cars.   Defendant said that after going to the victim’s house, she and the victim returned to the Kroger parking lot;  got into defendant’s car;  and drove to the First Union in Smithfield, where defendant cashed a check for $2,500.   Defendant claimed the victim gave her this money to help defendant with her doll business.   Defendant claimed she never stopped on Strickland Road with the victim.

According to defendant, she then drove the victim to defendant’s trailer in Angier.   The victim sat on the commode in a bathroom, and defendant filled the bathtub with water.   Defendant said she left the bathroom, and when she returned, the victim’s head had fallen into the water.   Defendant sat the victim up and left the room again.   When she returned, the victim’s head was submerged.   Defendant said she grabbed the victim by the hair, pulled her out of the water, and tore the victim’s shirt.   Defendant slapped the victim across the face a couple of times, but the victim did not respond.   Defendant vaguely described how the victim’s head then slammed into the floor.   Defendant carried the victim into the living room and placed her on the floor.   Defendant removed the victim’s clothes, washed and dried them, and redressed the victim without the torn shirt.

Defendant said the victim was unresponsive but the victim’s hand may have twitched.   Defendant admitted she did not perform CPR or call 911 despite being trained as a health-care professional who was certified in CPR. Defendant put the body in the hatchback of her Ford Fiesta and drove her other automobile, a truck, to a party in Durham.   Defendant left the party and drove around for several hours before returning home.   Once at home, defendant got into her Ford Fiesta and drove to a hotel where her husband was staying on Highway 70 East. The victim’s body was still in the hatchback.   Defendant did not tell her husband what had happened that day.

Defendant said she returned to the Kroger parking lot the next morning around 6:45 a.m. and moved the victim’s body to the front seat of the victim’s car.   Defendant said the victim’s body smelled, so she put two pillows on it.   Defendant drove around Hillsborough and Burlington, ending up on a dirt road in Morrisville around 1:00 or 2:00 p.m. According to defendant, the car got stuck in the road, and defendant left the victim’s body in the car with the engine running.   Defendant caught a ride to a gas station, called a cab, returned home, and drank wine coolers.

In an additional interview, defendant admitted throwing the victim’s purse out of the car window near Falls Lake. Defendant said she was afraid her fingerprints might be lifted from the purse and she might be implicated in the victim’s death.   Further, although she had previously denied it, defendant admitted she had a confrontation with the victim on Strickland Road. Defendant initially said she merely stopped the car to adjust the victim’s seat, get gas, and massage a cramp from the victim’s leg.   At this point in the interview, however, defendant paused to consult with her attorney.   Defendant then admitted she forcefully took the victim to the bank and the trailer against the victim’s will.   Defendant also conceded that although the victim had previously voluntarily written the withdrawal slip defendant used in Smithfield, the victim changed her mind about giving defendant the money before defendant forcefully took her to Smithfield to withdraw it.   Defendant stated she and the victim did have a disagreement on Strickland Road and the victim hit defendant with her purse.   Defendant admitted she then grabbed the victim by her shirt and threw her into the car.   Defendant also said the victim’s shirt was actually torn when defendant forced the victim back into the car

Care Giver Trust May Have Been Broken in Covington Death
Carlette Parker Found Guilty of Murder
State of North Carolina v Carlette Elizabeth Parker 2001 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Murderpedia: Carlette Elizabeth Parker
Carlette Elizabeth Parker – North Carolina Death Row

Movies/Documentaries
Deadly Doctors: Calling All Killers
Killer Doctors on Death Row: Parker

INMATE INFORMATION

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CARLETTE PARKER
Offender Number: 0311386
Inmate Status: ACTIVE
Probation/Parole/Post Release Status: INACTIVE
Gender: FEMALE
Race: BLACK
Ethnic Group: AFRICAN
Birth Date: 06/12/1963
Age: 53
Current Location: NCCI WOMEN

Most Recent Incarceration Summary

Incarceration Status: ACTIVE
Total Incarceration Term: DEATH
Conviction Date: 04/01/1999
Projected Release Date: DEATH
Primary Crime: MURDER FIRST DEGREE (PRINCIPAL)
Primary Crime Type: FELON
Special Characteristics: DEATH ROW
Current Status: FELON
Admission Date: 04/01/1999
Admitting Location: NC CI WOMEN
Control Status: REGULAR POPULATION
Next Control Review: UNKNOWN
Custody Classification: CLOSE
Next Custody Review: 10/16/1999
Current Location: NCCI WOMEN
Previous Location: NOT PUBLIC INFORMATION
Last Movement : NOT PUBLIC INFORMATION
Last Movement Date: 01/23/2016

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