Skip to comments.Former Kaufman County (Texas) JP’s Wife Charged With Murder (of District Attorney)
Posted on 04/17/2013 7:10:03 AM PDT by Zakeet
The wife of a former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace was taken into custody early Wednesday morning and charged with capital murder in relation to the deaths of Mike and Cynthia McLelland and Mark Hasse. Kim Lene Williams was arrested just before 3:00 a.m. and is now being held on a $10 million bond.
Her husband, Eric Williams, was arrested on Saturday morning for allegedly making terroristic threats against city officials. He is being held behind bars on a $3 million bond. Sources told CBS 11 News that Williams is also expected to be charged with capital murder in relation to the deaths.
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You mean it wasn’t extreme Right Wingers that did this? The MSM must be so disappointed....oh well, maybe next time.
What constitutes a “terroristic threat” these days?
Was she a member of the ‘Aryan Brotherhood’?
Are these the ‘white supremacist’?
That is Eric Williams.
This story just gets crazier by the day...
Knowing nothing about the case - I suspect the Mr. did it and the Mrs. aided and abetted - and they’re going to get the Mrs. to spill the beans on the Mr.
But - like I said - I’m just guessing.
Ah, you are right. Sorry.
Another chalk up ‘rightwing extremists’ camp.
This will never see the light of day on MSM. The masses will always believe it was the work of a ‘right wing extremist’
It is up to us to cut & paste the link of these kind of articles then email them to the uninformed. They will get acqainted with FR in the process.
Ping, per our discussion on the boat.
The wife of Eric Williams.
Was she a member of the Aryan Brotherhood? These situations are becoming totally predictable as every prominent murder is slavishly attributed to the Right or White supremacists by the media.
Fortunately, the Texas Rangers were investigating and know that in Texas a good bet is that there is a financial motive in many cases such as this.
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