Sunday, March 27, 2011

She's in custody

The Texas police have her, I want to dance around my house and scream. I feel free. Like a weight was taken off my shoulders. I guess that's a cliche because it's true.

Officer Clinton called a few minutes ago and said that for the moment, she's being held in Texas, although they'll be bringing her to Tucson for the trial. He says she's lawyered up but she's got no case. No case. She's going to jail. He says the insanity defense probably won't work for her, because of the way she hid the murder for so long, and so carefully. But even if she's declared insane, she'll be put in an institution. I don't care where she goes, as long as she goes away.

I'll have to testify against her, and I won't like it - I'll probably be terrified - but I can do it. I have to, or she walks. Which I will not have.

Thanks for your comments, guys. Jekyll, I don't know what to tell you, I've never been off the radar in my life. I wouldn't know how to go about being untraceable. But thank God Harriet doesn't know either.

I'm going to sleep now. Safely. God bless.


  1. Eh, I have a friend who can tell me about posting through proxy servers (what an ironic term) so that I can't be traced to a single point. Of course, that doesn't help my old posts, unless I 1. move or 2. somehow post on them so that they show a different IP.

  2. Glad you're fine, Ali. And even more glad that she's locked up.

    My prayers go to you now and I hope you feel better :D


  3. fuck yeah!

    If it wouldn't be too weird (being an internet stranger and all), I'd come to support you at the trial if I can get there.