Ah – the old deathbed confession.


I have often said, I wish the other douchebags of Phi Kappa Psi would speak up NOW, rather than later, about the other two complete evil beings who raped me. I don’t really want to know the details, but I am trying avoid the following scenario:

Douchebag who didn’t cooperate with the Police contracts brain cancer or pancreatic cancer. Doesn’t have long to live. Doesn’t want to meet his Maker with this knowledge that he lied and covered up. Wants to cleanse his soul. On his deathbed, he confesses to what he knows. I am probably about 65 and playing with my grandchildren when this awful shit again permeates my life and I get another letter or phone call. Just sayin’. They should have gotten it out now.

But this post is about Virginia’s own Sharron Diane Crawford Smith, who killed two women in 1967 because they taunted her (Smith) about her being a lesbian. Shot them right in an ice cream store in Staunton. She was arrested and charged with first degree murder after her November 28 confession and a trial date was set, but it never went to trial because of Smith’s health problems. The police and the Commonwealth Attorney still say they have questions about the case. Sounds like brilliant police work.

And get this! The murderess GAVE the gun to a member of the Staunton Police, David Bocock, who buried it for her. This cop is the same cop who, according to the article, taught her how to shoot! Jesus! He’s now dead. KARMA. Some woman brought the gun in when she heard. Seems HER husband, a cop, was given the gun by Bocock and told to hush about it. I love small town justice.

Anyway, here’s to some justice and peace for the families, who you’d think might have known this all along if the cops had done their jobs. I’m just saying. Funny how these cases in Virginia are open until there’s a confession.

What do you all think of this case?

Comments

  1. That’s just terrible. I truly hope that one day, you can fully piece what happened to you together, painful as it is.The fact that no one has stepped up to the plate to cooperate must be extrodinary painful and frustrating. If it were me, I would want to know, even though I didn’t want to know, if that makes sense?I think that as Mariska says, closure can be a myth, but knowing the full truth can help one be able to move on and at best, allow us some peace and calmness.

  2. liz,if i were you, i sure wouldn’t count on any of the other rapists to come clean on their deathbeds. if they were scummy enough to rape you when you were unconscious in the first place, then they’ll never own up to it, not even on their way out from this world.MARIO

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