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Sarah literally thinks she's going home later...
- Published on Mar 23, 2023 veröffentlicht
- "So, when am I getting my stuff back?"
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Sarah Boone full bodycam footage - • Police Grill Accu...
Sarah Boone full interrogation - • FULL Police Inter...
TCL analysis - / @truecrimeloser
Voice over - / @kizzume
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Unironically saying “you guys are killing me right now “ during your homicide Interrogation is an almost impressive level of self awareness
Did you mean “lack” of self-awareness. Narcissism personified
What blows my mind is I've seen people say the exact same thing several times watching these types of videos
@Lucie Nelson he didn’t mean it was a high level. Just an impressive level lmao
@Lucie Nelson “zero” is a level, after all.
She has the audacity to call his ex wife a monster yet she is the one who locked him in a suitcase to slowly suffocate to death!!! Pure evil.
Exactly! These people are sick
@Paige Arianabut her plan was not to go upstairs and fall asleep
EXCUSE ME! He got into the suitcase on his own, so how much of a twat is he? He'll never make that same mistake again though!
That first police officer is a gem, I hope she has a long and successful career in law enforcement.
Yes. I was thinking the same thing even before he mentioned how brilliant she was.
Yeah, i thought she looked hot too!
@Pete James 💀
@Pete James nogaf
@Pete James ight pete
Wow, then the lead detective asked her if she would expect to be let out if she were in the suitcase, it broke her brain for a second. She had no idea how to respond because she can’t even imagine being in the same position as him because she has no empathy, and when she did try she couldn’t imagine an outcome where she had to suffer.
She's acting like a teen who doesn't want to get grounded for throwing a house party.
Or trying to talk herself out of a speeding ticket for going 120 in a school zone “ I won’t ever speed again I promise”
They only had one bottle of wine! it wasn't a party! they were just playing a game!
Except now she actually took another human being's life, not just a vase or a carpet.
She seems to think that murder is ok as long as it is unintentional
i mean that is manslaughter
Wyatt, Do you think it was unintentional? I bet she didn't intend to kill him. Her actions in her drunken state definitely killed him so she is totally responsible, but I doubt she planned it ahead of time. But she doesn't seem to feel the least bit bad about what she did.
Um that’s not murder though
@Systematic Sphere Well, guess what I just did? I looked up the definition of "murder." I hadn't really thought about it, but---yes! Of course. It has to be intentional.
So I guess I am of the opinion that she didn't murder him.
I think she is responsible for his death. I think she is one of the most obnoxious human beings I have ever heard. I think she ought to be punished. But I don't think she murdered him.
“I would do ANYTHING for him”
*Male detective looks over*
“Wouldnt let him out of a suitcase though”
Dude has hilarious timing.
That was funny af lol
Lol anything but let him live a happy life
Timestamp if you can?
@Smith White lmao
How annoyed she got when the officer dared to bring up how his daughters also have to live without their father. “Are you trying to make it worse?” The narcissistic supply got cut off and she wasn’t having it for one second. This is supposed to be all about her.
Exactly, as if her guilt would be worse than losing a father.
And she saying "feeling bad is punishment enough" is as cruel as sneaky as idiotic.
She's obviously the victim here! They are so mean! 😂
She is VERY HEAVILY distancing herself from reality on this. She's touching it with the tips of her fingers at best, and trying to play it as a non-event. This might explain her problems getting lawyers to stick with her. Denial is a hell of a method
Imagine what an absolute nightmare a person has to be to burn through SIX lawyers and be on her seventh. These are people who've probably dealt with the worst that society has to offer, and even they couldn't put up with this horror of a human being. She seems like the type who asks to see the warden every time she has a minor inconvenience in prison.
They probably want her to plead guilty, and she believes that they can win at trial.
she seems absolutely convinced that if she insists it "wasn't intentional or "malicious" that she should just be excused for the murder. like sis even if people believed you at the VERY LEAST thats still manslaughter, you don't usually get to just go "oh whoops ill try not to do that again!" and go home
Murderer Karen hahahav
A Prison Karen lol.
She says "it's punishment enough, but now I have to live without him too" and the officer responds "his daughters too." Sarah didn't like the spotlight not being entirely on her in that moment and asks, "what, are you trying to make it worse?" No Sarah, he's not trying to make it worse, he's trying to indirectly remind you that the world doesn't revolve around you and your feelings. She doesn't deserve freedom. Far too selfish and dangerous.
i feel so sorry for her son. he's probably in middle school now. kids that age are already embarrassed of their parents, imagine having her for a mother. his whole class has probably seen this.
never mind anyone seeing this, imagine living with this unbelievably self absorbed mother who has zero empathy for anyone but herself. The poor child 😪
At least he wont be a direct victim of future manipulation and gaslighting. I bet you the second she can, she will demand money from her son, even if he was solely raised by his dad.
I hope that hasn’t happened, but hopefully his father has protected him as much as possible.
This is what zero accountability looks like
Her saying she’s never gonna drink alcohol again was very insightful on her part. She’s gonna be in prison for life.
They can make toilet wine, she'll get her fix.
You ever heard of prison hooch my friend?
@TubBunnyChews Definitely a different flavor palette than the OTC wines out in the street.
Nah shes not a drug dealer, she will only do like 6 or 7years and will be released from prison for 'good behaviour' if she was caught dealing drugs it would be 30 to life
@MetalSword95 I dont think this woman has ever been accused of "good behavior" in her entire life
What a cruel way of ending someone. She practically let him know how it feels to be buried alive.
he was stupid drunk to do it ,,get inside case??
@John Obremski most intellectually adept individual in Clip-Share comments:
@John Obremski Yeah, he was stupid, but that still does not mean he deserved to die.
“I would do ANYTHING for him!”
“Wouldn’t let him out of a suitcase”
I feel bad for laughing but this sounds like an argument my parents and I have had when I forgot to wash the dishes. Also saying “this is NOT cool” you’re right it’s a murder investigation, why did you think this was going to be relaxing?
I laughed a little too at 16:05 she he said "that's not how you play hide and seek" so ur not alone at laughing. This case is horrible but seeing this woman defend herself is so bad its laughable at how dumb she sounds
I laughed too!! She's a character.
The audacity of her asking for his ring back shows the total lack of empathy.. may he R.I.P
they didn't include it here but earlier when they are asking her about what happened she asks them if they avoid informing his family that he's dead and she killed him because they'd "come after her" because they gave her the nickname the "white dragon" and said that "she would be the death of him"
And the fact that her first question was about getting her phone back and nothing about anything else
And she keeps saying you guys are killing me what a bad choice of wording
She will get his ring back...in 20 years or so. LOL LOL
Yes indeed..had she been able to go to the funeral she would have taken it from his dead body.
Tbh you can’t blame the detective for hating Sarah.
But, we CAN blame her for bungling a few important parts of the interrogation. 😅
@pthesmith yes, mostly terrible in the infuriation especially
She's so offended that the detectives had the nerve to interrogate her and then arrest her for the murder she committed. I was half expecting her to ask for a manager.
Detective Dan, that is such an awesome and spot on comment….
Im dead lmao
"The only problem is that the lead investor really, really really really, doesn't like Sarah" I absolutely love the amount of qualifiers he used 😂
"investor" - really?
@george porteous it’s a mistake where it’s still apparent what they’re trying to say…
'he'? I think you mean she. She really didn't like her.
@Justice4you she’s referring to JCS - ‘the qualifiers he used’
@Christopher Harry 😬 oops, my bad.
The cop really gets me! Imagine how many crazy gruesome crime scenes she’s pulled up to and Sarah starts this one off with “Well we were doing a puzzle..” You can hear it in her voice that that’s a new one. “…A puzzle??”
So based upon his injuries and the fact that bag moves to different places in the multiple videos, i think she was literally shoving or kicking the suitcase with all her might. He was just trapped in a small suitcase being rolled and knocked around while she laughed about it. I think the videos happened as she was taking a break from the brutality of shoving him around.
And she probably fell asleep because she was so tired from all the effort she put into beating and suffocating him "like he did to her" as she claims in the video. Woke up and realized she had left him in there and he was dead. I dont think she meant to kill him, but she was literally torturing him and went too far.
No need for the scare quotes. He was arrested several times for domestic violence against her. Her "claim" about that is the truth. Her self-unawareness and relentless lies during the interrogation are painful to watch, and she seems like an awful person in general (on top of being, well, a murderer), but I have no sympathy for her victim either.
I SO AGREE
@Arkady Shersky yeah I think "no sympathy" is a little harsh considering the way he was murdered. Js.
She sounds tired by the last video too. Someone who’s used to drinking a lot wouldn’t be that exhausted by midnight on their day off.
@Taylor Sanders yeah and he repeatedly abused her, both are terrible people
I can't help but laugh at how ridiculous and absurd the things are that she stated:
1. She said she put him in a suitcase for fun
2. She said she just went to sleep, so basically while he was still in there suffocating, she decided to just fuck off and go to bed
3. She said she completely forgot that he was in there
Just 5 minutes in and I can't believe how absurd this whole ordeal is...
And has NO idea how he’s all bruised.
Seriously! She had “no intention” of leaving him in there but walked her ass all the way upstairs to go to bed!? I love that she took that video herself. Saying, “for all the things you’ve done to me”. Exactly cuz it was intentional. How she got him in there, idk but she basically buried him alive and laughed.
and at one point she said he went into the suitcase himself 😅
When someone is so wholly screwed by themselves you don't even have to have good detectives to interrogate them
I love how she says “I’m claustrophobic” after leaving a man to suffocate to death in a suitcase
Those kinda people always project onto others. Of course she'd inflict her worst fear onto somebody else. She's all the thinks of I bet, why would she take the time to consider what he'd be afraid of.
You can cut the irony with a knife throughout this whole interrogation
@Plumsmuggler "you're killing me"
Good point what a heartless evil woman
She’s just trying to get them to stop. She’ll say anything
I’ve seen the video of him in the suitcase begging her to let him out. Calling her name over and over. She’s the other side of the camera laughing at him and telling him he deserves to be in there. It’s horrifying and she is a piece of work.
can you post a link?
But believe all women though
Where's that video at?
30:23 "I did not not intentionally kill him."
Her honesty is seeping through with the double negative.
Same energy as that one sopranos scene where the dude went like "I did dent"
I think she tried to put emphasis on the negative part, like repeating the *"not"*
@Gasakawa Yuno That is obviously what she tried to do, but perhaps it was more of a Freudian slip at that point.
@Stefan M ok, Sherlock
@Gasakawa Yuno Lol your self awareness is through the roof.
Saying she didn't do it "intentionally" was in her head she did nothing wrong. Wow, she belongs in jail for the rest of her life!!!
How ironic was it that she said she didn’t want to go into a little cell because the last time she had a panic attack, implying that she’s claustrophobic. It makes you wonder how she wasn’t able to put her self into his shoes when he was having a panic attack inside of that little suitcase. Knowing that she herself is claustrophobic in confined spaces. SMH
I think she was just saying whatever she thought might get her out of it tbh. She clearly thought, "Hey, if I make them feel really sorry for me because some bullshit I made up, maybe they'll let me go home"
Clearly she's not the brightest bulb in the cookie jar.
@Stout Shako this has nothing to do with the video but i just wanna clarify something , now why would someone put a bulb in a cookie jar ?? Off all the places to put a bulb in why a cookie jar ?? Who does that ??
She was either born and raised to be the way she is or the alcohol really destroyed her brain causing her to lose sight of reality.
A little from column A and a little from column B. Things like that tend to go hand in hand unfortunately.
I'm going with born and raised. Stone cold sober in jail she still manages to harass her 6th lawyer and the judge.
I've seen people describe how they accidentally parked in the wrong spot with more emotional engagement than her describing how she suffocated a man to death.
One time a plain small brown paper bag flew out of my car window by accident, and I'm really anti-litter and there were other cars around and my vehicle is pretty recognizable and I felt really bad. I'm basically over it lol it's been years (and goodness knows I've more than made up for it with habitually picking up litter), but I still have more remorse and shame about that dumb paper bag than this woman has about committing murder jfc 😂
I've truly have felt worse about telling someone they didn't sing well , then this woman does about taking a life. It's WILD how people can think and be like this
But that wasn't her plan....
The body cam police officer did AMAZING. She should be on a track to become a social services officer or even a detective. She kept the defendant calm and collected, pushing her to relax by suggesting she 'may pass out' at any moment. She gave all the information needed to be given in the moment that could lead to the truth.
Her saying " I've never done anything like this before" will get her in court. She's admitting she knew what she was doing.
No, she could be admitting she’s never unintentionally done this before.
They already know she killed someone I don’t think that line particularly matters.
@Hello there, how are you doing this blessed day?
And her “*absolutely* not” when they asked if she had ever put him in a suitcase before. That means she realizes how dangerous and crazy that is. “I’d never do something like that! Except this one time.”
The whole way she handled this situation just screams guilty
@Brandon Lee literally - people just say the stupidest shit ever no matter how obvious it is. It’s really annoying
@Lord Syphilis Doesn't stop people from replying with rude comments instead of simply ignoring it, though.
Scary to watch a narcissist deny everything
"that's not how you play hide and seek" THAT PART GOT ME LAUGHING ☠️
“… but the lead interrogator really, really, really, REALLY doesn’t like Sarah. And abandons the task of pretending to…”
I must admit, I had a good laugh at this. Well done, sir.
“Now I’m going to have to live without him.”
Detective “So will his daughters..”
“Are you trying to make it worse!?!” What a complete narcissist.
this lady is ridiculous lol
@Johnnycpublic she has no self awareness
I mean it was unintentional.
Bingo, she has some loose wires.
Laughed my ass off at that moment. Comedy genius 🤣
People really be thinking as long as they refuse to cooperate or admit to anything, the cops simply can’t charge them for a crime
Well yea but the idiot didn't even do that. She totally cooperated without admittance...😂🤣😂
“I bought him that ring” oh my god this woman is unbelievable. Aside from the fact that she’s thinking about possessions at a time like this, that ring was his. It doesn’t matter who bought it. Ugh
I feel so sorry for her son who might one day see this video of his mum being interrogationed... Hopefully he won't get pick on when he gets older
Kids can be surprisingly understanding about this sort of thing. I had a friend in high school whose mother committed suicide and even the kids who hated his guts still came to see if he there was anything they could do for him.
If I was in school with a kid whose mum got convicted of murder, I'd probably treat it about the same way. "This kid's seen some shit, I'm not touching it with a forty foot pole"
This case always gives me the creeps. She is so strange.
Narcicissm is one hell of a drug...
Great work as always, JCS!
Love your channel too @Law&Crime Network!!
this is the crossover i didn't know i needed.
Bro.... the fact that u got L&C giving yall love shows how much yall done came up!!! I been watching yall since the chris watt murders.... so glad yall getting the recognition and love yall deserve!!
She never got emotional over the situation, got mad when his kids were mentioned, tried to deflect when the video evidence was brought up…. I’m shocked she was ever married before because she’s an evil woman .
Crazy sex makes red flags turn invisible! Going through my custody battle now, praying every day that my son stays safe. Some people ask me to give her another chance, not fully realizing how sick she is. I'm not looking to end up in a suitcase, at least not by my ex-wife... 😏
@superguyy4akaamo be very careful bro. If what you are saying true she have you kill by police or other other man because she wants to. AND there will be no consequences for her.
@jimmyboy1582 Thank you. You are absolutely correct, and I live everyday in fear, not for my life, but for my son's. Knowing if I don't tread carefully, she may hurt him just to destroy me. Very scary. Thank you for your kind words!
Murdering someone intentionally or unintentionally is still murder. So sad how George died. I feel bad for his family especially his daughters. And I feel bad for Sarah's son. Her actions ruined 2 families. I hope she rots in prison!
I mean.... no it's not lol. That's literally the difference. "Murder" means performing an action intending to cause somebody else to lose their life, in other words intentionally killing somebody unlawfully. This isn't an opinion, it's what murder is. If you called me a bitch and I pushed you and you fell and cracked your head and died I would not get convicted of murder. I would get convicted of manslaughter or reckless homicide. If a drunk driver swerves and hit somebody killing them it wouldn't be a murder charge.... it would be in the same category as reckless homicide (in my state). Because they were reckless in their actions and caused the death, but they didn't intentionally kill somebody. So intent has EVERYTHING to do with whether or not it's murder.
@Monsterbaby's Channel You are correct sir!! 😂😂
She’s an absolute sick psychopath and has no total remorse for what she’s done! I noticed she had every excuse in the book to explain her awful behavior! Also, what’s up bringing a written list of questions to an interrogation. Please, please bring her to trial soon!😡
I think that this whole suitcase thing was the culmination of years of physical and psychological abuse. 😞💔
The autopsy revealed that he had been beaten up prior to his death! He had LACERATIONS and CONTUSIONS all over his body! Furthermore, according to his brother, Sarah would give him black eyes and once tried to run him over with her car! If you look at the pictures of her victim, it is really sad. He looks very thin and frail. His eyes are all sunken in, like he was being starved. The man was so skinny that he fit in a SUITCASE! That is a crime in itself! Also, the property manager stated that she would kick him out of the house often and he would be forced to sleep outside in a tent. How sad!. 😞💔
This woman is a professional victim. I have faith that she will end up in prison for life. As is no professional witness will take on her defense. She gives truly battered women a bad name.
If that is true that makes it so much worse. What an evil woman
This is what a delusional person looks like And what a horrible person looks like. She doesn’t give af about anything but herself and her needs showed no sympathy whatsoever and was almost glad she killed him, you can tell by looking at her she almost wanted to cuss the interrogators too and assert some sort of dominance like she was more important than anyone else. These are the worst type of people imaginable, props to the investigators and everyone involved in making sure theres justice.
Her not realizing that killing people is a crime even if you didn’t do it intentionally is hilarious.
I didn't _mean_ to crash head-on with that bicyclist, hurtling them over my windshield, consequently k*lling them. I was *suuper* drunk, okay?......
Soo, we good, right?
Killing people isn't always a crime though for example self-defense.
@BlackPrince they were playing hide and seek, remember?
It also somewhat makes makes a mockery of 'stand your ground laws' in some American states too!
Carl, that kills people
With how absurd this story was I still want to know why this happened is it because she was genuinely abused or was it for some petty reason? It’s hard to sympathize with the victim when he himself could be a perpetrator as well, since they did say he was charged for domestic abuse in the beginning and didn’t specify anymore. I don’t know what to feel tbh
I watched the full police dispatch video a while back not even knowing this interrogation process was accessible until I accidentally stumbled across this video tonight. 😄😆😂
**Thank you JCS for not only a wonderful follow-up but also for your commentary throughout on this one specifically 😂😂🤣 I've never heard you say anything during your videos other than unbiased fact stating and explanations. And while you technically did this here as well, it was what we all wanted and needed to hear to make the perfect duo!!** 👏😍👏 Keep up the amazing work ❣️
So upsetting that anyone can be so cruel. She literally admitted guilt on the video tape.
I know this is a clear cut case but they should have definitely re touched on the '5 minutes for what?' question. I'm dumbfounded how the lead detective interrupted and didn't identify when the suspect was on the verge of potentially admitting 'any type intent'.
So weird she got arrested for this. I always kill people, film it and then say it was an accident and walk away scott free the next day. This is a severe case of injustice 🤦♂
Like... how did she think shed walk away even BEFORE they showed her the tape where she literally says fuck you to him pleading for his live.
i can’t get over the fact that she had over 12 hours to prepare her defence story and still settled on a misunderstood game of hide and seek …
Don't forget they were doing a puzzle as well
she also had 12 hours to delete those videos and somehow just totally forgot about them or didnt even think to check her phone before calling 911 🤦🏼♀️
I don't understand why they wouldn't have taken her in right away. She could have left town in that time.
Had 12 hours to call a lawyer, or atleast say nothing.
This is a great example on why you say nothing without a lawyer.
I’m only 22 minutes in. And I. An already tell you that I’m going to have nightmares about hearing his tiny voice begging her to let him out! Just him saying her name over and over; It’s going to haunt me! My heart is breaking for him going through this torture! I hope his family and loved ones didn’t have to hear him like that. And, I hope that they have found some peace after this whole ordeal. Im sending them all of the love, support, and well wishes in the world. Stay strong. Be there for each other to love and hold and give support to each other. Keep making sure that the world remembers the goodness, kindness, and joy he gave people. That way, we can all remember HIM, and not anything to do with the evil, vile, soul-less creature that did this to him. My heart goes out to you all and will always be with you ❤❤❤❤
She’s so immature; she literally says that feeling bad is punishment enough.
"Her energy resembles that of someone who feels the police are about to start rumors about her."
I guess I can see how something like this could happen accidentally if two people were extremely drunk having a laugh, but she doesn't seem very phased. I'd expect that if a woman woke up from a drunken stupor to discover that her boyfriend was dead, she'd be overcome with grief and guilt, inconsolable, sobbing. The way he died was awful. But this woman doesn't seem to care much.
I love the idea that 6 different attorneys completely bailed on her because of her personality and behavior.
They probably couldn't get past her insistence that she didn't do it intentionally, even though the lawyer doesn't care either way, just needs to know the truth. Idiot.
6! Professional, likely capable and court assigned attorneys who have to jump through major hoops to get off a case all bailed. If she pleaded she would be much much better off but she can't see that. I would think some time in prison, away from booze and her kid would give her some perspective.
@jen d. i hope they never let her out of solitary, she recorded him pleading for his life
Heck, even her cellmate is screaming to be put into solitary confinement.
...and the fact she recorded herself murdering her boyfriend. What kind of defense could they possibly mount?
This person needs to be put under the jail. This is nothing short of torture, then murder. Thank goodness she has been permanently taken off of the streets, so she does not get a chance to hurt another human being again. My condolences to the victim's family and other loved ones.
It really felt like she convinced herself that because in her eyes it wasn’t intentional, that she would be free to go. But really I think she knew and knew the consequences she just didn’t wanna believe it, because she couldn’t handle what she had done.
She admitted on the 911 call that she put him in the suitcase, not that he put himself in the suitcase
"This is for all the times you hurt me." in the video followed by "I didn't do this intentionally." is pure gold.
The irony of her concern for a panic attack in the holding cell when she trapped him in a suitcase to die is unreal...
Thats actually hilarious and really true.
Not defending her at all however it sounded like this was his way of punishing her.
@Rosa Galvan what ?
@Blaze i think he meant to say her way of punishing him, because based on what other people have said too, apparently there was a previous picture where she put her son in a suitcase but the police put it off as a game. It seems like this was probably already a punishment she used against him, and just based on how she's acted it seemed like shes probably left him in a suitcase overnight or for long periods of time before and just like those previous times she went to bed thinking ohh, hes finally gonna feel how i feel from his abuse, she went to bed.
Held before trial from February 2020 until 2023? Even though she is likely to be found guilty, that's appalling. What if someone wasn't guilty, would the justice department just say "oops, sorry we left you locked up for three years and ruined your relationships, you're free to go"? A trial should happen within a reasonable timeframe, not three years later.
Yep...that's our justice system...better bond out if you can...cause you're gonna be there for a long time waiting for your trial..I've done jail before..you'd be surprised how many ppl I met who had already been there for 2 or 3 years waiting trial..their bond is so high they couldn't bond out..And yeah..you had one thing right..justice system pretty much says " oops, my bad" ...one option is to sue for unlawful imprisonment, but typically that's only won by ppl who have been sentenced already and have been doing time in prison, but then are released when new evidence comes out to exonerate them proving their innocence..such as DNA or something
shes so self enveloped it's actually insane she just murdered her boyfriend and all she is worrying about is herself and that she might have a panic attack, and the crazy thing is she was saying that she's claustrophobic smh
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I don't think this was intentional, as in she planned to kill him that day. However, feelings that should not have been repressed were unlocked by what she called "A bottle of wine." She's also quite bad at lying.
Yep, and receipts from that day show it was 2 bottles of wine. Both found empty in her kitchen.
She may not have planned it before putting him in suitcase but she planned on not letting him out during and he died so it was intentional overall.
@Hayley H. and thats WHY i believe it is first degree murder
I have a bachelor's in cj and went to law school for 2 years. Should have been intentional except she was intoxicated.
@Hayley H.then you know that Voluntary intoxication is NOT a defense.
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the fact that she asks to not be put in a tight cell while being arrested for confining someone in a tight space and suffocating them to death is baffling. i can't believe she lacks that much self awareness
Maybe she did it to him because it is her biggest fear to be in a small room. She wanted him to suffer the biggest pain she could possibly imagine.
@Der Saa there is no way this woman would ever convince me to do anything .This guy must have been really drunk
@Der Saa why make excuses for the wicked. If you excuse the wicked, your wicked yourself. The Bible says that. People need more God in their life.
@Mike N He's not making excuses for her, he's explaining why she chose this method of murder. I'm not sure how you managed to read his comment and think he's making excuses for her.
@Mike N That's literally what lawyers do.
I hope you’re able to come back. I love your videos. The “that’s not how you play tag.” Comment killed me (no pun intended lol) I love the videos and screw Clip-Share for what they did to you. Looking forward to a possible return!
She reminds me so much of my old neighbor with BPD. It’s almost unbelievable how alike these two women are in the way they speak and deflect and everything is about them. And they are never to blame
She reminds me of my mom, like everything she says, it's crazy I've never seen anyone so similar before
I've been diagnosed with bpd but I would never murder someone. She's a whole different level of crazy
That is not BPD
yup. reminds me of my ex that has BPD and always played victim
You always know when someone is guilty when they continually attack/insult the spouse. Nobody's marriage is perfect, but most people wouldn't obsessively list all of their dead partner's flaws during a police interview, unless they are GUILTY.
The amount of times she said “honestly,” and “to be honest” is just hilarious from a psychology standpoint
I watched it the whole way through and then went to listen again to her call... when she's dismissing the FD agent, saying he's obviously dead and doesn't need CPR, she does it to appease the agent, and when she hears gurgles she lets out a blood curling scream!
She might have thought for a moment that she wasn't successful in killing him? the violent man that she kept in a suitcase for a whole night? I think that scream was not a jumpscare for the surprise... I think it was HORROR for herself, thinking what scenario would that turn into for HER, if he came back
I think I believe that she was just super drunk, didn't intend on killing him, but in a drunken state had no empathy for him based on the past abuse and didn't care if he was uncomfortable and scared all night. Not being able to think straight, not having access to empathy or sympathy, she gave into her alcohol-induced fatigue and woke up to the sobering nightmare that had become her new life. But her lack of emotion tells me that she is a little antisocial and doesn't regret that he's dead, so she effortlessly went into survival mode. I don't think she meant to kill him and genuinely doesn't feel like she should be blamed for it. But she is responsible for it. And she'll have to live with that (in prison).
good summary of this story
I agree with this
She definitely should be blamed for it lmao. Look at her behaviour and zero remorse. Alcohol or not she's a murderer and clearly has no issues with it.
I love it when she says “but not intentionally” thinking it’ll magically erase her murder charges.
She reminds me of myself in middle school when getting interrogated by the principal
“Well why didn’t you say so! You’re free to go!” 👮🏻♂️
It might. They may reduce it to manslaughter.
@ninjaguyYT this. I think at this point she was just trying to just reduce taking accountability
@ninjaguyYT I dunno if that will work. It might have if she hadn’t recorded it. Or flipped the suitcase over. Both of those actions are pretty damning.
She literally sounds like a real life murderer from a Bob and Burgers episode. Also that female cop at the beggining of the video has to be one of the best cops I have ever seen, fabulous job!
Like Louis if she was ever on trial 😂
Even if she was drunk at the time, that doesnt mean shes innocent. Her behavior is so messed up! At the crime scene she only cared about her Dr. Pepper and cigarette, like she didnt just kill someone! And the ammount of just straight up messed up things she said during the interrigation! She even thought they would just let her go, like she didnt do anything! Just thinking about it discusts me.
Edit: Now that i think about it, she might as well not been drunk at all (and that seems very likely), or just a little drunk (i mean in a way that she was aware of her actions, just had a little less control over them? not sure if thats even possible though)
Sorry if this is hard to read/understand, im not really good at english
I cannot imagine what that poor guy went through 😞
Once they read you your rights, youre not going home. She believes she can talk her way out of this. If she just keeps denying everything somehow she'll walk.
The “That’s not how you play hide and seek” really got me 😂
"Are you trying to make it worse?" The fact that she thinks she deserves sympathy is insane.
Yeah this is just one example of her repeated insistence that they need to be doing more to make her comfortable. She needs soda / a cigarette / water, she doesn't want to watch the video, she's going to have a panic attack. Woman you killed someone, the police do not care about your comfort or feelings.
Yo. Can’t believe she said that. She DID it.
Ikr?? "The fact that I have to live with this is already punishment enough! Are you trying to make it worse?" Good lord. The fkn nerve of a murderer to think that "having to live with it" is somehow a fair punishment 🙄
There's a reason why attorneys dodged this like a bullet.
The delusion is completely unreal with her. She's talking as if she's gonna go home after the interrogation and carry on with her life. Her recording it, is just mind blowing
16:05 is by far my favorite commentary of the video. The dude sounds really annoyed that this lady can’t tell the difference between hide and seek and tag.
This case reminds me of when someone drinks at a bar/pub then drives and causes a serious injury or death and they will keep saying, "I didn't mean for this to happen!"
Either way... she left him in this suitcase on purpose but probably wasn't smart enough to understand it would be lethal... This interrogation is hard to watch for a few reasons. All I can keep thinking... is, "this is what happens when a Karen commits murder in the living room with the suitcase."
JCS, just a quick note to say thanks for all the great videos that you choose and post for us; there are great ones!!
Thing that stood out the most about half way through was how little she showed emotion towards him and his death unless it was an orchistrated speel. Usually innocent people would be beside themselves with grief if innocent
Yeah man fr! You're the first comment I saw abt this. Huge thing I was thinking abt the whole time
To be fair he was arrested several times for physical abuse. Still guilty but helps explain the apathy
As she said, it’s punishment enough that she has to live without him. 😅
Something tells me that the interrogators did not have a plan for this. They have evidence of murder and motive and they still let the suspect say she went to sleep 500 times without any pressure on her or to have her describe her actions BEFORE they show her the video.
She's worried about having a panic attack in a holding cell? Imagine how the guy she trapped in the suitcase felt.
She doesn't have panic attacks. That's just part of her act to garner pity and get herself preferential treatment, like the whole "I need water" at the crime scene.
he felt good probably
i mean the guy was physically abusive, police were involved for him beating her multiple times, hard to feel sorry for him.
I think both investigators did a good job? They were way more patient than I would be. Kudos to the investigators having to dealing with this sick woman!
This has to be one ofnthe worst interrogations I've ever watched... Trying to get a person who was blacked out drunk to answer and make sense of what they did while they were *blacked out drunk by Repeatedly, repeating the same discord/questions is like trying to talk logical to a brick wall... Being blacked out drunk is EXACTLY what it sounds like but you'll Never truly understand unless you've actually experienced it for yourself.... She fucked up big time, and will have to suffer the consequences.... If ahe had the bread for a good lawyer wouldn't be surprised if they could get it knocked down to Man1
Every bit of this is ridiculously appalling but when she says that she's not admitting anything being on purpose, like that is her pass to leave. This woman was one of the most low, cruel, foul and ignorant I have ever seen. And then asking why?!?!?!?! And they tricked her, I'm done with the internet today 😮
@Arron Benit im sorry but two wrongs dont make a right
This lady is something else 🤦♀️she sounds so ridiculous it’s sad what happened to that man she new exactly what she did and thought she was going to get away with it.
She’s worried about the ring, water, her purse, etc., but never shows concern over the man she killed. What a lovely woman.
or his familly
I get the sense they were mutually abusive and he got the worst of it.
WHY WOULD SHE BE CONCERNED ABOUT HIM, SHE'S JUST KILLED HIM & IN THE MOST CRUELLEST WAY
SO THERE'S EVERY CLUE RIGHT THERE WHY SHE'S SHOWING NO CONCERN, BECAUSE SHE'S NOT!
@Cheryl hey, I think you’re caplock is on.
"I'm worried for my life" but not worried about the life you just took from someone you were supposed to love.
It's sick. She can still only think about herself
The moment she said "my boyfriend is dead" with no emotion was already enough 😂 she might as well have a sign that says guilty. She's terrible at this.
The only question I have is, where the hell is this woman's lawyer?!
Guilty or not, she deserves legal advice.
Given detectives can easily twist an innocent man's words, it should simply be made the law that suspects must have a lawyer present when talking to detectives.
The Miranda Rights are too easily overlooked or misunderstood in these high-stress situations.
It sickens me that it takes 3 years to go to trial.
You can't argue with someone like this. It's like talking to a brick wall, she's convinced herself of her truth which is just delusional.
From the moment she called 911, I knew there was”no way, shape or form” that she’ll get to go home.