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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Or series about elizabeth smarter and eliza arrest elissa would have to tell her about court proceedings. Her incarceration appeals or any future events. If eliza were to violate this agreement the consent judgment that authorized it will become void. Elissa is serving her time. At the chiller coast correctional center a state prison for women in chile coast livingston county missouri. I apologize if i pronounced that wrong. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode. I also want to give a shoutout to.

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

07:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"This study found turban trend among violent offenders transferred to adult court more often than not only the high profile cases were transferred while others replaced on probation or even released. There were strong inconsistencies in how children under twelve were prosecuted under the law berry. Del lucas was fourteen when he murdered his al jaber teacher and two students. He dressed up like a wild west gunslinger locators walked from his house to his fifth period class armed with a hunting rifle and two handguns as he began shooting. He was heard saying this. Sure beats the hell out of algebra. Doesn't it a quote from the stephen king novel rage lucas's parents divorced. When his mother found his father was having an affair. She grew increasingly suicidal afterwards and would often speak of joint suicide that included her son. Locators was being treated for clinical depression and suffered relentless bullying at school at trial. His defence attorney pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity citing messianic and delusional thoughts the jury thought otherwise and sentenced him to life sentences and an additional two hundred five years without the possibility of parole. The responsibility of being a parent must take precedence over any other priority in our lives. It is one job we must not fail to do. Our absolute best every single day of our lives until we can no longer walk this earth. The impact apparent can have on our child's life is a measurable and it begins the moment that the child takes his first breath of air. If we fail our responsibilities as parents an act selfishly. The results of our actions are not hard to predict and overwhelmed. Division of child and family services need the funding and resources to properly care for those children cast aside by those unable to parent. The life of a child is too valuable to waste and we must do better as a society to ensure a stable environment for all children if we turn our backs on the neglected and abused children.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

04:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"To be elissa. Elissa attorney said quote. No blood from elizabeth was found on anything that was seized from that home in quote. The had psychologist's take the stand. And said eliza was quote psychologically damaged and severely emotionally disturbed. They went on to testify that she suffers from major depression and has the.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"The death penalty would be on the table as a possibility. There are only twenty two states that used a dual jurisdiction system. Missouri is one of them if the jury decides that elicit is guilty. She could be imprisoned until she turned twenty one. At which time she will get a new hearing at the new hearing. They would see if she had been rehabilitated. In prison or not that brings up a whole conversation in itself. Prison usually work as far as rehabilitating prisoners or does it not in the end elissa would be tried as an adult. Of course her defense lawyer kurt. Valentine was not happy about the decision. He said quote. We're throwing away the child and we are signing a death sentence for elissa. She's not going to survive her time. In cole county jail elissa had confessed. Taken the police to eliza this body but she still pled not guilty. She was held without bond while she was in jail. She began self mutilating with her fingernails. So they had to clip them. She was under a suicide watch. Elissa lawyer filed a.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

12:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Grave she started piling leaves and dirt on top elissa returned home and decided to write in her diary quote. I just fucking killed someone. I strangled them and slit her throat and stabbed them. Now they're dead. I don't know how to feel at the moment. It was amazing as soon as you get over the own my god. I can't do this feeling. It's pretty enjoyable. I'm kinda nervous and shaky though right now. -kay i gotta go to church now. Ll in quote elissa. Harried off to the church dance like nothing happened. Meanwhile hundreds of people were exploring the woods desperately seeking non-euro elizabeth a week before she took elizabeth's young life. She wrote in her diary quote. If i don't talk about it a bottle it up. And when i explode someone's gonna die. An anonymous letter pointed to elissa and the police started to investigate the teenager the day she didn't show up to school. She was with her sixteen year old boyfriend who was questioned eight times by the missouri state highway patrol and fbi. Over seven days. Her boyfriend told authorities that elissa had mentioned her. Little sister's friend was missing and the police had searched her house. The boyfriend went on to say that. He down a black or box. Cutter and melissa's backpack a weapon that the prosecution said was much smaller than the knife used in the murder. Elicits boyfriend denied knowing about elizabeth's death until being informed of it by the fbi which calls him to become ill and later he threw up the court filing which sought to block the boyfriend from being called to testify. The trial said the boyfriend later failed a polygraph test but he was never charged with a crime. Elissa broke down and finally told the sergeant once she arrived at the side of the hole that she began to strangle elizabeth while she was facing her that she strangled her multiple times and stabbed her in the chest about six or seven times and the end. She sliced her throat after her confession. She took the sergeant to where elizabeth's corpse was in the woods two days after the murder this was after. She misled the police quite a few times. These woods have been combed over more than once even in that particular spot. The sergeant said quote. She knew exactly where it was. Let us directly to it. It wasn't well covered once. She pointed out the area and you looked a little bit closer. You could see that. She was only a few inches if that under the ground and you could see body parts. That came up covered with mud. It's a pretty horrifying homicide. Rumors started to spread like wildfire around the small town of saint martin's the coal county. Sheriff greg white did not want to contaminate the jury polls even though he was aware of how badly the community wanted to know everything they knew. The community was only aware at the time that a teenage girl was the person of interest. What they did not know was that the police had found this teenagers diary. They found it hidden under a blanket. Which.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

04:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Eliza mentally. Nothing excuses murder. We all knew that many think it is just sad and unfortunate that she didn't have her parents and she seemed to be psychologically unstable with no one in her life that made sure she was mentally and a better place. Neither of her parents were in her life as we know and she was spiraling out of control at her grandmother's. Maybe this could have been prevented. If the right steps had been made other people do go through way worse situations and have the strength to fight other. People don't process things the same way just like how she was self mutilating on top of taking depression medications as a way to cope many people that deal with mental illness. Don't self mutilate something that cognitive behavioral therapy would be the most beneficial treatment for eliza to overcome her negative thoughts ultimately. It was elissa. Who made the decision to take her own pain out on an innocent nine year old and she was found to be mentally stable at the time of the trial. It's suspected that the reason why she dug two graves is because they were probably for her twin brothers. Police came to this conclusion since she liked to torture her brothers and enjoyed seeing them and pain. They believed the only reason she didn't kill them. I is because she had an opportunity right at her fingertips to easily murder. Someone else in that moment now. Elissa has never said that herself. This is all police speculation. She may never even say washy dug two graves. None of us know whether she planned to strike again. Or if.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

02:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"And seemed mad at the world on top of her being depressed. She was on medication for her depression but she was still cutting herself as a coping mechanism when she was emotionally distressed. Her best friend said that elissa once said quote. I just wonder what it would be like just to kill someone see the life just drain out of someone a wonder what it would feel like that type of power to take that away from someone in quote elicit didn't show up for school the day after elizabeth disappeared. Which was odd. This was the first time ever. That elissa didn't show up to school without a doctor's excuse the next day a few weeks before elizabeth disappeared. Elissa made a tweet..

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The neighborhood. A day after Elizabeth's disappearance, a tip led investigators to Eliza. Around. The same time what seemed to be a fresh grave was discovered behind the Teenagers House. Elicit confessed that she dug it explaining to an investigator that she liked digging holes. That grave was empty but presumably given elissa strange behavior investigators zeroed in on her as a suspect they seized her diary during a search and discovered that the final entry had been scribbled over with a blue pan. At. First. Apparently, the only word they were able to make out were slit and throat. But this was enough to have them bring Olisa in for questioning. She soon, confessed to the murder and led investigators to the grave where she buried Elizabeth's body. Using a blue light. They were eventually able to recover all of lists censored text. Revealing written confession. Given the brutality of the premeditated crime Elissa was tried as an adult. Her trial was scheduled for two thousand twelve but first, prosecutors offered elissa bargain. She'd served ten to thirty years in prison. So long as she pled guilty to second degree murder and armed criminal action. She accepted. The deal outraged Elizabeth's mother Patty Price. She didn't think Elissa deserved clemency. As price testified during lists arraignment. So..

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:19 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Just before a fight could break out between the siblings Elizabeth heard pounding at the door. It was Emma a six year old neighbor from down the street she wanted to play Elizabeth immediately turned to her mother pleading for permission to join Emma outside to her delight her mother agreed just as long as Elizabeth was home in time for dinner at six. Elizabeth didn't need to be told twice in seconds she was out the door. Already, the sun was setting casting long shadows across the thick forest beyond Elizabeth's backyard. She didn't have long before darkness fell. So Elizabeth and Emma made the most of their hour of play. All the while Emma's half sister Eliza lingered near by watching them. Elizabeth wasn't sure what to make of Elissa. She was a teenager with all the Moody Miss that implied sometimes, she made upsetting jokes on the other hand she was usually nice to Elizabeth and she seemed cool and grownup. So when Eliza said, she had something to show her Elizabeth only hesitated for a moment before allowing the other girl to lead her into the forest. Ama- didn't get the invite at first that made. Elizabeth Proud. She alone was mature enough for Eliza. But the fun walk through the woods quickly became a nightmare. Elizabeth never emerged from the forest alive but Eliza did. Later that evening Eliza strode into her room and shut the door quickly her heart raced adrenaline surge through her veins. Her bedroom was her safe-space a haven where she could calm down in process what had happened bizarre phrases poems and sketches were scrawled on the wall some in pen and others in blood too many times elicits powerful emotions had welled up and threatened to overwhelm her she needed to let them out. The walls were living diary capturing her darkest impulses. She also had a literal diary which she soon flipped open to the first blank page. With a deep breath Eliza scrawled quote I just killed someone I strangled them and slit their throat and stabbed them. Now they're dead I don't know how to feel at the moment. It was amazing. As soon as you get over the Oh my God I can't do this feeling. It's pretty enjoyable. I'm kind of nervous and shaky though right now K I gotta go to Church Now L. O. L.. Once. The confession was on paper she smiled with relief then she shut the book and walked out of the room. Elissa was at peace. Up next investigators determine how and why Eliza murdered Elizabeth. Listeners who doesn't love a good ghost story rattling chains mysteriously moving objects unfinished business. I am ready for all things spooky and so is podcast network starting October. First, we're bringing you the scariest most hair raising ghost stories ever imagined every Thursday on the new original series haunted places go stories Alistair murden summons, a new spine, tingling tale of rates, phantoms, and chilling apparitions. These stories come from all over the world including Japan. India the UK and even ancient Rome. Don't miss stone cold classics like the Kit bag by Algernon. Blackwood a sinister account of condemned murderers final wish and the links he'd go to fulfill it and the mecer. Raerae a Spanish tale of a wandering musician who here's a terrifyingly beautiful song in a burned-out monastery and is doomed to capture. It's notes. Until he dies you can find and follow haunted places ghost stories free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and don't forget October is our favorite month and one of our busiest. So make sure search podcast network in the spotify search bar to see all our new shows. Ship is delivery done differently, their expert shoppers pick up fresh groceries, household essentials, and even pet supplies from local stories. You love you can get everything delivered to your door and as soon as one hour. So you can save time for the good stuff like perfecting bat freshly baked loaf of bread or getting around to reading that novel that's been collecting dust for the past month or so you're shopper will keep you updated with texts from the I'll. Pick in season products like a total probe got full shoppers, unbelievably fresh produce and peace of mind. That's the difference shipped makes try same-day delivery for yourself at chip dot com slash true crime today. That's S. H. I. Dot Com slash. True Crime. Now back to the story. On October twenty, first two, thousand, nine, fifteen year old Eliza Bustamante murdered nine year old Elizabeth Olten that night she wrote in her diary that the homicide figures. Amazing. My guest host Carter Roy is going to take over from here to discuss a motives and the investigation that led police to her door. Thanks Vanessa. Analysis, Journal held all her darkest secrets. It was one of the only records of her inner turmoil. Most were friends believe she was kind friendly and above all and normal teenager. But her life was anything but normal. Elissa grew up in an unstable environment with their parents spent time in jail her mother for drug and alcohol abuse her father for assault. When she moved in with her grandparents in two thousand, two things seemed to turn around at least from the outside. A few trusted friends knew about her suicide attempt when she was thirteen or the fact that she was briefly institutionalized afterward. Olis' online persona however did hint at her obsession with death. Her my space in Youtube profiles alluded to self harm and quote killing people. Her tweets were also alarming, but few people took her posts seriously. Maybe. Everyone wrote them off as teen. Angst. Meanwhile elicits real life behavior became more disturbing. She dug and filled numerous empty graves in her backyard rehearsing for the eventual murder she planned to commit. She needed was a victim. It's unclear why Elissa targeted her nine old neighbor. Sheen Elizabeth never fought and elicit didn't hate the young girl. As she later explained. Elissa killed her because according to highway. Patrol Sergeant. David Rice. She merely quote. Wanted to know what it felt like. On the evening of October twenty first she dispatched her half sister Emma to someone Elizabeth from her house. Then, she led the girl into the forest. There she strangled Elizabeth stabbed her and slit her throat. The crime was so senseless that local investigators who are joined by concerned residents, and later by the FBI didn't know where to start when her mother reported Elizabeth Missing. Ping's from Elizabeth cellphone authorities to the wooded area near.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Shipped. Done differently, their expert shoppers, pickup, fresh groceries, household essentials, and even pet supplies from local stories you love. Get everything delivered to your door and as soon as one hour. About, full shoppers, unbelievably fresh produce and peace of mind. That's the difference shipped makes try same-day delivery for yourself at dot com slash true crime today. Once again, that's S. H. I. P. T. dot com slash true crime. Today is Wednesday October Twenty First Two thousand twenty on this day in two thousand nine Alissa Bustamante killed her nine year old next door neighbor Elizabeth old ten boost monty was only fifteen years old when she committed the murder. Welcome to today in true crime a podcast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes. Listener discretion is advised extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today I'm joined by our guest host Carter Roy from obituaries together, he and I delve into the lives and relationships between two historical figures in each episode. Carter is here to discuss the aftermath of today's story while I'll cover the narrative. Thanks for having me Vanessa, today, we're covering.

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on World's Finest Geeks Podcast

World's Finest Geeks Podcast

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on World's Finest Geeks Podcast

"Which is not a bad deal. No it's not a bad deal but i gotta tell you something. I'd rather have that penny a month. I'm no sports fans. I don't get no company company. That likes sports so maybe i need that one penny a month instead of on their that's funny joking. It's a great deal for someone to get it and of course <hes> the disney streaming service is not just going to launch what like nothing on it. They're supposed to have like seven thousand episodes of various tv shows over three hundred movies. They're going to have original movies that they're shooting. <hes> they're gonna have original movies that are not going to go be released in theaters that have already been shot that they're gonna move straight to the disney streaming service and they're going to be doing a original shows so we have shows from marvel. We have shows from pixar. We have shows from <hes> lucasfilm lucasfilm's and we're going to be rebooting some stuff so we're gonna get a brand new home alone for this new generation brand new nightmare night at the museum brand ainu dire wimpy kid and cheaper by the dozen. I'm gonna go ahead and tell you that. I don't give a shit about any of those intellectual properties rebuild them go ahead and we still have the old wins if we wanna watch them not to mention and here's what i am excited for our clone wars season seven and demand lori and for those of you who know what i'm talking about talking about star star wars and probably talking about the best telling of star wars clone wars firefighter nice. That's what i hear. You're the starrewards junking up me but they also going to have a few marvel t._v. Shows which we heard some news about earlier this week where you're going to have the low-key t._v. Show which supposedly is going to connect to <hes> thor love and thunder apparently loki is going to take place after the events of vendors a game which you know he steals the tesseract and he just pretty pretty much balances so once he bounces he's gonna be jumping throughout human history change in historical events and somehow he's going to end up with may owner and give it to jane foster played by natalie portman which why but anyway <hes> james funniest thing. I've heard all week. That's pretty james. Amy foster become the mighty thor and then we're going to get for lovin thunder. I i mean. I like that though i mean that that that's how it's gonna lead into to it i hadn't heard that but they're also going to do a series called one division on the disney streaming service right that is going to obviously feature the scarlet witch and vision and it's all going to connect to the next doctor strange movie doctor strange's doctor. I'm sorry doctor strange the multi verse of madness which comes out directly after one division like maybe a month or two. They haven't given us a timeframe but now this is because <hes> elizabeth olten is actually gonna play one. That's what i was gonna. Ask you yeah she's gonna be. He wanted to maximov in one division and and she's actually going. It's been confirmed that she is actually going to be in the doctor. Strange movie movie so i like how they're gelling all these things together with the new with the new marvel studios face for <hes> and you can see almost why all of the marvel t._v. Shows are canceling because now other t._v. Shows are gonna go directly into movies so i think that's that's pretty cool. Yeah i do too. I do too it. It looks like when you really like look at that face for schedule with the series in the movies. Everything looks fleshed out so let's see what happens. You know i yeah i think it's going to be. I think he's going to be good. <hes> i'm not i'm not gonna lie. I am not interested in wanda vision. <hes> <hes> low key seems like it could be fun right. <hes> it seems a lot like the dc legends of tomorrow though yeah you know that's a good comparison right there so oh. I don't know i mean i like legends. I like some seasons more than others and some episodes less than anything i've ever seen right but but i liked all the historical innuendos all the historical figures. All the ways almost change the past. It'd be interesting to see what local low-key loki does what the entire universe has disposal. Even though i'm pretty sure they're gonna stick to earth yeah <hes>. It's we'll see what happens i'm looking for. I'm just so glad that he's coming back back to you know that these big actors from movies are coming to t._v. To do these series now because it's really given us a golden age television looks like it's only gonna get better speaking of a golden age in television and superheroes okay it is going to say i think i know what you're moving to now. <hes> is the only is now. I'm telling yeah i had not seen anything about the show until the last i think the last podcast or one of the lap. I don't know you showed me the trailer <hes> <hes> when we were on the air and i was just like whoa that looks crazy dot ro razi so the boys also in like a day or two. I've got to tell you so. There's eight episodes boys. It's been out for about a month now and vince has been telling me how how how are we doing this. And how are you into this stuff and you have autry heroes or not watched the boeing and i'm just like i don't know if i want to see what i was thinking. It was going to be like maybe maybe kick ass or something. Just like you know this. Maybe boys kicks kick asses ass. It's the craziest series stories ever seen so. I'm just gonna tell you last night before. We're doing this podcast. I told you i'm going to watch the first two episodes so i watched them last night and i'm a recap of the first episode assoc because i watched it all in in two days so it's kind of a blur to me. They're of awesomeness. So in the first episode you're introduced to this team called the boys who are pretty much. <hes> i dunno. I know to help me fill in the blanks with the names and stuff but they're owned by a corporation pretty much. It's super. It's a justice league owned by a corporation right soups. Those are the soups and basically they are. They are there to save the world there to save the world and do are they. I don't know if they're paid for it. I don't know if we've gotten there. You will find out that they they do have their cooperation and they're corporation. Their job is to maintain lean tain all of the advertisement sales. All the movie deals movie deals. They actually play in their own movies. It's it's it's it's crazy like this is justice boy go on. This is what the world would this is. What superheroes would be if they are in the real world that they would be run by corporations and i don't wanna get too political. How about the first ars episode a train. That was crazy like you know they set up. This first episode no spoilers because i haven't seen the whole thing yet but it's look spoil what you've seen <music> spoiler alert. It's looking like one of the main characters who i found. I'm like this guy looks familiar turns out he's randy quaid and meg ryan son by the aw i knew he looked familiar looks like quake so he's like he works at a stereo shop or whatever you wanna call it and he's got his girlfriend coming in meeting him. They're going into lunch and you're like oh. These are the these are the main characters the movies or anything about it all of a sudden boom she gets blasted by a flashlight superhero and it gets splattered all over the place speedster speedster there you go like on the on the road and it's just like the camera pans back and you see this in the trailer taylor but like he's still holding her hands and it's just like what the fuck is going. What did i just see what the fuck is exactly going on here. When i saw that i was like what fun but i was not expect i was expecting that maybe to be in the teaser not a main part of the story so now. I'm convinced that this the guy that this kid because he's he's young. He's in his early twenties. I'm figuring this is gonna be the super villain of the movie. I'm like this is going to be the motherfucking super villain of the movie. Didn't you think that too. I mean at the series rather i mean. I honestly thought that this was a real world tag. I went into why wouldn't he turned to dockside oxide after some like that. Well look only into the second episode so i don't know happens. Keep bears. No i don't even know i don't even know what happens by this. I i watched the whole thing is all a blur so i don't even know what you're up to all right so i mean the first episode just introduces them in everything. Train runs through the bitch and you're introduced by fucking looking bad ass karl urban as man. What's the guy's name bloodshed. I should have had this ready man but anyway he's kind of like a bounty eight hundred but he's disguised as like an f._b._i. Person and he is so great in this role karner caller. Karl urban is played. Judge dredd in the latest reboot. He's played aide belly the butcher okay the butcher that the butcher okay billy the butcher and he has bad ass in this movie and then i was surprised to see elizabeth shue shoe playing the leader of how fucking bad as well. You don't even know yet yeah. No don't even know yet. I'm only early into the second episode. Did you see what what the deep did. In the off. The deep is an aquaman like character. You know the character and he's the biggest of all time and he's played by pretty boy chase crawford. Who was i think gossip girl or something but he does a good job like just playing a dick so just wrap this up real quick the boys the premise is a bunch of superheroes who start or or have a corporation and the corporation has five main superheroes over the united states and then they have a bunch of superheroes in every little development and obviously they're go as a corporation is to make more and more and more and more and more money at the expense of the little people who the superheroes is trying to save in the first place. The superheroes are all pretty much wrangler fucking people which makes them all assholes right because anymore. That's not to say they don't have superpowers sup. You know most of them. Do all of superheroes have superbug. Their dick heads their heads. They're asshole just regular payday you hold out hope that like maybe one of them the leader leader homeland dare so then we have who is like what the captain america superman he he is the super captain america man and then at the end of the episode the last the first episode the last shot you see his homeland or taken down a civilian fucking plane who is a <hes>. I believe he's like a <music>. Wow was that in the first episodes in the first episode.

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"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth olten" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Three counts of murder and pleaded not guilty. While imprisoned and awaiting trial. They wrote love letters to each other from their respective jails in one of these Jeremy proposed marriage and jasmine accepted. Jasmine was convicted and became the youngest person in Canadian history to be found guilty of multiple counts of murder. She received the maximum sentence allowed by law, which due to her young age was just ten years of intensive rehabilitative custody and supervision. She served her time and was set free and given a new identity in two thousand sixteen Canadian authorities have called her a poster child for rehabilitation Jeremy stanky was also. Oh, convicted and was given three licenses to be served concurrently with the possibility of parole. After twenty five years, a few years later in fifteen hundred miles away. Another teenage girl was planning a brutal crime. That would make her one of the youngest killers and Missouri's history Alissa Bustamante is life, didn't get off to the best start born to a neglectful team other and a father who served ten years in jail for salt Elissa was in the care of guardian by the time she was seven her grandparents took in Elissa, and her siblings, bringing them to live in their home on a quiet, rural Rhode Missouri. They tried to give her a sable home, but Elissa remain troubled she attempted suicide several times during her childhood and received both inpatient and outpatient treatment for depression, and was put on medications, including Prozac like many teens Elissa was active on social media. She kept profiles on my space, Facebook and YouTube. Ab where she listed, her hobbies as killing people and cutting, she posted disturbing videos on YouTube, including one in which she convinces her twin nine year old brothers to touch, and electrified fence just before the clip. She writes, this is the good part. This is where my brothers get hurt. Elissa fantasized about killing she confided in her best friend that she had often wondered what it would be like to kill someone but a friend chucked it off as just talk. Nobody realize that Eliza wasn't just talking the fifteen year old was actively planning to commit murder one Friday morning in October. There was no school. So Willis got up, went to the woods behind her house and spent the day digging two graves. Then she waited. She hung out with friends and kept going about it as if everything was normal. She knew she wanted to kill someone. She was just waiting for the opportunity to pounds. There is some speculation that Eliza dug two graves because she planned to kill her little brother's. She enjoyed inflicting pain on them as evidenced by the videos. She posted on YouTube, but her brothers would not end up becoming her victims. Instead Elizabeth choose. To murder her neighbor. Nine year old Elizabeth, Olten Elisabeth was a girly girl with big Brown eyes and Brown hair, she loved horses, and the color pink, Elizabeth and Elissa live, just a quarter mile apart, and Elizabeth liked to play with lists younger sister on the afternoon of October. Twenty first two thousand nine Elizabeth had gone to elicit house to play with Elissa six year old sister. She left around six fifteen in the evening to walk home, but Elissa called her on her cell phone and asked her to come back. Elizabeth trusted Eliza. They lived in the same neighborhood and sometimes play together. So when Elissa lead Elizabeth into the woods behind their houses, she probably would have gone willingly. Once Elissa had Lert Elizabeth into the woods. She beat her stabbed her slashed her wrists, and neck and strangled, her with her bare hands. Eliza then placed Elizabeth's body in the grave. She had prepared and covered it with soil and leaves that night, Elissa road diary about murdering Elizabeth though, she later scribbled over the entry investigators were able to read, what she had written. It read I just fucking killed someone. I strangled them in slipped their throat and stop them and other dead. I don't know how to feel at the moment. It was amazing as soon as you get over the own my God, I can't do this feeling is pretty enjoyable. I'm kind of nervous and shaking the right now K I gotta go to church now. Elo. On the night of her murder Elizabeth's parents have been expecting her to return home around six fifteen or six thirty knowing that Elizabeth was afraid of the dark. Her parents, started searching for her almost immediately. And search teams were assembled by seven thirty that night. They scoured the woods behind Elizabeth home searching right in the area where Eliza had buried her, but Elissa I concealed the body well enough that they were unable to find her police originally theorized, Elizabeth was abducted probably by an adult male, but rumors swirled around the small community and soon enough police confirmed that they had found evidence, connecting Elissa to the murder they arrested the teenager who confessed to the crime and led police to Elizabeth's body Elissa was charged with first degree murder, and made her first quarter appearance on November seventeenth two thousand nine though shadow already confessed. She chose to plead not guilty and even though she was fifteen at the time of the murder, the judge decided that she would be tried as an adult and her trial was set for may of two thousand eleven while she was in custody awaiting trial, a distraught Eliza was placed on suicide watch an event. Move to a psychiatric hospital evaluation. After several delays elicit trial was finally set to begin in late January of two thousand twelve she faced a possible license in prison without the possibility of parole. Instead, Elissa avoided trial by pleading guilty to second degree murder and armed criminal action. She was sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole. After thirty five years. While the Canadian Justice system prohibit sentences of longer than ten years for fenders younger than fourteen. No such restriction exists in the United States throughout the nineteen ninety s during a national panic over an increase in violent crimes committed by juveniles. Many states enacted laws making it easier to try juvenile criminals as dolts resulting in thousands of young people receiving licences without the possibility of parole. And some even being sentenced to death between nineteen ninety and two thousand ten the number of juveniles and adult jails went up nearly two hundred thirty percent a few landmark supreme court rulings have attempted to reform the juvenile Justice system, including two thousand five ruling forbidding death sentences for crimes committed by juveniles and another in two thousand twelve forbidding life without parole sentences for juveniles, except in the most extreme cases where an offender is. To be irrevocably corrupt. The court also ruled that all prisoners who had been since alive without parole for crimes. They committed before their eighteenth birthday would be eligible for recency. While those decisions have offered a glimmer of hope to juvenile offenders, many prosecutors have fought back against early release. A Michigan alone. Prosecutors filed motions to uphold licenses in two hundred twenty nine other three hundred sixty three cases eligible for review arguing that those sixty three percent of cases met the irrevocably corrupt exception. Today in the United States more than two thousand prisoners are serving life without parole for crimes. They committed as juveniles on any given day. There are ten thousand juveniles incarcerated in adult prisons with most of them, having no access to education and rehabilitative services, while they're, they're juveniles held in adult prisons are five times, more likely to be sexually assaulted, and our thirty six times more likely to commit suicide than those held in juvenile facilities compared to adults juvenile's are more likely to be harmed by exposure to stress and trauma, but they're also more likely to benefit from rehabilitation kids were placed in the adult system are thirty four percent. More likely to be rearrested than their counterparts remain in juvenile courts. Today, the girl, formerly known as jasmine Richardson is a free woman, if she doesn't commit any more crimes the now. Twenty five year olds record will remain sealed, and she will go on living with new identity and an undisclosed location, and we'll have the opportunity to build a productive normal life announcing her complete freedom in two thousand sixteen a Canadian judge told her I think your parents and your brother would be proud of you, clearly, you cannot undo the past, you can only live each day with the knowledge that you can control how you behave, and what you do each day. Eliza boost. Monte is also twenty-five. She is incarcerated at a women's prison in Missouri where she will remain for another twenty five years before she is eligible for parole at the age of fifty. For true crime anytime. Download the murder minute app or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.

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