WOMAN GOOGLES HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER, PROMPTLY SHOOTS HUSBAND
How to Get Away With Murder. It’s the subject of books. People talk about it in jokes. It’s a piece of history over and over and over. But what it shouldn’t be is what you Google right before shooting your husband to death. You’d think that’s obvious, right? Well, not to everyone. One woman in Texas is now accused of killing her husband shortly after doing research on how to get away with murder. Shouldn’t this be another Florida story? Maybe don’t kill anyone, but especially after Googling how to kill. And her murder plan didn’t cover the after, at all.
GOOGLING MURDERESS BLAMES IT ON “MASKED INTRUDER” IN MURDER PLAN
The woman is Sandra Louise Garner. The 55-year-old is now being held on $2 million bond. But that was after police officially charged her with murdering her husband, Jon. It seems that Sandra’s New Year’s Resolution was to kill her husband. She managed to do that without ado on January 2nd. That was the day that Sandra called 911 and reported that a masked intruder had killed her husband Jon. They were at home in Mayperal, Texas. But that was all part of her murder plan.
IMAGINARY PATSY ONLY HAD A BEEF WITH HUBBY, LET HER LIVE
According to Sandra, two gunshots woke her up. Then saw a masked man holding a gun walking thru their house. Sandra also said that the intruder let her live as he only had a gripe with her husband. Next the masked man took 18 Grand from their safe. Then he told Sandra to go into the bathroom and for her to count to 100. She claimed that he said he’d come back to kill her if her heard sirens.
DELETE YOUR COOKIES, DITCH THE MURDER WEAPON, MAYBE JUST DON’T KILL YOUR HUSBAND
Unfortunately for Sandra, she left a lot of virtual evidence for authorities to find. When they looked thru her personal devices they quickly discovered her Googling “how to kill someone and not get caught” online. But she also left some physical evidence as well. Police recovered the gun used to kill Jon in Sandra’s car.
So far Sandra hasn’t entered a plea. But I suggest stupidity.