Backseat Bludgeon Thesis

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Backseat Bludgeons Maranda Johnson Daymar College Owensboro Abstract Born in sin, a woman scorn, She fell from grace. She was a murderer, insane of mind. Laughing at the voices that she heard, she was afraid of nothing. The only thing that could stop her was death, but the grim reaper was nowhere in sight. She lived, she loved, she murdered. In police custody, she concocted lies. She told stories of rape. The truth was, she murdered them, all seven of them. She was sentenced to death, and the story changed. She confessed her grisly sin, all because of money, all because of selfishness. Death by lethal injection. Aileen didn’t have an easy life from the start. She was born on February 29, 1956 in Rochester Michigan. She was abandoned as an…show more content…
She ultimately decided to become a prostitute, selling her body for money. She hitchhiked across the United States where she finally decided to make a home for herself in Florida. Aileen sold her body to numerous men and women, she also found herself in jail more than a few times for disorderly conduct and assault. (clarkprosecutor.org) In 1976, at the age of 20, Aileen met a man by the name of Lewis Fell. Fell was 69, a wealthy man, he was a Yacht Club president, and he was very comfortable in life. Eileen and Lewis fell in love and got married. The two were happy for a short time, but unfortunately Aileen could not keep herself out of trouble. She ended up in jail again for assault, it was then that Lewis realized that he could not be with Aileen because of her actions. Edward annulled the marriage, and it was dissolved.…show more content…
Aileen was arrested for murder. She was taken into custody with the cops not knowing exactly how many people that she had murdered. At first, her story was that it wasn’t murder, it was only self-defense. Aileen said that the men had tried to Rape her. She spoke to many psychiatrists over the subjects, and made many different confessions. Her story changed so many times that the psychiatrists knew that they could not be true. Aileen had several trials where she tried to convince the jury but she was not guilty of murder. But the jury saw through her lies and sentenced Aileen to the death penalty.
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