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Woman Accused Of Murdering Her Husband Smiles During Mug Shot Photo
h/t Mensactivism.org by anthony
Story here. Excerpt:
‘Authorities say an Allen woman accused of killing her husband was determined to finish the job but made no attempt to flee the bloody scene.
Charles Shanks, 49, was stabbed, beaten with a stone and had his wrists cut in the couple’s home Sunday, police said.
His wife, 51-year-old Kimberly Shanks, was being held Tuesday in the Collin County Jail, charged with murder. Unlike most people in her situation, she smiled for her mug shot.
She was being held in lieu of $100,000 bail. No attorney had been named to represent her, according to jail records.’
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