Sunday, September 12, 2010

Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation: The Sheila Deviney Murder Case- Monday at 9:00 PM EST

By Sheryl McCollum, Holly Hughes and Susan Murphy Milano

Sheila Deviney (right), 30, died on January 6, 2004, when her mobile home, located about one mile east and one mile south of Maysville, Oklahoma, burned to the ground. She was murdered. It should be no surprise that Sheila had been married to an abusive, controlling man. They had a court date over past-due child support scheduled the next day. According to eye witnesses, her ex-husband was at the home, although by law not allowed on the premises. He and another friend destroyed evidence and took items from the home.

In Garvin County, Oklahoma, what the heck are they trying to do now on the Sheila Deviney murder case? Escalated, threats and cover-up has heated when Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation first featured this case in August. Now, the State is trying to destroy crucial evidence in the case.

On Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation will be the family of Sheila Deviney and Shannon Kile with The Eleventh Commandment, Monday, September 13, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST

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1 comment:

Sandra L. Brown, MA said...

How does pathology weave it self into a whole 'system' that seems to be as controlling and deviant as the abuser? What is sometimes most shocking is not that people get murdered, it's what happens in a system that can collaborate with the murderer by not seeking justice, and even preventing justice. So glad you gals are on this!

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