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THOMAS STACK - CYNTHIA GALENS THE MURDEROUS MARGARITA MIXER

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                                   THOMAS KEVIN STACK

1982 - 1986 - Thomas Kevin Stack, a native of Syracuse, New York,  is a Senior
                  Airman stationed at Travis AFB, California. After a stint in the Marine
                  Corps, Stack enlisted in the USAF.

                    After his discharge Stack works as a Radiation Technician at a nuclear
                    power station.

2007 - Air Force Veteran, Thomas Kevin Stack(45) is in the Veterans Affairs (VA)
          hospital in Canandaigua, New York.

          Stack is being treated for alcohol abuse. His medical history includes
          alcoholism, bipolar disorder and depression. He has previously been
          admitted several times to both the Bath VA Medical Center and the
          Canandaigua VA Medical Center for alcohol abuse.
 
                                   CYNTHIA GALENS

         While at Canadaigua, he meets Cynthia Galens (49), a 30 year employee 
         of the Veterans Hospital. Galens is employed as an Substance Abuse
         Counselor.
 
Cynthia Galens lives in Farmington, New York. Her employment record reflects
Housekeeper, Mural Artist, Substance Abuse Counselor and Clerical Aide, all at
the VA Medical Center in Canandaigua.

Cynthia had two failed marriages. Her first marriage was to David Barber with whom
she had a son, Matthew Barber. At 19 Matthew was on the brink of entering college.
On a night out with friends, Matthew died of a drug overdose after taking a mixture of
marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs. He died in his sleep at his father's home.
Relatives "The tragedy sent Cynthia into an emotional tailspin."

Cynthia's second marriage is to David Galens with whom Cynthia had a daughter,
Emily.

Emily is residing with her mother in a townhouse.

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                                          DATING THE PATIENT

         4 days after meeting Thomas Stack, Cynthia asks him to move in with her.

         After his discharge from the VA hospital, Thomas Stack resides with Cynthia
         in an off and on fashion.

                                  ORDERS OF PROTECTION & LYING TO POLICE

2007 -  2008 -  Thomas Stack is admitted several times to the VA hospital
                      for alcohol abuse.

Cynthia Galens
"He was emotionally and physically abusive."

Three orders of protection are issued to Thomas Stack - they forbid him from having
contact with Cynthia Galens. In one instance, Cynthia Galens writes to the judge
requesting he rescind the order.

2008 - January - Cynthia Galens files a police report stating that Stack threatened
                         to kill her second ex-husband, David Galens, and their 16-year-old
                         daughter Emily. Stack then grabbed the phone when she tried to
                         call 911.

Cynthia Galens bails Thomas Stack out of jail.

Cynthia Galens is granted a stay-away order that Stack violates by telephoning
Cynthia repeatedly.

Thomas Stack serves 3 months in jail.  Cynthia Galens invites him back into her home.

Cynthia Galens files a police report stating that Stack shoved her against
a microwave.

Thomas Stack is arrested again on harassment charges. Thomas Stack spend
6 days in jail. Cynthia Galens bails him out of jail.
 

Cynthia Galens
"I lied to police (on one occasion) in order to have him arrested for Second Degree
Harassment."

Cynthia Galens
"I continued to see Thomas, because he made me feel something other than
the pain of my son's death (drug overdose) in 2005.

"I was weak and he could be so wonderful. He would tell me things I wanted
to hear. I believed I could be the person who could help him, and that we could
have a future together."



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                                    CONDUCT UNBECOMING
 
2009 -  Cynthia Galens is fired from her job as Substance Abuse Counselor. She
           obtains a post as Clerical Aide at the hospital.

David Barber (former husband)
"Her friendship (with Stack) cost Cynthia her job when the (VA) hospital discovered
she was dating a patient."

Cynthia Galens
"I was fired from my job for violating the facility's policy against employees living with
patients they worked with."

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                                     PRE-MEDITATION OF A HORRIFIC ACT

 2009 - October 1 - Cynthia Galens is watching the television series "Snapped"
                            and views a program about anti-freeze (ethylene glycol
                            poisoning). The program centers on Lynn Turner, who
                            murdered, not only her husband (a policeman), but her
                            boyfriend (a fireman) by using anti-freeze.

         October 2 - Cynthia Galens gets the bright idea to use the same method
                           on her boyfriend, Thomas Stack. She purchases a container
                           of Margarita Mix and combines it with anti-freeze, knowing
                           he'll drink out of the container.

Cynthia Galens
"I only poured a shotglass of anti-freeze into the tub of Margarita mix."

"I put the cocktail in the refrigerator and went to bed early, knowing he would
drink it."

"Thomas drank most of the one gallon jug."

                                    "FEELING POORLY 

2009 - October 3 -  Thomas Stack is extremely, seriously ill.

Cynthia Galens
"Thomas was "feeling poorly" the next morning, but I left at noon to visit
the grave of my teenage son, who died of a drug overdose in 2005.

When I returned at 4 p.m., I found him unresponsive, foaming from the mouth
and breathing loudly."

Emily Galens (Daughter of Cynthia Galens)
"Mom got the idea to use antifreeze in an alcoholic drink from a TV
show called Snapped. While Thomas Stack was inside our home
suffering the effects of the poisoning, my mother discussed cutting
up his body and putting him out with the rubbish."

Dick Spencer (friend and co-worker at the Canandaigua Veterans Affairs

Medical Center)
"Cynthia Galens called me and asked me to visit her at her home that morning,
which I did. Cynthia told me then that she had laced Stack's margarita with
antifreeze. I told her twice to call 911 but she did not."

Dick Spencer leaves Cynthia Galen's home and returns to his own. He also
doesn't call 911.

           4:00 P.M. - Cynthia Galens telphones her ex-husband, David Galens
                            and requests he come to her home.

David Galens
"I checked on Stack, he was unresponsive but breathing. I told her to call 911."

Cynthia Galens
"I first called David Galens, my ex-husband, and when he turned up 20
minutes later, we agreed to call an ambulance."


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                                    EMERGENCY SERVICES

Troopers and ambulance crews respond to the 911 call. Thomas Stack is

unconscious and is immediately transported to hospital.

Cynthia Galens, doesn't bother to inform paramedics about the anti-freeze.
Neither does David Galens, Emily Galens, Pamela Colvin or Dick Spencer.

Cynthia Galens 
"I have no idea what he ingested."

Thomas Stack is convulsing and foaming at the mouth. He is rushed to
Thompson Hospital and then transferred to Strong Memorial Hospital in
Rochester.
 

                                     A CRUEL AND AGONIZING DEATH

2009 - October 8 - Thomas Stack (48) has spent the last 4 days in agony.
                            He dies in the Veterans Affairs Hospital, Canadaigua,
                            New York.

A doctor at Thompson Hospital asks Galens to produce a list of chemicals
in the home that Thomas Stack could have ingested. Galens lists chemicals
found in her garage, on the list is antifreeze.

Cynthia Galens tells the doctors "I have no idea what he ingested."

                                    ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE

Monroe County Medical Examiner performs an autopsy. Thomas Stack's
manner of death is ruled "undetermined. The cause of death is the result
of "complications of ethylene glycol intoxication."

                                    STATE POLICE INVESTIGATION

State Police review his past history hospitalizations, of alcoholism,
diagnosis of bipolar disorder and depression. They interview people
who knew both Thomas Stack and Cynthia Galens.

Captain Scott Crosier (Criminal Investigations Bureau at State Police
Troop E)
"We looked at a number of factors, the fact that she called for help, her
credible story about finding him, his severe alcohol problem. Alcoholics
have also been known to drink products containing ethylene
glycol when they do not have anything else to drink."

The death was deemed an accident, possibly a suicide or "just ingestion
of antifreeze for its alcoholic content."


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Nov 13 10 1:58 PM

                                   A TIP OFF TO POLICE

2010 - January - Cynthia Galens informs her sister of her actions.

Pamela Colvin (Cynthia Galens sister) 
"Cynthia told me that she had fed Stack the antifreeze.
She had asked Kevin and God for "forgiveness."

That same month, Cynthia Galens, accompanied by her daughter Emily,
is on a trip to visit a high school friend, Nancy Cothern, (a former
Canandaigua resident) who lives in Clearwater, Florida.

While there, Cynthia confesses to Nancy what she'd done to the margarita mix.           

                                 CLEARWATER FLORIDA TRIP        

Nancy Cothern
"When Cynthia visited me in Florida, she confessed that she caused Stack's
death by spiking his drinks with antifreeze of October of last year."
Cynthia told me that Stack was coming between her and her daughter Emily."
 
I called my friend Darc Hunt, a police officer in Clearwater. I told
her what Cynthia had said."
 
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                                      A CONFESSION OF MURDER

Officer Darcy Hunt
"I received a call on Jan. 4 from a friend, Nancy Cothern, who was very emotional
on the phone and asked me to come to her home to help.
 
Cynthia Galens was down in Florida with her 17-year-old daughter at the time.
Nancy told me that Cynthia Galens admitted to poisoning her boyfriend and that
she (Cynthia) said "I basically "got away with murder."
 
"I then reported the call to my superior officer, who told me to go and check it out."

I went to Nancy's home and found both Galens and her daughter still there.
I explained that I was an off duty police officer and was not in her jurisdiction.
I spoke to her about what I'd been told. I tell Cynthia she doesn't have to tell
me anything. I basically explained to her that she's free to go at any time, she
could fly to Jamaica if she awanted to.
 
"Even though she knew I was a police officer, she (Cynthia) told me that Stack
was emotionally abusive and she wanted him dead.

She said that he was an acoholic who emotionally abused both her and her
daughter. She said she was tired of him treating her poorly.
 
She admitted to pouring shot glasses of anti-freeze in the man's drink.
I asked her how many shot glasses she poured. Cynthia Galens did

not respond.
 
Galens didn't appear to regret what she admitted to. There was no remorse.
She was just real, real angry. She just stared off and would not look me in
the eye. She also said "I never should have told my friend."
 
She basically confessed to what she had done and at that point, hours
later when I leave, now I take the role of a police officer because now I
have substantial evidence that she committed a murder.
 
I then informed my superiors, who then contacted local (NY) authorities."


Nancy Cothern
"The next day there was not any remorse what so ever, I think there was anger,
I think she was angry at me, I think she was angry that now she knew that I
was repeating it and that she wanted to leave with her daughter."
  

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                                    POLICE INTERVIEW

Upon her return home, State Police request Cynthia Galens come

in for questioning.
 
Cynthia Galens
"I wanted to make Thomas Stack sick, not kill him."
Thomas was emotionally and physically abusive."

Investigator Mark Eifert (State Police)

"Cynthia Galens said Stack was emotionally and physically abusive,
and she decided one night to exact revenge by lacing a jug of margarita
cocktails with antifreeze."
 
"Cynthia Galens said she poured a shot glass of the sweet-smelling, syrupy
automotive chemical into a store-bought container of margarita mix, placed
the cocktail in the refrigerator and went to bed early on Oct. 2, predicting he
would drink it."

She said Stark was "feeling poorly" the next morning. At noon, she left to
pay a visit to her son's grave, a weekly ritual.

When she returned at 4 p.m., she found him unresponsive. He was foaming
from the mouth and breathing loudly. She said she first called David Galens,
her ex-husband, and when he showed up some 20 minutes later, they agreed
to call an ambulance.

Galens didn't tell paramedics about the antifreeze. She told investigators
"I was afraid for myself and "terrified for him" but opted to do nothing
because "I just thought he was sick."

"If I didn't want him around, I would've put a lot more in. I just wanted to get him
sick."

Cynthia Galens
"It's a horrible thing I did ... I miss him so much I can't stand it. I'm the reason
he's not here. He's not a good person sometimes, but nobody deserves that."

                                      GRAND JURY

2010 - January -

Cynthia Galens testifies before the Grand Jury. During her testimony
about the events surrounding Thomas Stack's death, she admits knowing
that the series "Snapped" is about women who murder.

Cynthia Galens
"In early October I saw an episode of "Snapped," which is a television show
about women who kill the men in their lives, about a woman who killed her
husband jusing anit-freeze in jello."

After hearing other witnesses, the grand jury opts for a First Degree Manslaughter
charge.


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                                   ARREST
                                   

 January 6 - Cynthia Galens (52) is arrested at her home
                            and charged with murder. She is held without bail.

                   
                                  Cynthia Galens
                  
                                     PLEA DEAL TURNED DOWN

Cynthia Galens receives a plea offer - if she will plead Guilty, in exchange
she would serve an 18 year sentence. Cynthia Galens turns down the offer.


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                                   TRIAL

Cynthia Galens enters a plea of NOT GUILTY to Second Degree Murder.
She is represented by Attorney Matthew Mix. Prosecutors are Attorney
Jeffrey Taylor and Michael R. Tantillo.


Prosecutor R. Michael Tantillo
"Cynthia Galens had many opportunities to save Thomas Stack's life."
"She (Cynthia) chose for Stack a slow, agonizing and horrific death
by telling doctors she had "no idea what he may have ingested."

 
                                   WITNESSES
 
Jeanne Beno (Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office)
"As little as four fluid ounces, roughly equivalent to a shot glass, of the
chemical is enough to kill a person. It affects the brain, lungs, liver and
kidneys."
 
"I estimate that Mr. Stack consumed between 6 to 12 ounces of ethelyn
glycol, the toxic substance in antifreeze, before he died."

"An autopsy listed the cause of death as 'complications of ethylene glycol
intoxication."

Paramedics testified that Cynthia Galens did not notify them of the ingestion
of anti-freeze by Thomas Stack.


The doctor at Thompson Hospital
"I had asked Galens to produce a list of chemicals in the home that Mr. Stack
could have ingested. She did list antifreeze, but she also included several other
chemicals found in her garage."
 
 

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 Emily Galens (19)   "Thomas Stack was a verbally and physically abusive alcoholic.
He once threatened me with a knife."

"Mother got the idea to use antifreeze in an alcoholic drink from a TV
show called Snapped.

October 3rd, while Thomas Stack was inside our home suffering the effects
of the poisoning, my mother asked for my help "moving Stack out of our home.
She discussed cutting up his body and putting him out with the rubbish as a way
to avoid a police investigation."

Dick Spencer (friend and co-worker at the Canandaigua Veterans Affairs
Medical Center)
"Cynthia Galens called me and asked me to visit her at her home that morning,
which I did. Cynthia told me then that she had laced Stack's margarita with
antifreeze. I told her twice to call 911 but she did not. I left and went home.


District Attorney Michael Tantillo
"Despite passing by a State Police barracks on your way home, you never notified
police. Why didn't you notify police?"

 Dick Spencer
"I have no answer for my actions that morning. I don't know why I did that."
 
David Galen (former husband of Cynthia Galens)
"Cynthia called me and asked me to come over. I checked on Stack, he was
unresponsive but breathing. I told her to call 911."

Prosecutor Michael Tantillo
"Why, in the months after Stack's death, did you never tell police about the antifreeze
 or his ex-wife's admission?"

David Galens
" I discussed telling police with my daughter, Emily. I felt like I should, she felt like
we should, but she just couldn't send her mom to prison." 

 Pamela Colvin (Cynthia's sister)
"My sister told me in January that she had fed Stack the antifreeze. She had
asked Kevin and God for forgiveness."
 

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Nancy Cothern "When Cynthia visited me in Florida, she confessed that she caused
Stack's death by spiking his drinks with antifreeze of October of last
year. Cynthia told me that Stack was coming between her and her
daughter Emily."
 
I called my friend Darc Hunt, a police officer in Clearwater. I told
her what Cynthia had said."
 
Officer Darcy Hunt (Clearwater, Florida Police)
Hunt testifies regarding Nancy Cothern's phone call and Cynthia Galens'
confession to her.

Even though she knew I was a police officer, she (Cynthia) told me that Stack
was emotionally abusive and she wanted him dead.

She said that he was an acoholic who emotionally abused both her and her
daughter. She said she was tired of him treating her poorly.
 
She admitted to pouring shot glasses of anti-freeze in the man's drink.
I asked her how many shot glasses she poured. Cynthia Galens did

not respond.
 
Galens didn't appear to regret what she admitted to. There was no remorse.
She was just real, real angry. She just stared off and would not look me in
the eye. She also said "I never should have told my friend."
 
She basically confessed to what she had done and at that point, hours
later when I leave, now I take the role of a police officer because now I
have substantial evidence that she committed a murder.
 
I then informed my superiors, who then contacted local (NY) authorities."
 

Capt. Scott Crosier (Criminal Investigation Bureau, State Police Troop E)

"Galens described her relationship with Mr. Stack as abusive, both physically and
emotionally. Police had responded to their address for domestic incidents several
times over the last two years.

Galens admitted to putting the antifreeze in the margarita mix, but she claims
she only meant to make him sick
 
Galen told several people, both family and friends, that she caused Mr. Stack's
death. When we got into it, it was disturbing how many people she told,
 
State police are now consulting with the Ontario County District Attorney's Office
about possibly filing charges against the people she told who did not come forward
to police.
 
I"m not not sure why she told so many people about her actions. I think she was
reaching out to people for help because she was afraid or maybe she wanted to
clear her conscience."
 

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                                  DEFENDANT TESTIFIES
Attorney Matthew Mix puts Cynthia Galens on the stand to testify in her own
defense.

Cynthia Galens describes her relationship with Thomas Stack as
"a complicated relationship."
 
Thomas Stack drank almost constantly and he was verbally abusive to me
and my daughter, who lived with us until September of last year. When the
constant fighting drove Emily out of the house, Thomas told me that he was
going to change the locks on the home and forbid any contact between me
and my daughter without an appointment. He also threatened to hurt Emily.
 .
"He was not a man of idle threats. He made others, and he followed through

on them."

Attorney Mix brought out through Cynthia's testimony that there had been
orders of protection filed against Thomas Stack.

Cynthia Galens testified "I never sought to have an order of protection
withdrawn."
 
                                     THE POISONING
 
Cynthia Galens
"In early October I saw an episode of "Snapped" about a woman who
poured antifreeze in her husband's Jell-O shot mix. That gave me the idea
to do the same thing to Thomas. If he was in the hospital, I might then have
the strength to say "enough is enough."

"I didn't see the entire show and did not know the woman's husband died."

"I did poison the margarita mix, but I didn't intend for him to die.
I wanted to make him sick enough to leave her home so my daughter
would move back. I wanted to hurt him so much he'd leave my home
for good."
 
"I poured one shotglass of antifreeze into a tub of margarita mix that I knew
Thomas Stack would drink. I wanted him out my home and sending him to
the hospital seemed like the best way to do that."

 "I told a friend that I poisoned Thomas Stack. My friend notified police in
Clearwater, Fla., who passed on the information to local investigators."

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                                     CROSS - EXAMINATION
 
Prosecutor Tantillo highlights many inconsistencies between previous testimony
during the grand jury proceeding and trial and Galens' own statements during her
grand jury testimony. Among the inconsistencies:

Cynthia Galens
"I never mentioned "chopping up" Thomas Stack's body to my daughter."

This is in direct opposition to her daughter Emily's testimony at trial a few
days before.
 
Cynthia Galens
"I only poured one shot of anti-freeze into the margarita mix."

This is in direct opposition to the determination by Jeannette Beno (Monroe
County Medical Examiner's Office) that Mr. Stack ingested between eight and
16 ounces of the toxic chemical.

Cynthia Galens
"I had no idea how much more antifreeze got into the drink."

Cynthia Galens
"I didn't know what "Snapped" was about."
 
Prosecutor Tantillo
"You testified before the grand jury and described it as a "show about murder."
 
 Why didn't you seek legal means of getting Mr. Stack out of your home?
You were the sole owner of your home, and judges issued three orders of
protection forbidding him from having contact with you?"

Cynthia Galens
"I always allowed Thomas back into my home because it wasn't that easy
to keep him out."
 
Prosecutor Tantillo
"The best that you can tell us here, is that it would be easier to poison him?"

Prosecutor Tantillo asks Galens if she'd ever asked a judge to rescind a
protection order.

Cynthia Galens
"I never sought to have an order of protection withdrawn."

Prosecutor Tantillo introduces into evidence a letter Cynthia Galens wrote to a judge
asking him to rescind the order as.

Under Prosecutor Tantillo's questioning, Cynthia Galens admits lying to police.

Cynthia Galens
"I lied to police (on one occasion) in order to have Thomas Stack arrested for
second-degree harassment."

Prosecutor Tantillo
"Why did you refuse to call 911 until hours after Mr. Stack began to
experience the effects of the poisoning?"

 Cynthia Galens 
"I don't have a good answer for that."

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CLOSING ARGUMENTS  
Attorney Matthew Mix
"While Cynthia Galens admitted to poisoning Mr. Stack, she never wanted to
kill him. "That was an outcome that she could not anticipate.
 
Instead, Cynthia just wanted to make Mr. Stack sick enough to get him out of
her house. Galens never told anyone that she wanted her boyfriend to die."
 
Prosecutor R. Michael Tantillo
"Cynthia Galen's testimony has provided all the evidence needed to convict her
of the crime. She acted knowingly, conscously and deliberately when she took
antifreeze and dumped it into the mix."

"All the evidence you need to convict Galens is Mr. Stack's death certificate
and Galens' own testimony. It's a shame she didn't do the right thing and take
responsibility for what she did."


                                         CONVICTION
 
2010 - September 23 - The case is turned over to the jury
 
4:00 P.M. - Jury begins deliberations
 
5:15 P.M. - Jury renders a verdict - GUILTY of First Degree Manslaughter.

Emily Galens buries her face into her hands, obviously distraught, while her
mother Cynthia Galens sits silent and still.


Judge William F. Kocher (Ontario County)
"Cynthia Galens is orderd to jail without bail until sentencing, set for November
10, 2010."

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                                   SENTENCING

2010 - November 11 -  Thomas and Sandra Stack, parents of Thomas Kevin
                                 Stack have attended the trial and are present for sentencing.
 
Prosecutor Tantillo
"We ask the court for the maximum of 25 years. The crime was not only
premeditated, but Galens did nothing as Thomas Stack slowly died from
the poisoning. She was only caught after a friend turned her in three months
later.

The fact she had multiple opportunities to change course and do something
to change his life and the fact she lied to the doctors which ensured his death,  
and did not do so begs the maximum verdict."
 
Cynthia Galens statement to the court
"I accept the consequences of my actions.I am sorry for all the pain I
caused everyone. I'm really sorry."


                                   VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENT
 
Sandra Stack (Mother of Thomas Kevin Stack)
"My son died in October 2009 after Galens put anti-freeze in his margarita mix.
 "I never want Cynthia Galens to see freedom again."

                                   JUDGE RENDERS SENTENCE
 
Judge William F. Kocher
"It's not as if you were captive in this house. You had many opportunities
over a 30 hour period to undo what you had done. It's just senseless what
you did."

Cynthia Galens is sentenced to 23 years in prison.


                                    REACTION
 
Attorney Matthew Mix made no comment.

Prosecutor Tantillo
Tantillo credits Nancy Cothern for telling a police officer friend that Galens
admitted to poisoning Mr. Stack.

"Realistically she was saying what she hoped would gain her a lesser
sentence. I don't believe she was sincere."
 
"She has hurt Thomas Stack's family and her own. Galen's daughter was forced
to take the stand against her during trial.
 
Galens might be paying a bigger price now for not taking responsibility before
going to trial. The evidence was overwhelming. She should have accepted it,
pled guilty, apologized and obviously chose another course."

"I have rarely had a case with such overwhelming evidence against a defendant."

Sandra Stack
"I thank Nancy Cothern for helping bring my son justice. Without her coming
forward, we may not be standing here today."

"Twenty-three years is fine. Kevin has justice. And we're so happy about the
outcome of this trial. It's been a horrific experience."


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May 15 11 6:35 AM

6-12 oz is all it takes???! I've got like a gallon of the stuff in my garage! I guess we sometimes tend to forget how dangerous ordinary house hold chemicals can be...

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