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Oct 25 08 7:45 PM

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Sheree Paulette Miller   (Photo on left is during her trial.) (Photo on right is 2007 Prison photo)

Current Status: Prisoner Earliest Release Date: LIFE
Assigned Location: Robert Scott Correctional Facility Maximum Discharge Date: LIFE

Offense: Homicide - Murder First Degree-Premeditated - Conspiracy Minimum Sentence: LIFE
Maximum Sentence: LIFE

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SHAREE DUVALL

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Oct 25 08 8:33 PM

 By all accounts Sheree Kitley had a rough upbringing and by age 16 was on her own. By 19 she was a single mother after an abusive marriage. Two marriages later Sheree met Bruce Miller when she took a bookkeeping job at his business, B&D Auto Salvage.

Things looked up when she married the boss in spring of 1999.

Mere months after marrying Bruce Miller, Sheree Miller had an affair.

By July 1999, she was engaging in adult chat rooms with an online boyfriend.

To all outward appearances the marriage was stable but there was dissension over her excessive use of the computer, her flirtations online with the friend, and Bruce's suspicions that she would travel to meet the boyfriendfriend instead of for her business. 

Sheree Miller traveled to Reno, Nevada for a Mary Kay cosmetics convention and hooked up with Jerry L. Cassaday, an ex cop working as a pit boss at Harrahs Casino.

Miller spun a tale, setting herself up as a rich businesswoman, an owner of a nursing home, and living with a disabled, brain damaged man named Jeff and his brother Bruce. According to Miller, Jeff wasn't long for this world and would die soon, leaving her free to pursue Cassaday.

Later the tale would differ and Miller would claim that Bruce was a violent Mafia Don. Yet another twist in her tale occurred and she told Cassady that Jeff had died but she had been forced to marry Bruce, the brother through family pressure.

There are posts that exist online from people who allegedly & reportedly were incarcerated with Sheree Miller. They claim that she is manipulative, smiling to your face but sneering behind your back.

After the murder Sheree Miller set up her brother-in-law Chuck and his wife Judy so they would find the body. She called them and told them Bruce was late from work and that she was worried.

Sheree Miller's grief over her husband's death was shortlived. Two days after his death she was dancing in a bar in Otisville, Michigan.

Two weeks later, she had a live in boyfriend.

Miller began rejecting Cassaday, telling him about her new boyfriend(s).

While in prison Sharee Miller was approached by Michael Denoyer who had watched a profile of her case last summer on the Oxygen Channel's true crime series "Snapped" and wrote her.

On April 15, 2008 Sharee Miller married Michael Denoyer, aged 56.

 

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Jan 2 10 6:09 PM

By the way, she is not married.  People should actually get the facts before being able to write things.  The paper said they were suppose to be married, then it said they were married, well they are not, I checked.  She is still not married and she is free as we speak on a PR bond.

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Jan 3 10 12:30 PM

John, thank you very much for the information on the biography, and on the marriage. It's interesting that the information about her "marriage" within the newspaper (source I obtained the info from) is contradictory and that you found she has not yet married him.

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Jan 3 10 8:20 PM


All you have to do is look up actual court documents.  The news paper does not have to check their sources apparently, they print anything they want.  This case interests me for various reasons.  I also found in the papers that I have collected through the years that the police told the flint journal her motive was insurance money.  However after reading actual court documents I have learn absolutely no money was left to this woman.  In the beginning of the trial the prosecutor said, "Not everyone has to have a motive, there is not a motive for what Sharee Miller did."  Not to mention later in the transcripts the detective that leaked that untrue information to the media admitted on the stand that Sharee Miller did not receive any insurance money, he made an error he said.
This is the problem that many people have.  They believe what they read, thinking the media has to find and print the truth.  Not so.  I have been following this case for years.  
I just hope that this Author is also looking deep for her information and not just taking the word of people, including officials, because everyone is subject to lying or stretching the truth.
I have emailed this Author in hopes of receiving more information on this subject.  However her web site clearly states that she is writing this book.  If you learn any information that may be helpful please be sure to write.

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Jan 4 10 2:11 PM

Unless the records are publicly online (her appeals are), I have no access to the records there, so
what I post is culled from the various news reports. That is, unless someone provides me with pertinent information on a case.  If any new information is released to the public on this case I or someone else, perhaps even yourself, will post it.

Regardless of whether she did it for insurance money, there had to be a reason, even if it's not one
she'll admit to. Perhaps she was tired of being married or some other reason.

Yes, information released to the reporters isn't always accurate, especially during the initial part of
an investigation, because things do change.

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Jan 4 10 8:13 PM

I guess what I am trying to say is, it is not for me or anyone else to judge this woman guilty.  The same society that was praising the system for locking her up is now mad at the same system for letting her out.  If they had the evidence that they needed to convict her then why did the prosecutor have to enter evidence that him as well as the judge knew was against federal law?  Probably because they did not think they had enough evidence.  To know that the justice system, in the lower courts can take it upon themselves to change federal laws to make a case is scary to me.  It is scary because those federal laws were put into place to protect people and so that people could have fair and just trials.  If our lower courts are allowed to go over the laws, what is that telling us?  That the prosecutors and judges can break the law because they "believe" someone is guilty?
If she is guilty she will get found guilty without them breaking the laws.  Remember they are the ones who are suppose to serve and protect us.  Knowing what I do now about this case and what all happened int hat court room is scary to me.  Knowing that the police, detectives, and such can lie to make a case or taint potential jury members is scary to me.  We shrug our shoulders as if the smallest thing they stretched the truth about or lied about is all right because society believes she's guilty.  What does that tell our children?  We are suppose to look up to the system, but when the system doesn't have to follow any laws, well to me even the littlest lie from the justice system is scary.  This could happen to anyone of us.  One bad decision, one bad relationship, one affair with the wrong person, one time of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and then what?  
Bottom line is every one should get a fair trial whether we believe they are guilty or not.  Everyone deserves a fair trial.  No one deserves to have laws changed in a court room setting.  
I feel that what happened is just.  A federal judge seen that what happened in the lower courts was unfair.  Now, if in fact a new trial takes place and the laws are followed this time by the system that is so against liars and she is found guilty, then at least she had a fair trial.  They same system that could not believe what a liar this woman was in fact lied about her.  What does that tell you?  The smallest lie from a detective can have a great impact on how a trial turns out.
I will continue to follow this case to the end and I really do hope that the whole truth comes out and it is fair and just.  I am starting to lose faith in this system we call fair and honest.

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Jan 6 10 8:54 AM

In your first blog you mentioned that Sharee Millers first husband was abusive to her.  That is not true.  It was her second husband and he was abusive to her children.  In court documents he was convicted of second degree child abuse, charged with first degree.  It says he gave his child six skull fractures and a linear fracture to the left side of his head.  He was also tried for sexually abusing her then six year old, but was found not guilty for lack of evidence.
After talking with Sharee Millers family and best friend at the time, Laura Ewald I learn that Miller had her mother and Laura staying at her home for nine days after her husbands death.  I asked both if it was possible that she was at the bar and both said no, that they with with her night and day until after the funeral.  Now after that they do not know what she did.
According to court documents and emails that were entered Miller and Cassadays affair began right after the marriage, not months after.
I now communicate with the Author of Sharee Millers biography.  Any questions I have she usually replies with, "Wait for the book,"  I am still awaiting the outcome of the 6th circuit court hearing that was in Ohio on October 16.

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Jan 7 10 10:19 PM

John, it's your perogative to believe in her, the same as it's mine to think that she's manipulative and instigated the killing, and is as much responsible for the murder as Cassaday was for pulling the trigger.

I don't know if you knew this or not, but while she's been out waiting for retrial she had a facebook page. When that knowledge was made public, her attorney had her pull it.

Although the federal judge ruled that the suicide note by Cassady should not have been admitted, the prosecution can appeal that decision, presumably backed up by previous law/trial precedence. Whether or not the judge changes her mind based on that motion remains to be seen. However, just because the suicide note isn't to come into the trial, there exists other evidence that did, and will, come into the next trial. The possibility exists that she'll again be convicted and resentenced on that same evidence.

Also, regarding the marriage of Sheree and Denoyer, I saw a posting/comment reputed to be from Michael Denoyer on Bonnie's Life of Crime Blog, where he stated that not only did he not marry her, but that they were no longer together. Within the same comments section, a person reputed to be Cassady's son was also posting comments.

As to to my previous blog post about the abuse, and the partying in the bar, again, I posted only what I'd found from prior news sources. 

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Jan 8 10 1:08 AM


I seen and was aware of her facebook page.  I believe the Flint Journal quoted what her attorney said.  So again it is a false statement saying "Her attorney made her pull it."  His statement to The Flint Journal said, "Sharee has pulled her page because of the unwanted media attention."  Not that he made her do it.  That is how things get started when accurate information is not given.
Yes, everyone has the right to their own opinions.  I do not fault anyone for their beliefs.  I just think that before people publish things on the internet they should make sure that they have accurate information.  Such as the statement you made about her attorney making her pull her page.  Go to Sharee Miller flint journal facebook and read the article.  Her Attorney clearly stated that she, Sharee pulled the page because the attention of the media was unwanted.
As far as I could see from the channel five video I watched she wasn't doing anything but talking to her children on that facebook, so it was a non story.
I have also seen the blogs on Bonnies Blog of Crime.  And yes I have seen "Kenny's" statement, claiming to be Jerry's son.  Well he also said in that blog that he helped his father make the IM message because he believed Sharee to be guilty.  That is accessory after the fact.  So right there he admitted to helping his father in a crime.
I still firmly believe that things should not be written without all the facts.  Maybe you should read further up on that blog, because if "Kenny" is actually Jerry's son, well then that's one more piece of evidence that wont be able to be used.  
I also went to this Williams website again, reading her blog site, she changed it and apparently she has some strong opinions too.  Unlike most people that write things about this case it seems she is looking up court documents to back up what she is saying and being told.  I think everyone should do that.  Like you said we are all entitled to our opinions.
Also you are right, there is evidence that still will come into the next trial if there is one.  I just believe that everyone should have to follow the laws, including our officials.  If in fact she is found guilty on the evidence they have then that is the way it should be.  One way or another I don't care.  What I have feelings about is the justice system.  I believe everyone has the right to a fair and just trial.  Hers wasn't fair nor just in more ways then one.  I would like to see her have a fair trial, that's all.  And she deserves that just as much as the next

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Jan 8 10 1:13 AM

person.  Anyway I became a member on the Author that is writing this next book about Sharee Miller.  Her blogging site seems to carry information that she seems to be able to back up.  www.authorterriwilliams.biz.  Very opinionated woman also.  I also see that Sharee Miller is a member on her web page.
I think you are wrong to say that I think she is innocent.  I really don't have an opinion one way or another.  It isn't that I think she is innocent.  I think she deserves something she did not get, something I would want for anyone.  A fair trial.

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Jan 8 10 9:48 AM

I apologize John, I mistook your concern over this case for support of her. I agree that everyone deserves a fair trial. 
 
As for her facebook page, I took the article to mean that her attorney advised her to pull the page, not that he pulled it, and that she complied with his advice.
 
Just because someone purports to be a family member on a blog, website etc.. doesn't mean that they are, or what they say is truth. I did check out the author's website and will be waiting to see what she has to say when the book comes out.
 
 


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Jan 8 10 10:21 AM

I understand that "Kenny" could be just about anyone.  However people should have learned something from the case that they are talking about on line in blog so much; everything can be traced back to its owner.  I mean everything.  So for someone to write something like that and claim to be Jerry's son, well they just put themselves out there.  Either way, whether it's his son or not, it took a very ignorant person, or very smart; maybe he wants to be a part of her trial.  Who knows what people are thinking these days.
I apologize if I seem so hard.  It just makes me angry when officials are not made to follow the laws too.  It also bothers me that people can use the internet to publish untrue statements.  I too am waiting for this book to come out.  Apparently the first book was wrote "based on a true story." Which doesn't always have to carry the truth.  So hopefully being that this is a biography it will carry the whole truth.
After reading "What the world needs now" on her web page I seen a story that Sharee Miller wrote on there.  I guess this Williams was a corrections officer at the prison Miller stayed in. (Her own words, not mine).  What is your take on that?  Maybe in those ten years Miller decided to finally talk to someone.

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Jan 9 10 6:02 PM

My take on it? If this author was indeed a corrections officer at the prison, even officers have
opinions, and also can be fooled by inmates with an agenda. If the author is biased in any way
for or against Miller, the book will lose it's worth. To have a dispassionate look at the case
told through evidence and interviews with principals would be the best. However, human nature
being what it is, I don't forsee that happening.

People on the net are entitled to their opinions, they can post their op's just the same as you or I, it
doesn't make their words, or ours any better or any less.

I created this forum so that people can come here, review a case, see what was said by specific
persons in the case(s) and follow any updates to a case. You took issue with my posting about the supposed marriage. I quoted what was already on the net, by news media who were in the area at the time. That doesn't mean that the media or I deliberately posted an untrue statement. At the time
Sheree Miller and Michael Denoyer were intending to be married and in one media report, had gotten married. That at the time was true. Since then it appears matters have changed, according to you and to the post on Bonnie's blog of crime reputed to be by Denoyer.

Other persons on the net do the same as I, following the cases through the local and national media.
We aren't personally there at the location of a case to dig into courthouse records (unless they are
online, and few are) unlike others. That doesn't mean they deliberately state something false as true.
It may be their opinion.

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Jan 11 10 1:29 PM

I do understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion.  If I insulted you in any way it wasn't intentional.  I guess just like everyone else I too want to truth for personal reasons.  I have bought several documents concerning this case from the court through court records.
I believe you are correct in saying that it is hard for an author to write a book without some type of bias opinion.  The first book was painfully obvious that the Authors had a negative bias opinion of Miller.  Most of the shows were completely one sided.  So maybe it would be alright it one Author showed some compassion and actually showed both sides.
In searching the archives I have ran into a lot of things.  I even ran into something that "Miller" supposedly wrote on line while she was in prison.  I do know from calling the prison that this was not possible, they have no access to computers.
Anyway, I apologize if I have offended you in anyway.  Sometimes when I feel strongly about a situation I tend to be to forward I guess.  Honestly my passion with this case lies solely on the justice system and the laws that were disregarded in this case.  Again I have no opinion one way or another whether Miller is guilty or not.  I am just following this case because of the injustice.  I still feel that the system should be made to follow the same laws that society is expected to.
Until next time

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Jan 12 10 11:35 AM

I do understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion.  If I insulted you in any way it wasn't intentional.  I guess just like everyone else I too want to truth for personal reasons.  I have bought several documents concerning this case from the court through court records.
I believe you are correct in saying that it is hard for an author to write a book without some type of bias opinion.  The first book was painfully obvious that the Authors had a negative bias opinion of Miller.  Most of the shows were completely one sided.  So maybe it would be alright it one Author showed some compassion and actually showed both sides.
In searching the archives I have ran into a lot of things.  I even ran into something that "Miller" supposedly wrote on line while she was in prison.  I do know from calling the prison that this was not possible, they have no access to computers.
Anyway, I apologize if I have offended you in anyway.  Sometimes when I feel strongly about a situation I tend to be to forward I guess.  Honestly my passion with this case lies solely on the justice system and the laws that were disregarded in this case.  Again I have no opinion one way or another whether Miller is guilty or not.  I am just following this case because of the injustice.  I still feel that the system should be made to follow the same laws that society is expected to.
Until next time

-johnheard

You didn't offend me. Even though prisoners do not have access to computers in prison, many have family or friends who receive what they write via mail and are willing to host and post their writings online.


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Jan 18 10 4:01 PM

I read about this story, & also watched the TV Movie which was based on this case. This woman is very seriously disturbed and a master at manipulation. Based on what I've seen & read about her, I think she is a Sociopath. She has no conscience, & she certainly doesn't care about anyone but herself. I feel sorry for anyone who is unfortunate enough to come in contact with her. Sadly, it's too late for Jerry Cassaday. It's especially shocking since he was a former cop. I think he might have even been a Homicide Detective, although I'm not positive. It's been quite awhile since I read this story. It's too bad that he didn't think with his head, instead of his heart, or should I say hormones? Sorry, but, I'm just being honest. I truly feel sorry for Jerry Cassaday, but, I do not understand how he didn't see that he was being set up.


I do hope that this woman gets exactly what she deserves, & that karma will come back to her like nothing she has ever seen.

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Jan 22 10 11:34 PM

excuse me do ever say that about someone until you know them.

-guest_guest

I am expressing my opinion, as it is my right. There's no need to excuse yourself unless you're a Troll looking for an argument. I read about this case so I am well aware of what Sharee Miller did,  & why she went to prison. She hired someone who fell in love with her to kill her husband. She even convinced Jerry Cassady that she was beaten by her husband. Jerry Cassady left details of what happened in a letter before he killed himself. He also saved all the E-Mails from Sharee. So, YES, there is plenty of evidence against her. I make NO EXCUSES for criminal behavior, & I have to wonder about those who do. Do you know anything at all about this case, or are you just trying to cause trouble?

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