Koop made all the documents to the case available to the public according to an article in the Antrim Review a month or so ago. I don't know if that includes her last letters or not.<quoted text>
They made her pay rent so you loose. They also made her pay for her own paper and floppy pen (suicide proof) so you loose, again.
Inmates are charged rent, but it hardly covers the cost to house them. There's no way Antrim County will ever collect now on the fines, fees, etc.
The more I think about it, the more there would have to have been some poor decisions made concerning Anne Avery's mental state. She took pills on more than one occasion to end her life, so how would anyone ever come to the conlusion that she was stable, especially with nothing more to think about in jail than how she couldn't see her daughter, how she could be looking at life in prison, etc.? Her actions were highly suspect, and even though she was very convincing, she was not mentally stable. She was having seizures and panic attacks, and she really questioned her own sanity at times. The stress of her last 5 years or so really took its toll on her. She made some bad choices, and it was those choices together with her adversaries, including the legal system, that led her to self-destruction. Guilty or not, it doesn't matter now. It's too bad that we will never know. Maybe that's a good thing, albeit anti-climactic. The drama is over. May she and Sam rest in peace.