New evidence postpones trial for ward...

New evidence postpones trial for warden's wife

There are 5 comments on the KFOR story from Sep 15, 2010, titled New evidence postpones trial for warden's wife. In it, KFOR reports that:

The trial of an Oklahoma warden's wife accused of helping a convicted killer escape from the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite has been postponed.

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Kelly Foster

Kingfisher, OK

#1 Sep 15, 2010
She did and everyone knows she did. They can say what they want to say but when it comes to the end of the day, why would u live with someone and go to work and never call or notify police that could have taken him into custody. She can say that she was scared for her family, but i am not buying that one and anyone that does must not be to smart.

“Life Is Great”

Since: Sep 10

Blanchard, OK

#2 Sep 16, 2010
Notice they waited until he died to bring this up, not buying it either.
Joy Doty

Fairview, OK

#3 Sep 16, 2010
How would you feel if you had to live on the grounds of a prison facility and raise your faamily there and were given the job of babysitting the wardens pet (Dial) and no she wasn't the wardens wife just the deputy wardens. You all should be thanking God that you were never in her position. She was and is an awesome mother!
akg

Raleigh, NC

#4 Sep 16, 2010
Joy Doty wrote:
How would you feel if you had to live on the grounds of a prison facility and raise your faamily there and were given the job of babysitting the wardens pet (Dial) and no she wasn't the wardens wife just the deputy wardens. You all should be thanking God that you were never in her position. She was and is an awesome mother!
I agree with you on this. You also never know what goes on behind the scenes in cases like this. I was married to an abusive man for 3 years and the way he kept me from leaving was by threatening my family. When you have no reason to doubt that he would do something like that then you stay, better to keep them safe than risk them being killed. Dial was already in prison for murder, he knew exactly what to do to keep her in check. He eluded capture for years and who was to say that if she had escaped he would have continued to have eluded the police until he was able to make good on that threat. No amount of hiding could ever make you feel safe. Even after I left my husband he continued to threaten for years after, trying multiple times to make good on his threat. Even after I remarried and had my daughter and thought I had lost him for good I found out he was stalking my daughter. I am not so ready to judge her in this case, I think he was able to take her and keep her just on the threats alone. She's lucky.
Mom

Edmond, OK

#5 Sep 16, 2010
I think that she left willingly with him, and never attempted to escape at all. However, I don't want my tax dollars wasted on this case, her husband took her back, her children are with her, so let is be. She will answer in the end. Let all involved go on with their lives.

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