Father charged as accessory to killing

Father charged as accessory to killing

There are 12 comments on the McAlester News story from Aug 11, 2007, titled Father charged as accessory to killing. In it, McAlester News reports that:

Less than an hour and a half after being booked in to the county jail as an accused accessory to murder, a McAlester businessman was back out on a $1 million bond.

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the dot -----rat

Miramar Beach, FL

#1 Aug 11, 2007
was the INK DRY ON THE ARREST REPORT
Okie Groove

AOL

#2 Aug 12, 2007
Rich folks seem to have a sense of entitlement, and rich old men sometimes have hood ornament "trophy" wives. And sometimes rich old men go senile, or just plain bat shit crazy.

“Don't Tread On my Flag”

Since: Aug 07

U.S.A

#3 Aug 12, 2007
I wonder if it was written up on official documents, or on a Big Chief tablet with a red crayon.
Shennanigans

Tulsa, OK

#4 Aug 13, 2007
Trust me when I say that Carrie Collinsworth Stachmus AIN'T NO TROPHY WIFE. Look her up on the Oklahoma Department of Corrections site...she's listed under her maiden name.

Vomit.
Annie Hood

United States

#5 Aug 13, 2007
The rich people in this town seem to write their own ticket,but the lady who was murdered was robbed of her life,and she was young,I pray she will be remembered with dignity and respect,and her husband will pay for her death.And all those connected with this case must also bear the burden of her death.
Annie
Annie Hood

United States

#6 Aug 13, 2007
When it is all said and done,how well do any of us know other people,whether it be family or friend?A human mind can snap under pressure in a second,and no one can predict human behavior.I pray that justice will prevail in this case.
Okie Groove

AOL

#7 Aug 14, 2007
Annie Hood wrote:
When it is all said and done,how well do any of us know other people,whether it be family or friend?A human mind can snap under pressure in a second,and no one can predict human behavior.I pray that justice will prevail in this case.
I agree with that for the most part Annie. But most minds that snap, snap not because of pressure, but because their evil. And evil minds will eventually do evil things no matter what the so called psychiatric "medicinal profession" tells folks.
JB Canadian ok

Tulsa, OK

#8 Aug 14, 2007
Annie Hood wrote:
When it is all said and done,how well do any of us know other people,whether it be family or friend?A human mind can snap under pressure in a second,and no one can predict human behavior.I pray that justice will prevail in this case.
OH PLEASEEEEEEEEEE!!! This family is so messed up, it's obvious your not from the mcalester area or you would know this. They have money, but may not have much left after all this goes down. The dad is one sick individual. He's been married bout 10 or more times, always to someone half his age, and this last one he really raked the bottom of the barrell. She's a crankster, or was at one time, and just bad news all around! So don't feel sorry for them.
JB Canadian ok

Tulsa, OK

#9 Aug 15, 2007
For more info on carrie collinsworth go to ...www.odcr.com/search. It's even better than the doc website. Lots more info on her.
Frida

United States

#10 Jan 10, 2013
Iknew her on a personal level. She was a stranger to me and my children that came to our rescue in time of desperation. obviously "Annie" doesn't have children or she would know that there is a epidemic of cranksters and whether she was one or not who are you to make the judgment call as to her "Death"... This is devastating to me. This could be your child. Would it be okay then. She was a human being most of all. And she was a intelligent individual who had more sense, and morals as a human being than yourself to post something like this for everyone to see. I will "Pray" for u to have value for human life, and your family to be safe from your Evil mouth. What did he get? Probation? Do u feel safe on the street knowing he's right around the corner. Maybe you should have tried to help her and the outcome may have been different.
Frida

United States

#11 Jan 10, 2013
Sorry "Annie" my comment should have been directed toward JB canadian ok. This is so upsetting to me.
big bad john

Fort Worth, TX

#12 Jan 13, 2013
I,am 48 years old now and this guy gives me the creeps up to this date. I will never forget when i was 13 hearing about this gene heart on the tusla news. But i often wonder why didn,t the jury find him guilty?And is it possible that somebody else did this? we know he was a sick man regardless but i still wonder if he was the one who commited this crime. There are so many other loose ends on this.

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