Sac County Attorney Ben Smith said Thursday that it is unbelievable Richter maintains parental rights after a jury convicted her of shooting 20-year-old Dustin Wehde at their home in Early in 2001 while the children — then 3 and 1 — were one room away.
"Do you think Tracey cared about the children when she stashed them in the room 15 feet from where she fired 11 shots?" Smith said. "She should have lost any and all rights to make those kinds of decisions or to have an influence in her kids' lives when she executed somebody."
what a sick woman.... how in the hell did she get visitation requests
My mother originates from Early, IA and my uncle still lives there (grandparents did as well). I've been going there nearly every thanksgiving and christmas for 30 years. Crazy story in general about this whole deal. No wonder small towns are sometimes worried about new people moving there out of the blue.
Ironically, and completely by chance, my college dorm roommate was also from Early. The chances of me getting paired with someone from Early had to be no more than 0.01% given they probably only had 15 kids in the high school class, and that only 1 or 2 of those went to ISU...
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