Kill Your Husband Collect $400,000
Teressa Turner-Schaefer 25 “accidentally” stabbed and killed her husband Erin
“The six-inch blade sliced through Erin’s lung, pericardium and pulmonary artery.”
and get out of jail in 11 month (she as charged with first degree murder) and collects a $400,000 life insurance policy. She has the blessings of the judge Circuit Court Judge Rossie D. Alston Jr, “I have come to find out that you are apparently a very decent person” to go on with her life.
“In jail She had took every life-skills class offered and GED. She attended religious services and Bible study. She cooperated with counselors trying to help her overcome years of abuse, neglect and despair.”
Well then that makes it all OK.
The author Tamara Jones Washington Post Staff Writer ARTICLE HERE of the article I read seem to paint Teressa as a victim. She is broke and has no money (what!?), she has never had a job, does not know how to drive, and has no idea how she is going to pay rent on her $1,5000 a month split level house. $1,500?! Um, move but then again why bother you have no money so the church payed it for. When I was working my mortgage was not that much. She got a loan from a neighbor good Samaritan 76-year-old Earl Hardy’s to buy a $6,700 used SUV. He put it on a Discover card. This was all after he taught Teressa how to drive. He spent five hours waiting at the DMV for her to take her driving test. He also put money in her Oh by the way the van needs major repairs that she cannot afford (why would you buy a $7,000 vehicle that needs major repairs?)
The author Tamara Jones and Teressa Turner-Schaefer paint a picture like someone else killed her husband. Here is an example:
“Bearing jail commissary gifts for her three small children — cheap radios, little toothbrushes, plastic combs — she forces herself to return to the Dale City split-level where she killed her husband, Erin, making the place where his life ended the one where hers is beginning again.
“It’s all I have left of him,” she rationalizes.”
“Her first weekend home from jail, they came over to celebrate an early Thanksgiving with the relatives and friends who had shown up in court to support her. Etta and Earl Hardy walked over from next door with a huge casserole of macaroni and cheese, while Teressa’s mother, Maria, fussed over a turkey in the small kitchen that Teressa couldn’t yet bear to enter.”
They also paint the old and tired rhetoric of the tough childhood. Yes she had one so did I, so did many others.
She lands a seasonal job at the Ann Taylor store where her sister already works, and takes delight in folding sweaters just so. The employee discount seduces her into spending too much of her part-time paycheck on pretty outfits, she realizes, “but I need clothes for work.”
Ya think? Maybe because of these insurances forms that she had to fill out she knows she has $400,000 coming because she killed her husband. I have to wonder if it was a $200,000 policy and she received a double indemnity.
She bough a new car, a cell phone, new furniture, goes to college, vacations with her family, I hope someone is going to look after the Hardy’s?
Did you know that it is tough to get a job as a felon> Did you know she still loves Erin?
I thought there was a law where you could not profit from your crime(s)!