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    Yep, they already started with the whole "why is she smiling?" "why is she there" "wow, just lost her family and she's parading around?"

    Pull up any article online and you will see it in the comments section.

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    Roses are red, violets are blue, seriously where is the fucking ring I gave Julie and ask her mom about the flowers
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    In all fairness, we have no idea how big this dude's cock was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beli View Post
    Yep, they already started with the whole "why is she smiling?" "why is she there" "wow, just lost her family and she's parading around?"

    Pull up any article online and you will see it in the comments section.
    Crickets, that's your cue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawna View Post
    Roses are red, violets are blue, seriously where is the fucking ring I gave Julie and ask her mom about the flowers
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    In all fairness, we have no idea how big this dude's cock was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animosity View Post
    look at that smile and those manicured nails, she is obviously the mastermind of this.
    But was she wearing short shorts??
    Team Leyash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shins View Post
    So, were his guns legally owned?

    If so, WHY??????
    Ronald Lee Haskell was ordered by a Utah judge to undergo a psychological evaluation and was not allowed to visit his children by himself until a therapist could determine whether he was "mentally and emotionally stable enough to care for the children," according to court record

    Well duh. He always took perfectly good care of his guns. It would've been wrong to take them from a loving home.





    (& yes, cue "that 15 yr old mastermind arranged it all because her parents found out she was having an affair with her uncle & wouldn't let her see him"

    To MDS visitors : ^^^^ that is sarcasm. Please don't repeat it as credible theory.
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    Came here just for this.
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Listen, if no one cares when a crazy noodle walks in and executes children with a gun, no one cares about anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beli View Post
    Yep, they already started with the whole "why is she smiling?" "why is she there" "wow, just lost her family and she's parading around?"

    Pull up any article online and you will see it in the comments section.
    No one can be happy for anyone. "She's not moping around on suicide watch, so she MUST have had something to do with it.

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    Family, friends and strangers have donated more than $265,000 online to benefit the lone survivor of last week’s family shooting in Texas, which left two adults and four children dead.

    More than 5,000 people have donated to a GoFundMe site titled “Stay Family Tragedy – Cassidy Stay Fund” established three days ago, with the total nearing the fund’s goal of $300,000.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/texas-shoot...ry?id=24549084

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    That ^^^ is heartening. It proves the world's not really populated by vicious gossipy dickhead trolls - even if the internet makes it seem that way.

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    FUNERAL HELD FOR 6 SLAIN FAMILY MEMBERS IN TEXAS

    SPRING, Texas -- Six white caskets containing the bodies of a suburban Houston couple and four of their five children were wheeled into a church Wednesday for funeral services not far from where the family was gunned down at their home a week ago.

    Stephen Stay, 39, his wife Katie, 34, and their four youngest children were being buried in a private ceremony after services at their Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

    "It's a difficult reason that's brought us together today," said Bishop Scott McBride, who presided over the 90-minute funeral service. "It wouldn't be right if I tell you I don't ache in my heart and we don't feel pain and feel the loss."

    The couple's 15-year-old daughter, Cassidy, who survived a gunshot wound by playing dead, sat in the front row with grandparents and other relatives, just a few feet from the caskets topped with sprays of flowers. Poster-size photos of her smiling parents and siblings looked back at her and more than 1,000 people attending the service.

    Katie Stay's father, Roger Lyon, said in an invocation that the service was a celebration of Stephen and Katie's family and he prayed that "some good come out of this seemingly senseless tragedy."

    "We are thankful for all the things they did for us," he said.

    In a description of his loved ones' lives, Randy Cousins, an uncle, said the extended family was grateful for support from "friends, family and people we have never met."

    "If there's one thing we've learned as a family, it is that the world is a good place," Cousins said. "If you watch the news all the time, you might not remember that."

    "Families are forever," Jeff Stay, one of Stephen's brothers, said, his voice halting. "We know we will meet them again."

    Cassidy Stay called police and identified her aunt's ex-husband, Ronald Lee Haskell, 33, as the gunman. Haskell had been divorced from Katie Stay's sister and records show he had a history of domestic violence. The family was shot when they refused to divulge his ex-wife's whereabouts, authorities said.

    Haskell was arrested a few hours later after a police standoff and now faces multiple charges of capital murder.

    "I don't know you ever prepare yourself for something like this because you don't expect this," Don Guthrie, 57, a family friend and fellow church member, said before the funeral. "This is a shock. This is incomprehensible."

    Friends were wrestling with the loss of what one called an "anchor family," whose home was the place where neighborhood kids gravitated.

    "They were the people, despite the chaos of life, who were always looking for happiness and looking to do something better," said Tom Mixon, 47, a father of three and scoutmaster to one of the Stay boys. "Katie Stay was adamant about teaching her kids to do better every day and to treat people better every day. And because of that we all wanted to be better and wanted to be around them.

    "It's hard to wrap my head around it, when somebody that's so ensconced in your life like that is suddenly gone."

    Investigators said Haskell tied up the family and put them face-down on the floor before shooting each in the back of the head. Besides Stephen and Katie Stay, also killed were Bryan, 13, Emily, 9, Rebecca, 6, and Zach, 4.

    "It doesn't seem right that we have to bury our children first, our grandchildren," said Bradley Foster, one of the Mormon church's senior leaders who came from Utah to participate in the service.

    Haskell's lawyers have said they will focus on his mental condition and whether he was legally responsible for the carnage. Prosecutors haven't yet decided whether to seek the death penalty against him.

    Friends have said Katie Stay went to Utah last year to help her sister, Melanie, escape her relationship with Haskell. That couple was married in 2002 in California, separated last year and divorced in February.

    Stephen Stay was the real estate broker for Moriah Davis, 32, who met the Stay family through their church and had almost daily contact with Katie Stay.

    "You cry and talk about how wonderful they were and you move on a little bit at a time," the mother of three boys said.

    Davis said her 5-year-old has been talking about 4-year-old Zach Stay and asked her: "Mom, do you think that Zach will like heaven?"

    Mixon and Guthrie said their faith had prepared them to forgive Haskell.

    "I'm not happy about it, but I'm not going to hold a grudge," said Guthrie.

    http://abc7chicago.com/news/funerals...ouston/192770/


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    https://abc13.com/woman-who-played-d...stand/5495611/

    Spring woman who played dead while family was shot execution-style takes stand in uncle's trial

    Cassidy Stay, the lone survivor of a shooting that claimed the lives of her parents, two brothers and two sisters, took the stand today to testify against Ron Haskell, accused of the murders.

    Cassidy Stay's testimony began with anecdotal stories about her family, her mother and father, and four siblings aged 4 to 13.

    When asked about the attack in 2014, she recalled someone in a FedEx uniform knocking on the door. He was holding a duct-taped white pillow that prosecutors say Haskell brought to use as a silencer for a 9-mm handgun.

    When she said her parents weren't home, he left but came back a few minutes later and entered the house. That's when the horror began.

    Cassidy prayed as Haskell held her and her siblings at gunpoint, waiting for their parents to return from an errand. She testified Haskell was calm as he ordered them inside, threatening them with his gun.

    Cassidy said, "I was trying to appeal to his humanity. I didn't think someone would hurt kids if he knew their names and how old they were."

    Cassidy's mother Katie, father Stephen, and four siblings were all shot to death in their Spring home.

    "The room smelled like blood. It tasted sour. It felt heavy and hot. There was no spirit in that room," said Cassidy.

    Prosecutors say the family fell victim to a vindictive and vengeful Ron Haskell, the ex-husband of Katie Stay's sister Melanie. Haskell appears stoic in the courtroom, and his attorney told us he is sedated.

    Ronald Lee Haskell Jr. faces multiple capital murder charges. He's accused of killing the family members as retribution for helping Melanie separate from him.

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