By W.G. Davis
Five mins later, police arrived at Darlie’s domestic in Rowlett, a suburb of Dallas. Darlie’s eldest son, Devon, had already died from 4 knife wounds. He used to be simply 3 days shy of his 7th birthday. His brother, 5 12 months outdated Damon, had additionally been attacked. Damon later died within the care of a paramedic. Darlie had a deep gash in her neck and wounds on her hands. She was once instantly transported to an area medical institution for emergency surgical procedure and survived.
Eight months later, Darlie Routier used to be convicted of killing her younger sons and sentenced to die by way of deadly injection. it's a verdict that many refused to accept.
Darlie's relations believed unidentified fingerprints on the crime scene belong to the intruder. A fingerprint at the door resulting in the storage, and a moment print at the credenza at the back of the sofa, have by no means been certainly pointed out through investigators.
Her relatives insists an important proof used to be ignored in the course of her trial. yet experts argue that their case opposed to Darlie Lynn Routier is overwhelming.
Darlie’s legal professionals proceed to attraction her sentence. If and while these appeals are exhausted, Darlie Lynn Routier might be achieved for brutally murdering Devon and Damon.
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