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(Ozarks First)   Let me introduce you to 2013's mother of the year Diane Staudte, who poisoned her husband because she didn't like him, her son because he was worse than the huband, & her daughter because she wouldn't get a job   (ozarksfirst.com) divider line 95
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2013-06-21 11:47:47 PM
Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?
 
2013-06-21 11:52:44 PM
The Aristocrats!
 
2013-06-21 11:54:39 PM
If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.
 
2013-06-22 12:04:57 AM
Sounds like a bad monkey to me.
 
2013-06-22 12:07:17 AM

AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?


Do you suppose we can fit a pony and horse show in between?  Mayhap we can let a draught horse split her in two.  The internets would explode with delight.
 
2013-06-22 12:25:49 AM

AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?


I think poisoning would be more fitting.
 
2013-06-22 12:32:47 AM

MurphyMurphy: AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?

I think poisoning would be more fitting.


Diamond dust. That article read like the plot of "The Young Poisoner's Handbook."
 
2013-06-22 12:53:53 AM

dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.


Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...
 
2013-06-22 01:10:39 AM
On the other hand, if she had been the husband, she would have done the honorable thing and killed everyone around her with a firearm or two, and then eaten the barrel herself.
 
2013-06-22 01:14:51 AM
They say poison is a woman's weapon.
 
2013-06-22 01:17:08 AM

Paris1127: dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.

Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...


I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.

- Winston Churchill

/poison's looking better all the time
 
2013-06-22 01:19:22 AM

Elegy: They say poison is a woman's weapon.


Most of the time it is vewwwy quiet.

/poor bastard had a heart attack
//or something
 
2013-06-22 01:53:10 AM

Marcus Aurelius: Paris1127: dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.

Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...

I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.

- Winston Churchill

/poison's looking better all the time


George Bernard Shaw: Have reserved two tickets for opening night. Come and bring a friend, if you have one.

Churchill: Impossible to come to first night. Will come to second night, if you have one.

--------------------------------------------------------------------- - -----------------------------------------

MP: Mr. Churchill, must you fall asleep when I'm sleeping?

Churchill: No, it's purely voluntary.
 
2013-06-22 02:17:08 AM
Huband?
 
2013-06-22 02:35:16 AM
I don't know why I am reminded of that House episode when the wife was slowly poisoning her husband with gold. Disturbing, that she acted like a devoted wife but was killing him with hand holding.

This lady seriously deserves to have draino injected into her system in small amounts over the course of a few months until she dies a painful death. What a horrible human being.
 
2013-06-22 03:01:58 AM
The only way to stop a bad guy with poison is a good guy with poison!
 
2013-06-22 03:04:52 AM
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PSY-CHO MOM! Psycho mom! Psycho mom!
 
2013-06-22 03:12:38 AM
Crappy article.

Well, did it work?

Were the father and son capable of being frozen or not?
 
2013-06-22 03:12:47 AM

Marcus Aurelius: Paris1127: dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.

Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...

I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.

- Winston Churchill

/poison's looking better all the time


Having done the same grade of boozing as Churchill I assure you he did not wake sober. He woke in need of another drink.

Are we sure this woman isn't just a really bad cook?
 
2013-06-22 03:16:42 AM
If trend continues, FARK will be listing Missouri with it's own Strangeness button. Put us right up there with Florida.
 
2013-06-22 03:19:33 AM
She's Diane Staudte. And she'll turn the pilot light off for you.
 
2013-06-22 03:25:22 AM
Is anti-freeze poisoning really that hard to diagnose?  No reason... just.... curious.
 
2013-06-22 03:25:47 AM
Paris1127: Marcus Aurelius: Paris1127: dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.

Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...

I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.

- Winston Churchill

/poison's looking better all the time

George Bernard Shaw: Have reserved two tickets for opening night. Come and bring a friend, if you have one.

Churchill: Impossible to come to first night. Will come to second night, if you have one.

--------------------------------------------------------------------- - -----------------------------------------

MP: Mr. Churchill, must you fall asleep when I'm sleeping speaking?

Churchill: No, it's purely voluntary.


FTFY

/not in a catty passive-agressive way. just fixin it.
 
2013-06-22 03:26:27 AM
Looks like she had the good sense of spacing the murders apart instead of trying to do them all at once.  She might have gotten away with it had she left her daughter alone.
 
2013-06-22 03:28:27 AM

Marcus Aurelius: AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?

Do you suppose we can fit a pony and horse show in between?  Mayhap we can let a draught horse split her in two.  The internets would explode with delight.


You do know what "draw and quarter" means, right?

img.fark.net

Essentially the person was torn apart by the horses (quartered), because the executioner was 'slow on the draw'.
 
2013-06-22 03:28:28 AM

ShawnDoc: Is anti-freeze poisoning really that hard to diagnose?  No reason... just.... curious.


Hope you posted that at the library :)
 
2013-06-22 03:30:48 AM
Poor woman. Her whole family sound like losers.
 
2013-06-22 03:32:05 AM
Can't trust a big butt and a smile.
 
2013-06-22 03:34:39 AM

Yes this is dog: Paris1127: Marcus Aurelius: Paris1127: dj_bigbird: If I was your wife, I'd give you poison.
Ma'am, if I was your husband, I'd drink it.

Winston Churchill had a way with comebacks...

I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.

- Winston Churchill

/poison's looking better all the time

George Bernard Shaw: Have reserved two tickets for opening night. Come and bring a friend, if you have one.

Churchill: Impossible to come to first night. Will come to second night, if you have one.

--------------------------------------------------------------------- - -----------------------------------------

MP: Mr. Churchill, must you fall asleep when I'm sleeping speaking?

Churchill: No, it's purely voluntary.

FTFY

/not in a catty passive-agressive way. just fixin it.


No problem, I guess they're just filed next to each other... Thanks.

/Remember: Preview is your friend
 
2013-06-22 03:34:49 AM

Smackledorfer: ShawnDoc: Is anti-freeze poisoning really that hard to diagnose?  No reason... just.... curious.

Hope you posted that at the library :)


Don't worry, I was using incognito mode on the browser.  They'll never back trace it.  I mean, its not like I'm dumb enough to use my name as part of my username or anything.
 
2013-06-22 03:35:00 AM
So...she's single?
 
2013-06-22 03:36:26 AM

SevenizGud: Marcus Aurelius: AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?

Do you suppose we can fit a pony and horse show in between?  Mayhap we can let a draught horse split her in two.  The internets would explode with delight.

You do know what "draw and quarter" means, right?

[img.fark.net image 400x279]

Essentially the person was torn apart by the horses (quartered), because the executioner was 'slow on the draw'.



It was an uncommon punishment due to its barbarity, but there are records of such punishments.

The drawing and quartering of  Robert-François Damiens for the crime of attempted regicide:

Fetched from his prison cell on the morning of 28 March 1757, Damiens allegedly said "La journée sera rude" ("The day will be hard"). He was tortured first with red-hot pincers; his hand, holding the knife used in the attempted assassination, was burned using sulphur; molten wax, molten lead, and boiling oil were poured into his wounds. He was then remanded to the royal executioner, Charles Henri Sanson, who harnessed horses to his arms and legs to be dismembered. But Damiens' limbs did not separate easily: the officiants ordered Sanson to cut Damiens' joints with an axe. Once Damiens was dismembered to the applause of the crowd, his reportedly still-living torso was burnt at the stake.
 
2013-06-22 03:36:45 AM
Some people are SO hard to satisfy...
 
2013-06-22 03:44:40 AM

ShawnDoc: Is anti-freeze poisoning really that hard to diagnose?  No reason... just.... curious.


More likely the examiner didn't bother checking for poisons.

FatherChaos: Looks like she had the good sense of spacing the murders apart instead of trying to do them all at once.  She might have gotten away with it had she left her daughter alone.


I wonder how many people get away with murder every year because they don't follow it up by doing something stupid. Probably a depressingly large number.
 
2013-06-22 03:48:51 AM
Maybe they deserved it.  We really should not overlook that possibility.
 
2013-06-22 03:57:12 AM
FTA: Staudte admitted to poisoning Sarah over a four day period because she would not get a job and she had student loans that had to be paid.

Sarah is expected to live, but may have permanent damage from the poison.


Now who will sell oranges along the Interstate?

/Homer
 
2013-06-22 03:57:50 AM

Gunther: ShawnDoc: Is anti-freeze poisoning really that hard to diagnose?  No reason... just.... curious.

More likely the examiner didn't bother checking for poisons.

FatherChaos: Looks like she had the good sense of spacing the murders apart instead of trying to do them all at once.  She might have gotten away with it had she left her daughter alone.

I wonder how many people get away with murder every year because they don't follow it up by doing something stupid. Probably a depressingly large number.


MUCH less than used to, because of record keeping and the requirement of a doctor to sign off on the death. Some poisoning deaths go unnoticed still because the victim is hospitalized prior to death, and because there were attending docs in some regions this means you can bypass an autopsy. And many people can make THAT seem not suspicious for religious or personal reasons. And even when one is performed, they don't run every test under the sun, they're looking for a specific cause so they're going to look at organs and such first.

It's all about risk v. reward. Most people if they kill, they kill in the heat of something. People who plan it generally are also profiting. They may state their motive is hatred, but bet there's money she gained behind each of those killings. Otherwise, why not just divorce the man she hated, and separate from the adult kids she didn't love? Betcha she gained from hubby's death (all assets, if not life insurance too), son probably was heir to some of that money, and if he was working probably had life insurance to mom. And the daughter's student loans, parents might've cosigned 'em.

Though after getting away with it once, it's not uncommon to see women who poison multiple victims for profit. At least so it seems from all the true crime shiat I read. *grin*

Really horrific though, and depressing as all shiat.
 
2013-06-22 03:58:43 AM
She wasn't lazy and she didn't put up with crap from others.
 
2013-06-22 03:58:53 AM

Prof. Frink: So...she's single?


And financially savvy, too. A jug of antifreeze is a lot cheaper than some long, drawn-out divorce and custody battle.
 
2013-06-22 04:00:10 AM

Mock26: Maybe they deserved it.  We really should not overlook that possibility.


Didn't you criticize me in the thread about the Boston Marathon bombers because I made some comment about "he needed killing"?
 
2013-06-22 04:05:48 AM
does antifreeze just taste like nothing? there's no 'hmm, this gatorade doesn't taste right' kinda moment when you're sipping on something that's poisonous enough to kill you in 3 days?

The case began from an anonymous tip on June 11 and the Springfield Police acted quickly.

those guys are everywhere.

totally random side note - i just acquired a huge (HUGE!) amount of an insanely dangerous poison off the internet for under $50 and zero effort. and it's something you never hear of people poisoning people with and it's a quite new substance, but it's so deadly that they wouldn't even have to consume it to have very negative and potentially deadly reactions to it. smear some on their steering wheel or something. it has a legitimate use, which is how i'm going to use it, but *damn*.

/ poisoning's not my style.
 
2013-06-22 04:08:41 AM

OgreMagi: Mock26: Maybe they deserved it.  We really should not overlook that possibility.

Didn't you criticize me in the thread about the Boston Marathon bombers because I made some comment about "he needed killing"?


Not that I remember.  But, for the record, my comment in this thread was meant as a joke.
 
2013-06-22 04:10:52 AM

Mock26: OgreMagi: Mock26: Maybe they deserved it.  We really should not overlook that possibility.

Didn't you criticize me in the thread about the Boston Marathon bombers because I made some comment about "he needed killing"?

Not that I remember.  But, for the record, my comment in this thread was meant as a joke.


It's sometimes hard to tell in Fark.
 
2013-06-22 04:11:01 AM
Gunther:
I wonder how many people get away with murder every year because they don't follow it up by doing something stupid. Probably a depressingly large number.

Well, even with known murder cases, more than 1/3 remain unsolved. [citation] I can't imagine how many "accidental overdoses" are no such thing, and then there are God knows how many situations like in the article. Oh, and SIDS, which is not easily distinguishable from suffocation. Horrifying.
 
2013-06-22 04:11:35 AM
TomD9938:
Now who will sell oranges along the Interstate?

/Homer


rico suave?

b.vimeocdn.com
 
2013-06-22 04:22:03 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: SevenizGud: Marcus Aurelius: AirForceVet: Hanging too good for her. Can we bring back draw and quarter for her too?

Do you suppose we can fit a pony and horse show in between?  Mayhap we can let a draught horse split her in two.  The internets would explode with delight.

You do know what "draw and quarter" means, right?

[img.fark.net image 400x279]

Essentially the person was torn apart by the horses (quartered), because the executioner was 'slow on the draw'.


It was an uncommon punishment due to its barbarity, but there are records of such punishments.

The drawing and quartering of  Robert-François Damiens for the crime of attempted regicide:

Fetched from his prison cell on the morning of 28 March 1757, Damiens allegedly said "La journée sera rude" ("The day will be hard"). He was tortured first with red-hot pincers; his hand, holding the knife used in the attempted assassination, was burned using sulphur; molten wax, molten lead, and boiling oil were poured into his wounds. He was then remanded to the royal executioner, Charles Henri Sanson, who harnessed horses to his arms and legs to be dismembered. But Damiens' limbs did not separate easily: the officiants ordered Sanson to cut Damiens' joints with an axe. Once Damiens was dismembered to the applause of the crowd, his reportedly still-living torso was burnt at the stake.




Note to self: Never walk on your lawn.
 
2013-06-22 04:22:50 AM
I say we let her go!
img.fark.net
 
2013-06-22 04:23:41 AM

the801: TomD9938:
Now who will sell oranges along the Interstate?

/Homer

rico suave?

[b.vimeocdn.com image 640x427]


that's not Rico Suave, that's Paully Shore.  Rico wears a poorly placed bandanna on his head.  Paully... his head is unremarkable.
 
2013-06-22 04:29:22 AM

Mitch Mitchell: the801: TomD9938:
Now who will sell oranges along the Interstate?

/Homer

rico suave?

[b.vimeocdn.com image 640x427]

that's not Rico Suave, that's Paully Shore.  Rico wears a poorly placed bandanna on his head.  Paully... his head is unremarkable.


that's rico suave and his son being all blurry in the back of the picture, throwing oranges at pauly shore because he didn't buy oranges from them along the interstate. and don't talk shiat about pauly's head. the guy is dead - it's rude to call his various body parts 'unremarkable'.
 
2013-06-22 04:30:17 AM
"Rico suave" are adjectives he uses to describe himself. His name is Gerardo.
 
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