To Ride A Rocking Horse by Roger Daniel

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All Linda May wanted was to get out of the house and have a little fun. However, she was not smiling when she stood over a grave and coldly pulled the trigger of the .22 rifle four times, killing four adults who knelt in the grave pleading for mercy. The only mercy she could find in her heart was for the two year old child, looking up at her in horror with tears streaming from his eyes. She gave the gun to her partner, Joe, demanding that he kill the child. Linda May’s idea of a “little fun” according to her recorded testimony given under hypnosis, was “to do something besides sit at home, wash dishes, make beds and listen to her husband, Leo, raise hell.” She did not plan to become a mass murderer or take court room proceedings and Texas law where they had never been before.

About Roger Daniel

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Roger Daniel has a BA and MA degree in journalism from Texas State University and American University. In more than a decade in print, radio, and television news he has been a news director, anchor, producer, and reporter, writing more than 15,000 news stories.
Published June 29, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 202 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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