Jacqueline Williams signed letter envelope set

Jacqueline Williams signed letter envelope set


Fedell Caffey and Jacqueline Williams decided they wanted to have a baby. On November 16, 1995, Debra Evans was fatally shot and stabbed in the presence of her young children: Samantha, age 10, Joshua, age 8, and Jordan, age 2.

Debra was nine months pregnant, and the baby that she was carrying, Elijah Evans, was carved from Debra’s womb with scissors. Samantha was also brutally murdered in the apartment with her mother because she could be a potential witness against Caffey and Williams. Joshua and Elijah were taken from the apartment, and Jordan (because he was only two and would not be a witness against them) was left alone in the apartment with his dead mother and sister.

The day after Debra’s and Samantha’s murders, police found Joshua’s dead body in an alley in Maywood. When police arrested Williams, she was holding Elijah, who was still alive.


Jaqueline Annette Williams, was sentenced to death on May 11, 1998 for the murder of Debra Evans, 28, her daughter, Samantha, 10, and her son, Joshua, 7, in Addison (Dupage county) on Nov 16, 1995. Gov. George Ryan in 2003 commuted the death sentences of all condemned inmates in Illinois to life in prison without parole.


The letter and envelope are both handwritten. The letter is signed, Jackie.

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