Sheila LaBarre signed letter envelope set

Sheila LaBarre signed letter envelope set

75.00

Sheila LaBarre (born Sheila Kay Baley on July 4, 1958 in Fort Payne, Alabama) is an American convicted murderer. She was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences, with no prospect of parole after being convicted of killing two men, Kenneth Countie and Michael DeLoge, in Epping, New Hampshire. At the time of the crimes, LaBarre lived in Epping, New Hampshire (Rockingham County) on a farm.

She regularly enticed younger men to her farm, where she would torture and control them.

At her trial she claimed she was an angel, sent by God to punish pedophiles. She accused the two men she killed of being pedophiles.

Kenny Countie met LaBarre via a personal ad in 2006 when he was 24. He moved in with her shortly after meeting her. Countie was described as having a low IQ and "child like" trust. LaBarre made a recording of him vomiting whilst she accused him of being a paedophile. She stabbed him to death and then burnt his body. The police were able to identify his DNA from his army records.

Countie's mother subsequently accused the Epping Police Department of negligence. Prior to his death, he had been seen in a Walmart store, bruised and burned, in a wheelchair. Her lawsuit against the two police officers who had seen him in the store was rejected in 2010.

Michael Deloge was LaBarre's boyfriend, who lived with her at her farm. He was last seen alive in 2005. A bone of his and his birth certificate were found at the farm in 2008. It is unknown how he died. His mother informed the police that she was worried LaBarre was trying to kill him.

An arrest warrant was issued on April 1, 2006 for Shelia LaBarre, for charges of first degree murder. She was arrested on April 2, and the police conducted a three-week search of her farm, which led to the discovery of three human toes which forensic analysis determined did not belong to either Kenny Countie or Michael Deloge.

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

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