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Women who Murder Marriage is a life long commitment between two people Vows are taken as a promise to one another Till Death Do us Part may be the most well known vow but with the two women I will be discussing they take it into their own hands to speed up the process The following stories are about two women who commit murder in some form perhaps intentional or not who are not punished as far as the story tells us Fortunately we have a legal system that is designed to prevent these homicides and programs specifically designed to help women in cases like these that feel they have no other choice but to murder their husband to achieve freedom As you will see these women were so desperate that they felt murder was their only option One woman did it for freedom and the other for companionship both are murderers any way you put it Emily Grierson lived alone in an old eyesore of a house that no one had been inside of since she stopped giving china painting lessons ten years ago She was considered a tradition in her town and was shown special treatment thanks to a former mayor whod pardoned her from the rules that applied to negro women at that time However the next generation didnt look upon Emily so kindly Tax forms were constantly mailed to her home the townspeople found the smell that seeped from her home so unbearable that they snuck onto her property to correct the situation Emily had no contact with the townspeople Until she met Homer Barron a Northerner foreman notorious for drinking and taking a liking to younger men Within a few days Emily and Homer were seen riding together in a buggy and spending alot of time together The townspeople thought that the they would marry but
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