ABC’s 20/20 did an updated story on Angelika Graswald this past weekend. She is out jail after serving 32 months. She pled guilty to reduced charges of criminally negligent homicide and was released just before Christmas 2017. She’s a free woman after only serving 32 months.
The case is fascinating because it polarized many people.
Many people found her credible, though the thought of that makes me cringe, like nails down a chalk board, cringe.
This case isn’t even in shades of gray. It is clear black and white.
Graswald shows every dangerous behavior known to mankind and anyone in her path should take deep care to protect themselves.
Remember how Jodi Arias played this sweet, innocent, I-couldn’t-harm-a-flea demeanor?
These two are made of the same exact deadly cocktail of lethality.
I could write a 200-page book on Graswald’s behavior in this case.
My biggest piece of advice about this case?
When people tell you who they are, believe them.
Graswald told you she had a dark side that no one should ever see. That statement wasn’t coerced, or forced.
That was the stark, cold, hard, deadly truth!