Who would kill with poison?
"DEADLY WOMEN" SEASON 8 EPISODE 6
"HUNGER FOR CASH" FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 2014 10:00PM ET/PT
When some women lust for money, it costs family and friends more than their bank account.
Putting money above lives, these women "DEADLY WOMEN" have a "HUNGER FOR CASH"
AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR JEANNIE WALKER
Debra Lynn Baker was one of the alleged co-conspirators in the arsenic-poisoning murder of my ex-husband, Jerry Sternadel, who was a millionaire rancher/plumber.
Debra was an woman who had a insatiable lust for money and killed for it.
My ex-husband did not know it at the time, but he made a grievous mistake when he married his second wife and hired her friend, Debra Baker as his bookkeeper.
Who would used deadly poison to kill a person? A deadly woman like Debra Baker, that's who.
When Jerry Sternadel got sick from what doctors thought was food poisoning, he trusted his caregivers who continued to poison his food and drink. He was hospitalized three different times, but, eventually lost his life due to extreme arsenic poisoning.
There were other victims in this tragedy besides the victim's family. An innocent victim and stranger almost lost his life when he accidentally drank arsenic-tainted cranapple juice meant for Jerry Sternadel. Thomas Bradley will finally tell his story on "Deadly Women" Hunger for Cash when Investigation Discovery profiles Debra Baker on their Season 8 "Deadly Women" series.
This heinous murder case was chronicled in the award-winning true crime "Fighting the Devil" that was penned by Jeannie Walker.Amazon Smashwords Barnes&Noble