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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Strait Murders in Tulsa: Car Stolen from Home of Elderly Couple Led to Arrest in Rape, Fatal Beating - Tulsa World: Homepage3

By David in TN

In Day 2 of the Strait home invasion-murder trial, a Tulsa man testified to following a car he believed stolen a day earlier from the home of Bob and Nancy Strait. Both husband and wife were beaten bloody on March 14, 2012. The 84-year old Nancy Strait was also raped. She died the following day. Bob Strait died weeks later.

"Woodfork was not charged in connection with Bob Strait's death, as the state medical examiner ruled that Strait died of an unrelated issue."

An unrelated issue?

When Colin Woodfork was arrested , a woman in the car with him led the police to Woodfork's girl friend who was wearing a necklace given to her by Woodfork, that was "taken from the Straits' home."

Authorities say Woodfork admitted to "almost all the crimes-including shooting Bob Strait with a BB gun-but has repeatedly denied raping Nancy Strait."

Testimony continues Thursday.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Shot him with a BB gun" but he died of an unrelated issue??

WTF.

Stan D Mute

Anonymous said...

Denied raping her.

NO the was there and was part of parcel of the crime.

He facilitated the rape and is as guilty if he actual physical contact with the woman.

Yusef from the Central Park gang rape said the same thing.

"I held her down while the others raped her"

Makes you guilty of rape period.

Anonymous said...

There were two others present at the scene of the crime. Suspects and wanted. What ever happened to them?

Anonymous said...

Probably this Woodfork fool will maintain that he has been done an injustice if he is found guilty of rape.

"I ain'ts raped no one ya'll!!"

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
There were two others present at the scene of the crime. Suspects and wanted. What ever happened to them?


I've asked the same question to Tulsa journalists in email. No response.

The negro needs to be tortured, by any means necessary until he gives up his accomplices. That's just straight out common sense.