Top 5 Douchebags: Staci Lisenby "Too Strict" So 14-Year Old Son Murders Her
Monday, March 14, 2011 at 7:00 am
"Free puppies" is not an invitation to explore the shit-hole of your soul. But that's just what 19-year old West Virginia man, Jeffrey Nally, Jr. did, torturing and killing 29 dogs, while forcing his (ex?) girlfriend to watch. (What, Dead Space 2 hasn't made it into Appalachia?)
Nally trolled the classifieds looking for people willing to drop dogs off at a loving home. They didn't understand what he loved about them -- the ability to satisfy his sadistic impulses. Nally need the animals dropped off because he'd already had a conviction for domestic battery the year before, and a gun conviction a few months later, leading to home confinement. (So, how'd that work for ya?)
Taking a cue from 1000 Ways To Die, Nally found new ways to kill each dog -- usually puppies -- ranging from crossbows, handguns and power drills to saws and hammers.
The woman, who was described as a former girlfriend, had moved in voluntarily in December, and Nally had kept her there with a combination of physical and sexual abuse. He made the woman clean up the bloody messes. Three dogs were recovered before they walked the Green Mile.
Clearly pulling wings off flies was but a gateway pleasure for this twisted shit. Who knows how far he might go in future years? Something's broken in this fellow that can't ever be fixed -- we need an isolated penal colony like the Island of Misfit Assholes, where they can prey on each other like in Lord of the Flies.
Kassandra Toruga is an attractive Maricopa, Arizona teen that would've made a certain kind of man very happy -- the type that likes a crazy bitch. The loco 18-year old decided she needed a child so that her psychosis might survive her inevitable fistfight with a bear or meth-inspired adventures with high-tension electrical wires.
At some point during this medical visit to her friend's house, Toruga decided to turn her the woman's closet into a hearth. However, the smoke slowed her progress and made the necessary surgical incisions much tougher. Responding firemen pulled the two from the fire, and they were treated for smoke inhalation. The baby was born okay, and Toruga is in jail on first-degree attempted murder, arson and burglary. Reports say Toruga suffers from schizophrenia. No kidding??
Speaking of "Cuckoo 4 Coco Puffs," Jacob Brown was definitely dealing from less than full-deck. In January of last year 16-year old beat an elderly couple to death with an aluminum bat in their Munford, Tennessee home. Brown asked to use the bathroom of 80-year old James Walker and 75-year old Bertha Walker. They apparently lived across the street from Brown.
After using the can, he came back a little later with the bat tucked under his coat and proceeded to club them like baby seals. The only explication -- such as it is -- for his actions came from Scott Locke, a friend of Brown's who had been complaining about his nosey neighbors. Brown joked that they should kill them. At least Locke thought it was a joke. Then he received a text from Brown reading, "You wanted your nosy neighbors dead, right?" Later that afternoon he received another saying, "It's done."
Though Brown's lawyers were angling for mental illnesses defense, a clinical psychologist declared him competent to stand trial. He did note Brown had beginning signs of schizophrenia. He'll be tried as an adult.
Authorities are not releasing the name of a 16-year old La Vergne, Nashville youth accused of planning the murder of his mother and stepfather. The teen, who was a popular member of the La Vergne High School football and track teams, was evidently upset that his parents had become stricter in the last six months since they caught him smoking. They also felt he was hanging out with the wrong crowd. (No!?! D'ya think?) Fortunately there's a nice karmic aspect to this story.
The plot was discovered via a series of texts sent between the boy and the hired killers. It's believed as many as four people were involved. The teen had offered "three stacks" -- believed to be $3000 -- to have his parents shot, and dates and times were found in the texts. The boy admitted he'd thought of doing it himself, but couldn't bring himself to. Police conjecture the lure of the money brought the men to the teen's house -- where they presumably intended to take it, without going through with the murder
The 16-year old saw the men at the door, and tried to close it on them. The jammed their foot and/or hand into the opening and fired several times, shooting the teen in the hand and foot. The wounds weren't life-threatening, and police eventually apprehended 19-year old Jeremy Martin, and his 16-year old half-brother, who attends La Vergne with the murder-plotter. Martin is already facing charges for a home invasion in October, and is no facing a murder conspiracy charge.
What exactly is the proper parental punishment for a failed murder plot? Got to figure we're way past grounding here.
Staci Lisenby's 14-year old son was capable of doing what the teen in the last story couldn't. He snuck up behind the 46-year old sixth-grade math teacher and shot her in the back of the head with a .22 caliber handgun he found in the attic of their Orangefield, Texas home.
Investigators say the juvenile told one of his friends he was "tired of how strict his parents were and that he intended on killing them both and then running away." The shooting occurred on Sunday, February 20 at around 6 p.m. just after the youth's father, Chris Lisenby, had gone to church. His brother, who'd been home earlier, had returned to school in Huntsville (Sam Houston University?).
The youth told the police that he was laying on the couch when he heard the shot and saw a guy run through the house and out the door. (Because so many people run in, shoot someone and run out without taking anything. Ludicrous idiot.) He said he gave chase -- but the ground was wet and muddy, and the cops found no evidence anyone had run or walked through the area.
A female friend of the perp said he'd shown her the gun before and had her fire it. (He told police he'd never fired a gun.) Though most of Chris Lisenby's guns were locked in a safe, he'd evidently forgotten about the .22, and the 14-year old kept his discovery from his parents. He's been arrested and is being held at a juvenile detention center. Last year Staci Lisenby was named Teacher of the Year at Orangefield Junior High.
The youth, who apparently has still not been charged, is represented by Wendell Odom Jr., who in the past has defended Enron executives and Andrea Yates, the Houston woman who drowned her five children in the bathtub in 2001 (and got off with "insanity").
Well isn't that special? According to Odom: "There's a whole lot of this story that needs to be unveiled." Hell, they're probably still in the process of making it up. Justice never sleeps, but some lawyers have an inside line on chloroform.
Read last Monday's Douchebags of the Week: Kayla Henriques Stabs Brother's Girlfriend After Facebook Feud Over $20.