EP122: Ashley Jones - Kids Who Kill

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On a sweltering August night in Alabama in 1999, neighbors of the Liz and Deroy Nalls heard the desperate cries of the couple's 10-year-old granddaughter Mary. They discovered the child bleeding profusely as she stumbled down the dark road towards their home. The Nalls' house was ablaze and Grandma Liz sat critically injured on a lawn chair underneath a tree in her front yard. As firefighters fought the flames, they discovered the tortured remains of two more Nalls' family members. However, one person was unaccounted for that night: Mary's 14-year-old sister, Ashley Jones. Listen to this week's episode to learn about the tragic events that changed the lives of one Birmingham family forever.
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Sources:
1) Court Memorandums, Briefs & Opinions;
2) TVCrimeSky.com "Teens Turn Grandparents’ Home Into Slaughterhouse, Parts 1 & 2";
3) New York Times article "Lifers As Teenagers Now Seeking Second Chance";
4) Alabama Inmate Info: http://www.doc.state.al.us/InmateHistory ;
5) Georgetown Law Journal: "Another Bite at the Graham Cracker: The Supreme Court’s Surprise Revisiting of Juvenile Life Without Parole in Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs";
6) Teenkillers.org: National Organization for Victims of Juvenile Murderers;
7) Apnews.com: "Teen Ashley Jones Sentenced to Life in Prison";
8) Tuscaloosa News;
9) TributeArchives.com: "Mary Elizabeth Nalls";
10) Poolefuneralchapel.com: "Mary Elizabeth Nalls";
11) EJI.org: "Cruel and Unusual";

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