“She didn’t cut her own throat. If you believe that, I’m nineteen feet tall. She was done for the money.” - Former FBI Special Agent and Licensed Private Investigator Lloyd Harrell, a.k.a. “Crimefighter.”

“She didn’t cut her own throat. If you believe that, I’m nineteen feet tall. She was done for the money.” - Former FBI Special Agent and Licensed Private Investigator Lloyd Harrell, a.k.a. “Crimefighter.”

“This is a troubling prosecution all the way around.” – Kathryn Kase, executive director, Texas Defender Service.

“This is a troubling prosecution all the way around.” – Kathryn Kase, executive director, Texas Defender Service.

“The stereotype here – that moms are more worried about their mummy tummy than the kids – that’s offensive. And that’s a male prosecutor making these comments about a woman.” – Brian Stull, senior staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union’s Capital Punishment Project.

“The stereotype here – that moms are more worried about their mummy tummy than the kids – that’s offensive. And that’s a male prosecutor making these comments about a woman.” – Brian Stull, senior staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union’s Capital Punishment Project.

“She’s committing suicide and the thing is, she’s not guilty. They’re going to kill her because she is willing to die to protect her other child.” – Waco businessman Brian Pardo, who years ago funded his own investigation into the case.

“She’s committing suicide and the thing is, she’s not guilty. They’re going to kill her because she is willing to die to protect her other child.” – Waco businessman Brian Pardo, who years ago funded his own investigation into the case.

“I think they thought, ‘There’s no evidence that she did this, so let’s cover up all our secrets because, in the end, she’s going to come out [of jail].’ She trusted me, and that’s when she started telling me things.” – Sandy Aitken, Darin Routier’s aunt.

“I think they thought, ‘There’s no evidence that she did this, so let’s cover up all our secrets because, in the end, she’s going to come out [of jail].’ She trusted me, and that’s when she started telling me things.” – Sandy Aitken, Darin Routier’s aunt.

“The police were putting on this big show of feeling sorry her. They played us like a harp, and we sang to the tune. I’m sure they had big laughs over how they played us, and how we fell for it.” – Darin Routier’s mother, Sarilda Routier, shown here speaking on the steps of the Capitol during the 2012 March to Abolish the Death Penalty.

“The police were putting on this big show of feeling sorry her. They played us like a harp, and we sang to the tune. I’m sure they had big laughs over how they played us, and how we fell for it.” – Darin Routier’s mother, Sarilda Routier, shown here speaking on the steps of the Capitol during the 2012 March to Abolish the Death Penalty.