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She was at work in her office in a model home in a beautiful new subdivision in McKinney, Texas at 5700 Conch Train. A couple visiting the model home came by at 1:23 p.m. on July 8, 2006, and found Sarah. She was dead, on the floor of the kitchen in the model home, stabbed more than 33 times.
She was killed by a piece of trash, garbage, a scumbag, a worthless slimeball, a reprehensible piece of cheap crap, a filthy pig, someone that should have been defecated on and executed.
The North Carolina parolee, who had been in Texas for only five months, knocked at the door, claiming his car had broken down.
Kosul Chanthakoummaneasked to use the telephone, became furious about the realtor's dog, asked if it would bite, and left.
He came back and killed Sarah.
This filthy dirtbag, a 27 year old felon, who was out on parole, had been serving time for kidnapping an elderly couple.
This cowardly, stinking garbage pilebroke into a home, assaulted two elderly female residents at gun point, and stole their car.
Chanthakoummane walked in to the model home where Sarah was working, picked up a 25 pound plant stand and struck Sarah in the face and head with it.
The force of the blow broke Sarah's nose, knocked out her teeth and smashed the bones in her face.
This driveling, smelly scumbag then stabbed Sarah in her forearm, back and neck 33 times.
It took the Collins County, Texas jury about a half an houron Wednesday, October 17, 2007 to convict and decide beyond reasonable doubt that Kosoul Chanthakoummane was guilty of murdering real-estate agent Sarah Walker on July 8,2006.
Why was this trash put back out on the street?
He was released because of a "prison overcrowding law".
This sick, stinking mental defective was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
He should've been executed.
Sarah Walker was beautiful. .
She was the mother of two children.
She sold homes for a living.
Everyone loved her.
Except for her murderer.
What can we do together to prevent injury and protect ourselves, our colleagues, our families and our loved ones from violent criminals ?
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