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Fred Lane's Wife & Killer Runs A Child's Day Camp Now

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Damn, that's crazy. She only did 6 years for murdering her husband and now works with children on a day basis.

 

Two convicted murderers are running a summer day camp for children at a Raleigh University.

 

One of the women was involved in a high profile murder of her husband, a former Carolina Panthers player, and the other was convicted of killing her own child.

 

 

http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?section=news/local&id=9154473

 

 

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We can't judge, right?

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Yea I also heard that one of the administrators at that university is Tommy Jone, who murdered Jake Delhomme's career

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my kids piss me off all the time, where is this camp?

 

 

Hey kids daddy is sending you to camp!! 

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everyone one deserves a second shot

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Cool. Everyone deserves a second chance.  Nice of St. Aug to give them an opportunity to run their daycare at their school.  Gotta few friends that go to St. Aug lol

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theyre kids damnit, not pianos.

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I guess her banquet hall n breakfast buffetin the hood didnt make it. I was shocked she used her real name when I signed her up for service.

2 weeks after she was released...

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