By Robert Scott
<CENTER>He Used A Claw Hammer. . .</CENTER>
Frankie Cochran knew her boyfriend, David Gerard, was once possessive, controlling, and susceptible to violent rages. whilst she attempted to damage up with him, Gerard threatened her with a hammer. One week later, he used it to membership her within the head. back. And back. Then he stabbed her within the throat--and left her for useless. . .
<CENTER>And a pointy Knife. . .</CENTER>
Miraculously, Frankie survived--but police officers started to suspect Gerard of different vicious crimes. one in every of his past girlfriends had died in a home fireplace, with her teenagers and her mom. a neighborhood prostitute's brutalized physique used to be present in a pool of blood. however it was once the unsolved homicide of one other woman--repeatedly run over on a rustic road--that ultimately uncovered Gerard as a rage-driven monster uncontrolled. . .
<CENTER>To unharness His Rage</CENTER>
Justice eventually stuck up with Gerard....
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This would require more surgery. The left quadrant of both of her eyes had suffered damage, and they would never be the same as before the attack. Her eye sockets and eyebrow area had suffered extensive damage. Although those injuries were repaired, her parents noted: Someday she will have to look at herself in a mirror again. That day will be very tragic for her. There were still problems in her neck area where she had been stabbed by Gerard. These problems required more surgery in the future.
Lane Youmans knew that in Washington State, David Gerard could be brought to trial within sixty days, unless the defense lawyer asked for more time. Because of that, the prosecution would have to be ready, just in case, and everything that Lane and the other detectives gathered now would be vitally important. They would have to get medical records describing Frankie’s injuries, search Gerard’s vehicle and apartment in Aberdeen, find the hammer he had used to attack Frankie and the clothes he had been wearing when he attacked her.
Lane photographed the scene from every angle; then he stood back and just gazed at the scene in its totality. As he recalled later, “I stood there in the cold morning air and took in every detail. The tire tracks in the gravel indicated that the suspect had chased the victim west down the road, knocking her down near the center of the road. But it hadn’t been at a high rate of speed, since her lower legs were not broken by the vehicle bumper. The clothing was spread out on the roadway in almost a straight line.