Perhaps Stacey Castor’s most memorable gaff, the word “antifree” became a linchpin for the DA’s case. Not only did Castor stumble during a 2007 interrogation -- “When I poured the antifree...I mean, cranberry juice” -- but she also made the same spelling blunder in the forged suicide/confession note in her daughter’s name.Who is Stacey Castor and why was she charged with murder?
Stacey Castor wasn't charged in Wallace's killing, but prosecutors presented evidence during trial that she was involved as they built their case against her. Prosecutors said she killed her husbands to collect on their life insurance policies and estates.Did Stacey Castor try to frame Ashley Wallace?
After Stacey Castor killed her husband David in 2005, she tried to frame her daughter Ashley Wallace — and then murder her too. YouTube Stacey Castor and her first husband, Michael Wallace. On Aug. 22, 2005, Stacey Castor called 911.Who is Stacey Solomon and what happened to her?
On February 5, 2009, Stacey was found guilty on one count of second-degree murder for David's poison homicide and an additional count of attempted second-degree murder of Ashley. A month later on Tuesday, March 5, she was sentenced to 51 years to life in prison.