You're not my real dad! - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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By the time Texas trucking company owner-operator James Kelly and his wife Marcia were married, both already had children with other people. Brady-Bunching doesn’t always work out and the matter of disciplining Marcia’s wayward daughter Shaina caused a lot of tension between the couple.

James had spent time in prison in his younger years and didn’t want Shaina repeating his mistakes but Marcia usually let her do whatever the hell she wanted. In October 2005, James Kelly was murdered but who was responsible and what could possibly be their motive?


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Sources: Snapped Season 8, Episode 1 Marcia Kelly, January 2010. Colton Weir V. The State of Texas – Appeal from 420th District Court of Nacogdoches County. Shaina Sepulvado v. The State of Texas – Appeal from 420th District Court of Nacogdoches County. Nacogdoches woman convicted in murder-for-hire plot gets life with option of parole, KTRE9, January 21, 2015. J. Patrick Capps: Allegedly Forged Documents in Brazen Attempt to Free Convicted Murderer Marcia Kelly, John Nova Lomax, Houston Press, June 22, 2011.

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