Saturday, July 20, 2019

Dairy princess convicted in 1989 murder released from prison

Lori Esker, now 50, was convicted at trial in June 1990 of first-degree intentional homicide in the death of Lisa Cihaski, 21. She was released Tuesday morning from Robert Ellsworth Correctional in Racine County.
On June 19, Esker was recommended for a discretionary release. It was approved on June 27. Her release date was set for on or around July 16, according to a spokeswoman for the Department of Corrections.
Cihaski was found strangled in her car in the parking lot outside the former Howard Johnson motel. She worked there as an assistant sales and catering manager. She was found by her mother after she failed to come home after work on Sept. 20, 1989. Investigators said she had been strangled with a belt. Esker was arrested eight days later.
Cihaski was engaged to Esker's ex-boyfriend. Witnesses said Esker still wanted a relationship with her former boyfriend, describing her as “obsessive”. Court documents state Cihaski had gotten engaged just one month before her death.
Trial transcripts state, Cihaski's mother, Shirley Cihaski described Lisa as an optimist. She said she had planned to get married in the spring of 1991.

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TSE said...

If this was an actual Christian Nation - Lori Eskers would have been executed for her crime.

America is NOT a Christian Nation.

It is ruled by JOOOOS and fiat money.

TSE said...

Limited liability for capital crimes is the sign of a rogue and unlawful State.

How is drunk driving a crime?

Of course it's not - it is a violation of a civil contract.

I understand the Ten Commandments which don't apply to America anyways - I can't understand the myriad volumes of local, State, Federal, and International Ordinances, Statutes, Regulations, and Codes.