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Cleaning lady killed at hotel job,
19-time felon arrested as the woman's
destitute and disabled widower mourns

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Posted By: Ribicon, 4/24/2021 10:54:54 AM

A Florida cleaning woman was killed at work, leaving behind a devastated, destitute and wheelchair-bound husband. A 19-time felon with a history of violence is reportedly in custody on murder charges. Tina Strader was found Tuesday morning in the closet of room 209 at the Rodeway Inn in Venice, where she and her disabled widower, Gerald Strader, live and work. People magazine reports that it was Gerald who made the grisly discovery when he went looking for his wife and discovered her severely beaten with a towel stuffed in her mouth. The Miami Herald reports that the room’s bed was covered in blood.


Keeping wages minimized is a national priority of USA because people at the need unimaginable fortunes. Here, a mother toiled in a motel so rundown and sketchy that she'd often text her wheelchair-bound husband while cleaning rooms to assure him that she was safe. Things changed when she crossed paths with a violent repeat felon who cost too much to keep in prison.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Ribicon 4/24/2021 10:58:08 AM (No. 765686)
A government that cares about its citizenry would never had let this person loose on the streets. FTA: "Deputies caught up to Havrilka near the bank. He has 34 prior felony charges, 19 felony convictions, 16 misdemeanor charges, 10 misdemeanor convictions and four stints in prison, according to the sheriff’s department and court records. He was 'acting erratic, speaking gibberish, and he started kneeling and praying on the ground. He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and/or narcotics,” the arrest report said. 'Speaking in tongues,' Hoffman added. 'It took five deputies to place him in custody,' Hoffman said."
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Reply 2 - Posted by: pros7767 4/24/2021 11:01:26 AM (No. 765689)
Won't hear much about this as it goes against the Dem's plans for the abolition of prisons and SJ. Very sad.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: wilarrbie 4/24/2021 11:13:52 AM (No. 765703)
FWIW, I'm White, the perp is White and I think the cops should have shot him on sight.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: volksford 4/24/2021 11:20:46 AM (No. 765708)
Bring back the noose !
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Reply 5 - Posted by: DVC 4/24/2021 11:46:54 AM (No. 765747)
This animal should have long ago fallen under the "three strikes" rule and spent the rest of his hideous, vicious life behind bars, never to again be inflicted on normal people. It's a real shame that he is still alive.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: iraengneer 4/24/2021 11:53:39 AM (No. 765755)
In an earlier wiser era, convicted FELONS were automatically and rapidly executed. Publicly. Chlorine in the gene pool and improving the neighborhood. Cases such as this support that practice.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Bur Oak 4/24/2021 12:02:28 PM (No. 765763)
There ought to be a performance database for judges. It might list number of trials conducted, number of convictions, number of convictions overturned, length of jail sentences, and recidivism rate of convicts.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: TJ54 4/24/2021 1:33:07 PM (No. 765857)
Another Democrat voter on the loose
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Reply 9 - Posted by: lakerman1 4/24/2021 1:41:11 PM (No. 765867)
The perp is Hunter Biden without the connections.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: NorthernDog 4/24/2021 2:13:28 PM (No. 765894)
There are a lot of evil people around. Each of us has probably crossed paths with a few, but were not targeted. This poor woman never had a chance once he decided to kill her.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: hershey 4/24/2021 2:21:19 PM (No. 765902)
19 time felon? And he was out of jail, walking around??? No justice for his actions that's for sure...and he'll get off this one as well probably...
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Strike3 4/24/2021 3:37:21 PM (No. 765950)
The guy looks like one of the crew that Disney hired.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Omen55 4/24/2021 6:55:51 PM (No. 766119)
At least in FL they use the death penalty.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 4/25/2021 12:24:45 AM (No. 766272)
Serous tats, especially that tear. More to him than we are reading.
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