Lesbian Hate Crimes Wife; An Hero’s Self, Family Tradition Bonus

Dallas Kristin Augustine, 32, a manly-looking lesbian was married to a hotter looking older lady of 50 named Jessie McCaskill. But she still liked to trawl the lesbian bars and was hooking up with another woman. When McCaskill found out how trampy her herman-munster-looking lifeparter was, she kicked Augustine out of the house, burned the wedding photos and posted Augustine’s confession on Facebook in lulzy triumph. Augustine killed McCaskill in what is assuredly a hate crime and then shot herself in the face, barely improving her looks. As a bonus, this was just a family tradition since Augustine’s Dad killed his wife too.

Dallas Augustine, right, ragequits her lesbian relationship after she cheats on her "wife"

Dallas Augustine, right, ragequits her lesbian relationship after she cheats on her “wife”

From the DailyMail here:

Dallas Kristin Augustine, 32, carried on a relationship with a woman she met at a bar months before killing Jessie McCaskill, 50, at their home in Phoenix, Arizona.

Augustine was the daughter of Kathy Augustine who died in 2006. Augustine’s stepfather, Chaz Higgs, was later convicted of murdering Kathy Augustine by injecting her with a paralytic drug.

Friends and family told investigators that the affair resulted in the ‘other woman’ trying to blackmail Augustine, under threat of revealing the affair. McCaskill kicked her wife out of their house after she revealed the affair and expressed suicidal thoughts. While Augustine stayed at a hotel for a short time, McCaskill burned their wedding photos.

Augustine wrote a confession about the affair that McCaskill later posted on Facebook for all of their friends to see. The couple had been together for about six years and had gotten married in California, but they had disputes in the months leading up to the murder-suicide. Then, shortly before the murder-suicide, they reunited in hopes of working things out, but their problems persisted.

Officers who were called August 27 to perform a welfare check at the home shared by Augustine and McCaskill discovered their bodies near the front door, with a handgun between them.

It is clear that Obama needs to put forth an effort to keep guns out of the hands of ugly, angry lesbians. If it would save just one life, he has a duty to do so.

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5 comments on “Lesbian Hate Crimes Wife; An Hero’s Self, Family Tradition Bonus
  1. Why would you write such horrible things about a person? Nobody knows for sure what happened between Dallas and Jessie that day. No matter what really happened, Dallas was a very good friend to me. Dallas treated me with kindness and respect and a gentle heart when the rest of the world was cruel. She constantly reminded me that I was a beautiful person inside, regardless of what people see on the outside, and that I was a soul worth knowing. For her kindness, I was a better person. I love her very much and miss her terribly. One thing I know is that Dallas’ life was full of heartache, moreso than anyone I have ever known in my life. Even such, she always had a smile to give and words of encouragement for people suffering. As well, she LOVED Jessie with all her heart. It’s not anyone’s place to speak about their relationship and it’s weaknesses, as we all have them and nobody is perfect. How dare you speak of her that way. Obviously, you never knew her. Dallas endured such painful life experiences, ones that most of us could not survive, and I believe that Jessie was all that Dallas lived for. The thought of losing the only person left on earth that she loved must have been more than she could take, but again, nobody knows exactly what happened that day. I never knew Jessie, but from what I have been told, she was a wonderful, loving and giving soul. It’s hard to imagine if you didn’t know her, but Dallas was too. How dare you speak that way about her. Shame on you. How hateful.

  2. Wow such touching words for a psychopathic murderer! Liberals such as yourself always go around refusing to judge anyone’s behavior and love to bully people into silence with words such as “how dare you talk” about a murderer’s behavior. If you refuse to use your own brain to assess the behavior as right versus wrong, including her life decisions which led to the murder it is you who should be pitied. Sorry you lost a friend, but maybe you could have done more to prevent this tragedy instead of standing silently by on your self-righteous nonjudgemental moral high ground? I hope your decisions to not judge this person’s wicked behavior brings you great comfort in your friend’s eternal absence.

  3. Connie,

    We are currently producing a show for the Investigation Discovery Channel on the Dallas Augustine/Jessie McCaskill case. We would love to chat with you about Dallas and Jessie could you please contact me at your convenience? My email is acrayle@sirensmedia.com and my office number is 301-244-3242.

    Thank you for your time and consideration

    Angelia Crayle

  4. This author made no attempt to hide his/her hatred for lesbian couples so anything written is highly suspect. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. May both RIP.

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