A photo or video doesn’t always provide an accurate representation of reality. Some say the camera adds 15 pounds. Some say Snapchat filters trick you into meeting up with average looking people instead of the guy with dog ears and sparkles you saw in the profile picture. Some people, like Chasity Carey, think the camera adds too many opportunities for felony convictions…
STILLWATER, Okla. – A Stillwater bail bond agent who shot and killed her client has spoken out for the first time on television Tuesday on Inside Edition.
“I was in shock when I saw that video,” said Chasity Carey. “It made me look like a monster.”
The monster being interviewed in this article is our good ol’pal Chasity Carey. You may know her if you have ever spent a thirsty Thursday getting a little too honky-tonk on the Stillwater Strip and needed a bail bond for your third public intoxication offense brought to you by the Stillwater PD. You may also know her as the bail bondswoman from the video she mentioned that shows her shooting and killing an unarmed client.
Chasity was recently found not guilty of the murder, something that Patrick gave you a couple of weeks ago here. But while speaking out to Inside Edition (apparently Current Affair didn’t pay enough) for the first time since the ruling, Chasity offers a new perspective on the incident with the same old bullshit…
“It was in the back, but it was in self-defense,” she said.
Carey claims we didn’t see Williams off camera, lunging back at her.
“I have never been that scared my whole entire life,” she said.
If you were that scared, imagine being held against your will in a bail bondsman office and then being shot in the back! Talk about a real scary situation…
Law enforcement see the situation differently.
“He never possessed the gun. He never had the gun. The gun was closed in a drawer,” said Sergeant Kyle Bruce, Stillwater detective. “She was the aggressor. He was never violently aggressive towards either one of them.”
“If she wanted to kill him, a kill shot – she was less than a foot away from him; she could have put it to his head or to his heart,” said Jarrod Stevenson, Carey’s attorney. “The very first thing she did was call 911. You don’t call 911 if you want someone to die.”
I don’t know if Mr. Stevenson has seen the video, but his client definitely did fire off a kill shot. It killed a guy. And screw the 911 call. I’m pretty sure the first thing she did was shoot an unarmed man.
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