Violence erupted in the Lannert home on July 4, 1990, leaving 44-year-old Tom Lannert dead. Local police launched an investigation, but the subsequent trial left a traumatized Stacey unable to explain her actions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
St. John, Missouri: Stacey Lannert - Convicted of Parricide at Age 18
Go to https://deadboltmysterysociety.com/ and use the promo code: deadbolt20 for 20% OFF your first order!Scary Mysteries Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiE86yS_VM7qjiICqRPmwLQ?view_as=subscriberOwn Shares In Our New HORROR MOVIE: https://www.startengine.com/an-angry-boyContact US: firstname.lastname@example.orgParricide is defined as the killing of a close relative, usually a parent. It encompasses patricide, the killing of one’s father, as well as matricide wherein the mother is killed by her own child. In the United States, parricide represents just 1% of all homicide cases in which the relationship of the victim and offender is known, making it an extremely rare case in America. Among the few notable incidents of such unforgivable crime, the case of Stacey Lannert has been one of the often cited. She has become part of the 25% of offenders, 18 years old and under, who killed their father based on a decades-long study of parricide cases in America. It’s definitely not a source of pride for the Lannert family, but Stacey has risen above this ordeal,and taken an inspiring path since then.
In 1990, after a decade of abuse at her father’s hands—and a devastating incident involving her younger sister—18-year-old Stacey Lannert reached a tipping point. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
32. Stacey Lannert shot and killed her abusive father
All The Wiser
On July 4th, 1990, 18-year-old Stacey Lannert shot and killed her father, who had been sexually abusing her since she was eight. She was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentence to life without parole: Missouri state law, a disbelieving prosecutor and Stacey's own vulnerable state-of-mind all conspired against her. This harrowing real-life story of survival takes many twists and turns and is as dramatic as any movie. It is devastating, important subject matter and exquisitely told by a brave woman committed to justice for herself and all of man-kind.Episode benefitting:Center for Women in Transition cwitstl.orgChamp Assistance Dogs champdogs.orgSt. Louis Foodbank stlfoodbank.orgFollow us on social media!Twitter: @allthewiserpodInstagram: @allthewiserpodcastFacebook: @allthewiserpodcastSign up for our newsletter via our websiteHave a story to share with us or feedback about an episode you heard? Email us at email@example.comIf you like what you heard on today's show, please consider sharing this episode and giving us a 5 star rating and review on Apple Podcasts! It helps other awesome people like you find our show.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
STG 1. Bikers Against Child Abuse and Stacey Lannert
Survivor Team Go!
In the first episode of Survivor Team Go!, we shout out to Ryan who just got out of a relationship with his horribly abusive ex-boyfriend, cry about Bikers Against Child Abuse, and tell the story of Stacey Lannert, who was convicted of first degree murder for killing her sexually and physically abusive father.