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Andrea and Glenna Star in Women on Death Row 3! Not What You Think.

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Late last fall, Glenna Whitley and I were interviewed for the We Channel documentary Women On Death Row 3. The producers were featuring Tarrant County's first woman to be sentenced to death, Chelsea Richardson, about whom Glenna and I wrote for the paper version of Unfair Park back in 2004. Richardson has been convicted of helping her boyfriend, Andrew Wamsley, murder his parents for their -- meager, once you divide it up among the four people involved in the crime and, oh, plus those pesky other family members -- insurance money.

Tune in at 8 p.m. on the We channel. I haven't seen the documentary yet, though some girl did friend me on MySpace after seeing it during its first airing earlier this month. Ladies and gentlemen, We have arrived. --Andrea Grimes

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