Thursday, August 19, 2010
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 33
TERRE HAUTE, IN 47808
On April 20th, 2009, Delmer Smith attacked a 61 year old woman on 32 Street N.W. Bradenton at about noon time, he found the woman outside near her home and Delmer Smith pushed her inside the house with his gun to her head, it appears that her husband was coming home for lunch in a matter of minutes and Delmer Smith found out and decided to wait for the husband and attack him also, (this is the only male victim of Delmer Smith). Delmer Smith tied up the victims using electical cords with his signature “two half inch knot”, once tied up and unable to defend themselves Delemr Smith beat his victims with the butt of his .380 Walther semi-automatic hand gun around the face. Delmer Smith savagely beat the two 60 year old victims, knocking out teeth down to the roots from the male victim and breaking bones in both of the victims faces, more from this source….
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