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A reporter friend of mine calls this well documented phenomenon “the chick discount.” The more vulgar lawyer term is a “pussy pass.” At Noudga’s conviction and sentencing, I was taken aback when the judge (not the same one from the bail hearing) announced there wouldn’t have been enough evidence to convict her.
In her notes, Noudga also made a list of what she believed to be the potentially damning evidence against her boyfriend.
One of the more gruesome and still inexplicable things she wrote was “limbs cut off without hesitation.” When that ugly phrase was read out in court at the bail hearing, a pregnant friend of the Bosmas fled the room in tears.
Those were the words Christina Noudga wrote in the jottings police seized from her bedroom on the day she was arrested in April 2014. “Everything happens for a reason,” said one officer who worked on the case.
Her notes, or whatever they were, were taken along with the letters Millard wrote to her from jail. It took a year to arrest her, he explained, but what a trove of evidence Noudga stashed over that period.
Millard’s letters and Noudga’s notes first came to light at Noudga’s bail hearing in the summer of 2014, after she had spent just over three months in jail charged as an accessory after the fact in the murder of Tim Bosma.