By John Ferak
The distant farming neighborhood of Murdock, Nebraska, the least most likely atmosphere for one of many heartland's such a lot ruthless and bloody double murders in many years. in truth, the little city had long past greater than a century and not using a unmarried murder. yet at the evening of Easter 2006, Wayne and Sharmon inventory have been brutally murdered of their domestic. The murders garnered sensational frontpage headlines and drew instant statewide realization. virtually every person round Murdock was once packed with worry, panic, and outrage. Who killed Wayne and Sharmon inventory? What was once the reason? The shares have been the essence of Nebraska's all-American farm family members, self-made, God-fearing, and of excessive ethical personality. slightly every week into this double homicide research, arrests introduced a feeling of aid to the sufferers' kinfolk and to neighborhood citizens. The case seemed to fall smartly into position whilst a tiny speck of homicide sufferer Wayne Stock's blood seemed within the alleged getaway motor vehicle. Then, an imprecise clue...
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Yelled the other. And so he did. ” the shooter screamed. 12-gauge shotgun rang out. The deafening first shot missed the sleeping couple, but startled them awake. The Stocks were trapped, the sanctity of their master bedroom violated. Wayne Stock owned an assortment of hunting rifles and shotguns, but his weapons cache was locked away in his gun cabinet in his office across the hall. As Wayne tried to escape the bedroom, one of the armed intruders fired a second shotgun blast, striking his left knee and shattering his leg.
His uncle Wayne also served on the Elmwood-Murdock school board, a largely rural K-12 district of about four hundred students. While in school, Matt often became the target of ridicule and teasing. Other students didn’t understand his varying degrees of learning disabilities. He stuck out and had very few friends. At family gatherings, Matt did not really hang around and socialize with his more successful cousins, such as Wayne’s sons, Andy and Steven, or their sister Tammy. The Stocks and the Drakes—Sharmon’s family—considered Matt Livers odd and strange.
M. to retrieve Charlie. The two young adults stayed for about fifteen minutes, sharing small talk about their trip earlier that day to visit Cassondra’s parents and grandparents. The Stocks lived about two miles from the nearest town, Murdock, population 269. It’s a vibrant little farming community nestled along Nebraska’s two-lane Highway 1, sandwiched between Omaha and Lincoln. The Stocks’ large extended family stretched out across a remote corner of southeastern Nebraska, a region dominated by cornstalks, combines, and cattle.