Sherese Walker Bingham /// 348 /// 349

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  • Uncle D.

    Uncle D. BFE

    I feel as if the Captain has a big one.

    I feel as if the Captain has a big one.

  • Georgi Halverson

    Georgi Halverson Madison

    In regards to the dogs. We have 3 Great Danes, who are also guard dogs by nature like German Shepards. Dogs that are off leash aren't always under voice command unfortunately. She had to "rangle" the dogs with the biker which would indicate that they were not 100% under voice. The gun would allow the person to shoot from a far and being someone the dogs know, they could have treats and know the dogs behavior. The dogs are the key. Guard dogs would not allow someone that they didn't know to come close. The person who killed her is someone she knew.... Period. I can say with certainty if she was indeed murdered.

    In regards to the dogs. We have 3 Great Danes, who are also guard dogs by nature like German Shepards.

    Dogs that are off leash aren't always under voice command unfortunately. She had to "rangle" the dogs with the biker which would indicate that they were not 100% under voice.
    The gun would allow the person to shoot from a far and being someone the dogs know, they could have treats and know the dogs behavior. The dogs are the key. Guard dogs would not allow someone that they didn't know to come close.

    The person who killed her is someone she knew.... Period. I can say with certainty if she was indeed murdered.

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    Georgi Halverson • Madison Thanks for sharing. Captain

    Georgi Halverson • Madison

    Thanks for sharing.

    Captain

  • Cookie

    Cookie Lyndon, Kansas

    I was walking with my dog on a trail and carry a concealed Glock. I fell over some low lying barb wire as my dog went to explore and my hand gun made a clicking noise as I fell on hard ground. Fortunately, I do not chamber when in non tactical rough terrain. But I understand this was a murder.

    I was walking with my dog on a trail and carry a concealed Glock. I fell over some low lying barb wire as my dog went to explore and my hand gun made a clicking noise as I fell on hard ground.

    Fortunately, I do not chamber when in non tactical rough terrain.

    But I understand this was a murder.

  • Megan

    Megan Minnesota

    Anyone know what happened to the dogs after the shooting? Did Eugene just take them home? I’m thinking if the dogs saw him kill Sherese, they would lose trust and act differently around him.

    Anyone know what happened to the dogs after the shooting? Did Eugene just take them home?

    I’m thinking if the dogs saw him kill Sherese, they would lose trust and act differently around him.

  • Tasha

    Tasha Houston TX

    “Shit princess”- the captain has & aways will crack me up 😂 Ps... the husband is completely guilty. I don’t think she took the gun- he brought it to Kill her

    “Shit princess”- the captain has & aways will crack me up 😂
    Ps... the husband is completely guilty. I don’t think she took the gun- he brought it to
    Kill her

  • Matt

    Matt Blue Virginia

    A couple of questions: 1. Why did Eugene report the empty gun case in his home when, if guilty, he could have easily discarded it? 2. Is it possible that Eugene knows what happened, but learned about it after the fact?

    A couple of questions:

    1. Why did Eugene report the empty gun case in his home when, if guilty, he could have easily discarded it?

    2. Is it possible that Eugene knows what happened, but learned about it after the fact?

  • Olivia

    Olivia Illinois

    Get Dateline Investigative team on this! Sherese and her family need peace. Eugene clearly did this to his poor belated wife and it’s time for justice.

    Get Dateline Investigative team on this! Sherese and her family need peace. Eugene clearly did this to his poor belated wife and it’s time for justice.

  • Jennifer

    Jennifer Jackson, MI

    Why do people take lie detector tests? Absolutely nothing good can come from it.

    Why do people take lie detector tests? Absolutely nothing good can come from it.

  • RACHEL

    RACHEL O-H-I-O

    I have held and shot several guns, including a Glock 43 and a small 38. Not big guns by any means, handguns, but still pretty heavy. I would know if one was in a carry pouch. I am confused as to why anyone would think she would pick up a gun pouch to wear or carry with her and not know the gun wasn't in there. So while it seems implausible that someone would get close enough to her to get her gun with her dogs around, to me it seems just as unlikely that she would be walking around with an empty gun pouch without noticing. Am I missing some piece of the story about why anyone thinks the gun was brought from somewhere else by someone else? I did listen to both parts but I was at work so it's entirely conceivable that I missed something!

    I have held and shot several guns, including a Glock 43 and a small 38. Not big guns by any means, handguns, but still pretty heavy. I would know if one was in a carry pouch. I am confused as to why anyone would think she would pick up a gun pouch to wear or carry with her and not know the gun wasn't in there. So while it seems implausible that someone would get close enough to her to get her gun with her dogs around, to me it seems just as unlikely that she would be walking around with an empty gun pouch without noticing. Am I missing some piece of the story about why anyone thinks the gun was brought from somewhere else by someone else? I did listen to both parts but I was at work so it's entirely conceivable that I missed something!

  • Amy

    Amy KCMO

    i was only halfway thru Part 1 when i figured her husband did it. what a douche canoe

    i was only halfway thru Part 1 when i figured her husband did it. what a douche canoe

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    Hi again Rach! You did miss something - the gun pouch was at her home. Eugene claims Sherese took the gun out of the pouch and with her on her walk. Her family says the gun was always in the pouch no matter where it was located. I think she had no intention of bringing the gun with her. I was pointing out that if “the killer” needed to have the gun on them so they were ready to act when the opportunity presents itself then she may not have known her gun was missing because she saw her pouch. Many of us have firearms that are stored in a similar manner and not necessarily know that the guns are not in their “container or holder.” As always - good to hear from you! Cheers Nic

    Hi again Rach!
    You did miss something - the gun pouch was at her home. Eugene claims Sherese took the gun out of the pouch and with her on her walk. Her family says the gun was always in the pouch no matter where it was located. I think she had no intention of bringing the gun with her. I was pointing out that if “the killer” needed to have the gun on them so they were ready to act when the opportunity presents itself then she may not have known her gun was missing because she saw her pouch. Many of us have firearms that are stored in a similar manner and not necessarily know that the guns are not in their “container or holder.”
    As always - good to hear from you!
    Cheers Nic

  • RACHEL

    RACHEL O-H-I-O

    Thanks Nic! That makes much more sense. Note self: listen more carefully next time :)

    Thanks Nic! That makes much more sense. Note self: listen more carefully next time smile

  • Oregon Buckeye

    Oregon Buckeye Eugene, Oregon

    Hey guys-- I love your show and I believe I've heard just about every episode. I listen as I take my dumb dog on a walk in the mornings, coincidentally. However, this time I think I've got to disagree with your conclusions here. I can easily see this is an accidental death. I think she clumsily shot herself. (Perhaps this will come across as victim-blaming but hear me out.) 1. She was walking two large, protective (or aggressive) dogs off-leash in a public park on a public path. To me, this speaks to poor judgement. We know that she had to 'corral' the dogs when a bicyclist approached. We know that the dogs kept EMTs from approaching her. Apparently, she also kept the .25 in her breast pocket. Again, not the best choice. 2. That pistol is really not a good gun, almost worthless. It is impossible to hit anything at a distance of more than four or five feet away. They are also 'junky' for lack of a better word. Keeping a round chambered in that thing is asinine. It's an accidental discharge waiting to happen. 3. Eugene's alibi is the exact sort of story I would expect from a pothead watching a basketball game in his room down in the basement. I would actually be more suspicious of him if he had a stronger alibi. He can't be both a dunce (giving the wrong times, getting caught in easily-detected lies, constantly stumbling over details) and a criminal mastermind able to get away with a homicide like this or a conspiracy. 4. What sort of DNA would one expect to find on a steel pistol if there is not blood? He says he was the one responsible for cleaning it. He touched it, probably more than she did. 5. My version of the accident-- Sherese is walking her two dogs, off-leash. She has a minor confrontation with the bicyclist or a pedestrian. Angrily, she puts her dogs on the leash. At some point, she takes her pistol from her breast pocket. Perhaps she feels threatened. Perhaps there is more to the confrontation with the bicyclist. Perhaps, she thinks she is being threatened or followed. (Sounds like paranoia to me, but whatever.) Regardless, her gun is out. She moves to place it back into her breast pocket. The event takes place in the winter and the colonel referred to her clothing as coveralls, so I'm picturing bulky clothes like a Carhart suit or something. She goes to place the piece in her pocket. She's also holding onto the leash attached to two large dogs, already a bit on edge. She has the gun in her left hand, along with the leash, and her right hand is pulling the pocket open. As she moves to put the loaded, chambered gun away, the dogs jerk the leash and she fires a round off. It goes through her sleeve as her right arm is already in front of her chest. Through the sleeve and into her chest. 6. It's a small round, not a lot bigger than a .22 but still lethal. It staggers her. She drops the leash and the gun and frantically digs through her purse, trying to get her phone. This explains the scattered contents. She is unable to call 911 before she passes out. Or the phone is dead already. She dies, sadly. The dogs remain by her side. 7. The reason why there is not enough evidence to convict Eugene is because he didn't do it and was not there. 8. Cellphone pings are notoriously sketchy evidence and I don't give credence to them. 9. Eugene was a crappy husband but that doesn't make him a murderer. He's just a dope. (If this really was a murder, and I don't think it was, the side piece is a much stronger suspect and Eugene didn't even need to know abut it.) 10. "... Lying shit princess..." is gold. I plan to steal it and use it frequently. One last thing.... O-H...

    Hey guys--

    I love your show and I believe I've heard just about every episode. I listen as I take my dumb dog on a walk in the mornings, coincidentally. However, this time I think I've got to disagree with your conclusions here. I can easily see this is an accidental death. I think she clumsily shot herself. (Perhaps this will come across as victim-blaming but hear me out.)

    1. She was walking two large, protective (or aggressive) dogs off-leash in a public park on a public path. To me, this speaks to poor judgement. We know that she had to 'corral' the dogs when a bicyclist approached. We know that the dogs kept EMTs from approaching her. Apparently, she also kept the .25 in her breast pocket. Again, not the best choice.

    2. That pistol is really not a good gun, almost worthless. It is impossible to hit anything at a distance of more than four or five feet away. They are also 'junky' for lack of a better word. Keeping a round chambered in that thing is asinine. It's an accidental discharge waiting to happen.

    3. Eugene's alibi is the exact sort of story I would expect from a pothead watching a basketball game in his room down in the basement. I would actually be more suspicious of him if he had a stronger alibi. He can't be both a dunce (giving the wrong times, getting caught in easily-detected lies, constantly stumbling over details) and a criminal mastermind able to get away with a homicide like this or a conspiracy.

    4. What sort of DNA would one expect to find on a steel pistol if there is not blood? He says he was the one responsible for cleaning it. He touched it, probably more than she did.

    5. My version of the accident-- Sherese is walking her two dogs, off-leash. She has a minor confrontation with the bicyclist or a pedestrian. Angrily, she puts her dogs on the leash. At some point, she takes her pistol from her breast pocket. Perhaps she feels threatened. Perhaps there is more to the confrontation with the bicyclist. Perhaps, she thinks she is being threatened or followed. (Sounds like paranoia to me, but whatever.) Regardless, her gun is out. She moves to place it back into her breast pocket. The event takes place in the winter and the colonel referred to her clothing as coveralls, so I'm picturing bulky clothes like a Carhart suit or something. She goes to place the piece in her pocket. She's also holding onto the leash attached to two large dogs, already a bit on edge. She has the gun in her left hand, along with the leash, and her right hand is pulling the pocket open. As she moves to put the loaded, chambered gun away, the dogs jerk the leash and she fires a round off. It goes through her sleeve as her right arm is already in front of her chest. Through the sleeve and into her chest.

    6. It's a small round, not a lot bigger than a .22 but still lethal. It staggers her. She drops the leash and the gun and frantically digs through her purse, trying to get her phone. This explains the scattered contents. She is unable to call 911 before she passes out. Or the phone is dead already. She dies, sadly. The dogs remain by her side.

    7. The reason why there is not enough evidence to convict Eugene is because he didn't do it and was not there.

    8. Cellphone pings are notoriously sketchy evidence and I don't give credence to them.

    9. Eugene was a crappy husband but that doesn't make him a murderer. He's just a dope. (If this really was a murder, and I don't think it was, the side piece is a much stronger suspect and Eugene didn't even need to know abut it.)

    10. "... Lying shit princess..." is gold. I plan to steal it and use it frequently.

    One last thing....

    O-H...

  • Keith

    Keith Spokane Washington

    Is it at all possible that the husband shot her with his gun but before she left he had switched the guts of the two guns so ballistics would match her gun but he wouldn’t have to wrestle it from her. He could have approached her and not irritated the dogs. Firing the gun could have caused the dogs to run off long enough for him to switch the gusts back to the original guns. Idk why but this just makes the most sense to me. I haven’t listened to part two yet but this is a theory that could hold some water but be almost impossible to prove. It would also explain the dna in the gun too. Also he said he cleaned her gun for her so he was probably pretty quick at disassembly and reassembly. It also would have given him an opportunity to switch the guts without raising alarm.

    Is it at all possible that the husband shot her with his gun but before she left he had switched the guts of the two guns so ballistics would match her gun but he wouldn’t have to wrestle it from her. He could have approached her and not irritated the dogs. Firing the gun could have caused the dogs to run off long enough for him to switch the gusts back to the original guns. Idk why but this just makes the most sense to me. I haven’t listened to part two yet but this is a theory that could hold some water but be almost impossible to prove. It would also explain the dna in the gun too. Also he said he cleaned her gun for her so he was probably pretty quick at disassembly and reassembly. It also would have given him an opportunity to switch the guts without raising alarm.

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    I-O! Nic

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    Nic

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