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Carmon Vick - Mrs. Carmor Brummett To Plead Not Guilty On...
Mrs. Carmor Brummett To Plead Not Guilty On Murder Count Quoting his client as saying she shot her husband just after he had abused her and before he had fallen asleep, W. R. Fain, Jr., attorney for Mrs. Carmor Vick Brummett, 28-year-old 28-year-old 28-year-old 28-year-old 28-year-old mother of two children, and who is to go on trial Tuesday in Montgomery county criminal court on a charge of murder in the first degree, said today Mrs. Brummett would plead not guilty and would contend that the slaying of her husband,. Clarence Clarence Brummett, District 11 farm hand, two months ago, was justified. justified. The defense will not likely ask a continuance of the case which is scheduled to be called for trial at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, Mr. Fain said. The exact facts in the case were not made public by Mrs. Brummett Brummett in her confession to Attorney General Matt G. Lyle and Sheriff W. E. Beaumont on the night-i night-i night-i ter her husband was buried, Mr. Fain said. In her confession It Was stated that the woman claimed she shot her husband whlle he sleirt early in the msrning. Mr Fain said the condition of Brum-mctt's Brum-mctt's Brum-mctt's body and the coagulated state into which the blood had formed, at the time Coroner T. E. Huggins viewed the body proved that , Brummett 'g death had occurred' occurred' several hours before. Confronting her with these facts shortly before the preliminary trial several weeks ago, Mr. Fain said Mrs. Brummett admitted the killing killing took place about 11 o'clock the night before.' She told Mr. Fain, the attorney said, that Brummett, afflicted with a disease, abused her over her violent objection and was rough with her four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old son. She said, according to the counsel, that she seized the pistol and shot Brummett Just as - he laid down in the bed. The woman, whose first story to officers was that Brummett, brooding brooding over tho fact he earned less than a dollar per day for his labors, labors, shot himself about 4 o'clock In the morning while In bed,' and as she was preparing his breakfast "In the kitehen adjoining the bedroom, bedroom, told Mr. Fain, he said, that after shooting her husband that night she and her oldest son walked walked about in the yard awaiting dawn, while the smaller son, who she said was not awakened by the report of the 38-calibre 38-calibre 38-calibre pistol, continued to sleep in the room with the dead body. The case Is said to be one of the most sensational In the; history of the county and a large crowd is expected to Jam Into the courtroom courtroom Tuesday. 1 . . The woman, Blnce ,her preliminary preliminary hearing, has been held In Jail awaiting trial. 1

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  1. The Leaf-Chronicle,
  2. 13 Jun 1936, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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