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Donald Pee Wee Gaskins | The Meanest Man in America - Part 3

Ep. 194

Pee Wee pulled her head away from him and turned towards the little girl and started to undress her. This is when Doreen tried valiantly to defend her child. She clawed and screamed and kicked. It was little use as she had no weapons and Pee Wee had a hammer. He hit Doreen over and over and over again over the head with the hammer until the young woman lay dead. The little two year old probably could not comprehend what had happened, but she probably knew the bad man had hurt her mother very badly. As she screamed and cried for her dead mother, Pee Wee then...






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