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Lawson Welles

Cricket Snapper, Manslaughter, Dominatrix, Danny Trejo, Robert Miano, Orson Welles, Cinematographer

Aud Publishing (08-01-2013 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lawson Welles (born May 6, 1975 in Lubbock, Texas) is the writer, director, producer and star of the motion picture, Cricket Snapper, released in 2005 by Phoenix Rising Films. Cricket Snapper is based on the true story of Barbara Asher, who was charged but acquitted of the manslaughter and dismemberment of Michael Lord, a New Hampshire man who allegedly suffered a heart attack while chained in her dungeon. Rather than call the authorities, police said Asher confessed she and her boyfriend chopped up Lord's body in the bathtub and dumped it behind a Maine restaurant, but DNA testing of her bathtub revealed none of Lord’s DNA or any evidence of cleaning agents. In Welles’ film, the dominatrix and her husband dump the body, but then are hunted down and murdered themselves out in the dark, snow-covered woods of Massachusetts by a vicious serial killer. Lawson Welles is the pseudonym for professional filmmaker, Scotty Stets, when acting in Hollywood films such as the upcoming Boston Girls starring Danny Trejo and Robert Miano. Stets also wrote and directed WHY WE FOUGHT, composed of interviews with World War Two and Korean War veterans from the United States, Canada, Great Britain and G
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Eldon A. Mainyu
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Film: Général, Ouvrage de référence
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Cricket, manslaughter, Cinematographer, Snapper, Dominatrix

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