In 1997, a court found Darlie Lynn Routier guilty of probably the worst of human crimes: killing two of her natural children in cold-blood. Motive is still a mystery, but the prosecution painted her as a shrewish, materialistic young woman who, sensing her lavish lifestyle crumbling, slew her two sons Damon and Devon in a mad attempt to resuscitate her and her husbands personal economy.The following story relates the events of the murder and those leading up to her sensational trial, resulting in her conveyance to death row in Dallas, where she awaits death through lethal injection. The evidence against Darlie was damaging and, in retrospect, her defending counsel had little hope for her acquittal. But had the prosecutor revealed all of the evidence some people feel Darlie would have been a free woman.But, recent findings in her case have cast a doubt over her guilt at least over the legalities that brought her to death row. And had the prosecutor revealed all of the evidence some people feel Darlie would have been a free woman. Therefore, the final chapter in this book is dedicated to the most recent controversy that may result in a new trial for Darlie Lynn Routier.And to finally prove that Darlie Lynn Routier was a victim of a "Texas Style Witch Hunt".