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snitch Johnny Fryman handwritten letter to Christa Pike *NO ENVELOPE*


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This letter is very interesting in that it is correspondence between Christa Pike and Johnny Fryman which he wrote to Pike AFTER he turned her letters over to authorities. This letter iwas written on August 23, 2001 and is a rambling manipulative and sarcastic apology from Fryman. Envelope from Fryman is not included but we will include a handwritten envelope from Pike. Fryman letter is two pages both front and back - four pages of written word.

A little about Johnny and Christa's relationship and Johnny's eventual turning over of Christa's letters:

Johnny Fryman mailed Knox County Assistant District Attorney Bill Crabtree eight letters of love and violence written between Sept. 11 and Oct. 19, 2000, by Pikwho is held at the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville, Tenn. The contents of t Sept. 11 letter indicate the two had been writing to each other for some time. The eight letters were filed in Knox County court this week as exhibits in Pike's latest appeal of her 1996 death sentence. "Figure all these things are of more value to you than to me," Fryman wrote to Crabtree. "You see Mr. Prosecutor dude I'm down (in prison) for Satanic Murder. They say that I practice magic still." He goes on to write, "Christa loves me - go figure eh?... Foolish girl that she is." Fryman concludes: "You have a nice day Mr. Crabtree - or whoever has her case."

Frymann, 38, is serving a life sentence in Ohio for the 1987 murder of 21-year-old Monica Lemen, whom he lured to his Fairfield trailer and shot in the back of the head in his "sorcery room." The room featured black-painted walls, a gravestone altar, animal jawbones, satanic figurines and a plastic ram's head. Fryman sawed off Ms. Lemen's legs and left them behind an Indiana church. In 1993, Fryman was nearly killed by other inmates for being a snitch during a riot at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville that left one guard and nine inmates dead.

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