Monday, December 19, 2011

Serial Killer Jeremy Sly Charged in North Port Fl Murders Brought to Sarasota County Jail From State Prison, Jeremy and Jamie Sly Twin Brother Serial Killers.

Sarasota County Jail is now home to mass murderer serial killer Jermey Sly who joins mad dog rapist, murderer, serial killer Delmer Smith along with internationally known black thug Shawn Tyson who is charged with the murder of British tourists James Cooper, 25, and James Kouzaris, 24, Murder Inc in Sarasota Fl. 

UK News Telegraph; Florida murders: Teenager Shawn Tyson accused of killing two Britons linked with feared street gang "These tattoos are gang tags that identify these hoodlums when they are operating on the street and also when they inevitably end up in prison," private investigator Bill Warner said.

Florida white trash dirtbag Jeremy Sly, the man charged with the cold-case murders of an elderly Port Charlotte Fl couple, is described as a serial mass killer who has confessed to at least six slayings. Serving life in prison for one murder, Jeremy Bruce Sly was served an indictment in the first-degree murders of Paul and Rita Stasny, ages 71 and 69, who were killed 15 years ago.  Jeremy Sly, 41, admitted killing the Stasnys and four members of a North Port family the same night in 1991, officials said.

SARASOTA HERLD TRIBUNE, NORTH PORT - Prosecutors are proceeding with murder charges against a man who has already confessed to the shocking slayings of a Port Charlotte couple and a North Port family in 1991.

North Port police have booked Jeremy Bruce Sly, 41 – who is already serving a life sentence for a murder in Collier County – into the Sarasota County jail on four counts of homicide and a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

Jeremy Sly along with his twin brother Jamie Sly, both with DOB 3/02/1970, have been serving a life sentence on murder and armed burglary charges in connection with the Nov. 13, 1991, death of an elderly North Carolina woman in Naples.

OTHERS SOUGHT IN SOUTHWEST FL MASS MURDERS; Investigators will get the others "sooner rather than later," said Jim Myers, the lead Florida Department of Law Enforcement special agent on the case.

Myers would not say whether Jeremy Sly's twin brother, Jamie Sly, who also is serving life in prison for murder, is a suspect.  The execution-style slayings of the Stasnys, Villegas and the children mark one of the most violent massacres in the history of Southwest Florida, Myers said.

After midnight on Dec. 19, 1991, intruders broke into the Stasnys' home on Frisco Terrace. They shot the couple to death, killed their golden retriever, ransacked their home and stole several items, including liquor and guns.

About 2:30 a.m., the killers hit the Villegas house, about 3 1/2 miles away. They went through the home, shooting Villegas and his four stepchildren -- Revonda Peay, 13, Billy Ray Hall Jr., 11, Jawantis Peay, 9, and Richard Peay, 8. Only Jawantis Peay survived. Villegas's wife, Donna, was home but escaped through a rear door.

Melanie Bonjour, one of the Stasnys' daughters, said she was the family member who first walked through her parents' home after detectives released it.  "I saw the condition of the house. I saw where my parents died. I saw where the dog died. I saw how it was ransacked," Bonjour, 48, of Danbury, Conn., said Thursday. "Now I see the face (of the killer.) It's almost like I see more of what went on that evening than I did then. It's just a heavy feeling."  Bonjour said she was disturbed to learn Jeremy Sly (and his twin brother Jamie Sly) had committed a murder in Collier County on Nov. 13, 1991, just a month before her parents' deaths but had not yet been caught.

Since Jeremy Sly has been locked in prison, he has apparently reached out to the public through Internet sites that let inmates request correspondence. His photo and name are used in the Internet messages.  In one message, Jermey Sly wrote:

"Although I'm in prison, it's not the end! Everyday I have the opportunity to make a positive difference in someone's life. It could be by a smile, a reassuring glance, or with a kind word. And it may be with someone I don't even know."  In another message on a different Web site, Sly wrote that he has had many ups and downs, going from being a destitute hitchhiker to the assistant administrator of a facility for the elderly.  "Finally, I have become a lonely convict in a cold, beige prison cell," Sly wrote. "My life has run the gamut of human futility. This served to bring me face to face with the wretched soul I have become."  He wrote that he has found the salvation of Jesus Christ in prison (who cares).

Serial killer Jermey Sly writings on the internet sound just like another serial killer, Charles Manson.

Bonjour said part of her pities Sly, but she doesn't think a killer deserves access to a computer and the Internet.  Bonjour's brother, Duane Rubertiello, 64, of upstate New York, said he wants to see Jeremy Sly rot in prison forever.  "I'd rather see him suffer and be abused while he's there," Rubertiello said. "He shot my mom in the eye and the chest. What kind of person is that?"

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