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In 1986, sixteen-year-old Cheryl Pierson hired a classmate to kill her father. James Pierson began abusing Cheryl from the time she was only eleven. Her invalid mother died when Cheryl was fifteen, and even though she was a child herself, she assumed responsibility for keeping house for the family, including cooking, cleaning and laundry. She also took over raising her younger sister, was made to satisfy her father's enormous sexual appetite, and expected to do well in school. He kept her on a short leash as she got older because he wanted her for himself. Then her father threatened to transfer his sexual desires to her eight-year-old sister Joann. During a discussion with a classmate about a woman who hired someone to kill her husband, he offered to kill her father for $1,000. Cheryl Pierson Cuccio and Rob Cuccio survived their traumatic pasts and share their love story , along with a life and death miracle, so that others who suffer in silence might be emboldened to seek help. Website: http://www.incestmurderandamiracle.com/home.html
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