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Sad end to Gina's troubled life

Published: Thu, July 3, 2014 @ 12:01 a.m.


William D. Lewis | The Vindicator.Jacqueline Bacher, Gina Burger's biological mother

  Ricki Williams Charged in Gina Burgers Death

Ricki D. Williams IV, 18 of Youngstown, arrested in connection with Gina Burger’s death, was given a $750,000 bond on multiple felony charges today.
Williams faces felony charges of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping, intimidation, tampering with evidence, two counts of abduction, possession of criminal tools, abuse of corpse, and one misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass

Ricki D. Williams IV, 18 of Youngstown, arrested in connection with Gina Burger’s death, was given a $750,000 bond on multiple felony charges today. Williams faces felony charges of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping, intimidation, tampering with evidence, two counts of abduction, possession of criminal tools, abuse of corpse, and one misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass

RELATED: Prosecutor: Williams 'would have killed the first person he saw'




On Saturday, Jackie Bacher thought about the past 24 hours and chain-smoked — nervously answering a reporter’s questions about her daughter, Gina Burger.

The 16-year-old had been identified the previous night, found dead in a Mercer County landfill.

“My baby went through a lot in her 16 years and now she gets to rest,” Jackie said.

She never expounded on what those 16 years included, and no one could have imagined.

Gina’s 23-year-old half-sister Ashley DiRenzo, born to Jackie after a relationship with a Youngstown man, chimed in.

“I don’t know why this happened. She was only 16, and she had such a bad life,” Ashley said. “... That’s my baby sister.”

A trail of police reports and court documents helps to explain how rough life was for Gina.

She was born into a Florida household repeatedly investigated for drugs, domestic violence and neglect.

By 3, she was adopted with her brother, but separated from her other two siblings — who were adopted by another family. Gina’s adoptive parents divorced about a year later, and the family moved to Texas.

The four siblings kept up correspondence by phone and letters for about five years after they were separated, but that eventually stopped.

As Gina grew older and social media became available, she was able to reconnect with one of those lost siblings, Ashley.

After problems arose in Gina’s home life in Texas, her adoptive mother, Michele Bennett, sought a way to help her. A visit to see Ashley was decided, for just a few weeks.

Bennett says she did not know their birth mother, Jackie Bacher, was in the same apartment as Ashley.

What followed was a six-month ordeal that separated Gina from her legal mother, Bennett, who demanded that Austintown police track her daughter down.

Police reports tell two tales of Gina:

One mother said Gina was crying on the phone wanting to come home; the other saying she was fine and wanted to stay in Austintown.

On June 23, she was killed by a single stab wound to the chest. Ricki D. Williams IV, 18, of Youngstown is charged with aggravated murder in her death.

Her mangled body was removed from a Mercer County, Pa., landfill.

As Ashley said: “We can’t even have an open casket to see her body at all.”


Jackie Bacher repeatedly portrayed herself to local TV and newspapers as Gina’s mother.

But she is not — at least not legally.

Legal mom Michele Bennett lives in Texas. She called Gina’s death “her fault” and said there had been a lot of “should have, could have, would haves” in the last week.

She let Gina visit Ashley beginning Dec. 24, 2013, for a few weeks. The teenage Gina had been acting up, missing school and filed a complaint of abuse about the Bennetts.

Because she had found Jackie Bacher and Ashley via social media, Michele hoped that a visit would help.

Bacher lost her daughter, but Bennett fiercely defends against the idea that Bacher is the real mom.

“You lose your children and then, 15 years later, you decide you want to be a mother again? It just doesn’t work that way,” Bennett said this week.


When Gina was born June 8, 1998, to Kevin and Jackie Bacher in Florida, she was the fourth child in that Florida household. She was the second born to the Bachers, who also parented two children from a previous relationship Jackie had with a Youngstown man. One of those two other children is Ashley.

Documents obtained by The Vindicator show that within months of Gina’s birth, Florida officials investigated the Bachers for claims the children were left alone hungry and thirsty. Also, the Bachers were accused of openly using drugs in the household.

“The second [report] alleged the parents smoked crack cocaine in front of the children,” one official wrote.

By 1999, the Florida Department of Children and Families was unable to locate the family amid reports the Bachers had moved back to Ohio.

For a short time, that curtailed the Florida officials’ case. But then the family returned to Florida and became the focus of new charges in 2000. The charges accused the Bachers of dealing drugs, and that the four children had witnessed domestic violence.

That year, the Hollywood Police Department arrested Jackie, charging her with driving violations and possession of cocaine.

Eventually, the Florida Department of Children and Families took custody of the four children. Gina and a brother went to one foster home, while Ashley and another brother went into a separate home.

Michele Burger, Kevin Bacher’s stepsister, was approached by a family member who wanted to keep the family together. So Michele and her husband at that time, Mark Burger, began the process of adopting Gina and her brother to move them to their Virginia home.

In 2001, a judge in the 17th Judicial Court in Broward County, Fla., terminated the rights of the Bachers and the Youngstown man as parents to the four children.

While the Burgers would eventually divorce and Michele would marry Dennis Bennett and move to Texas, she always had custody of Gina.

Jackie Bacher would continue to mount a criminal rap sheet in Florida that included, by 2005, dealing in stolen property, fraudulent use of a credit card, petit theft and unlawful use of an identity.

In 2007, Kevin Bacher died of a drug overdose.

When asked by The Vindicator to discuss those Florida years, Jackie Bacher said, “No, I don’t want that in the paper at all.”


Initially, Jackie Bacher had talked about how Gina had recently moved to Austintown from Texas due to a sexual assault.

Michele Bennett disputes the claim, saying there have never been charges or arrests. A court records search doesn’t show any such case. The sexual-assault claim was one of a line of episodes by the then-15-year-old Gina over the course of four to five months, Bennett said. Bennett looked to Gina’s half-sister Ashley as an option to reach out to the girl.

Tuesday night, Jackie Bacher said Gina arrived here for only a visit — not a new living situation.

Bennett said she had tried to retrieve her daughter this spring, and had called Austintown police to check on her welfare a few times. Austintown police provided a copy of one of those reports, from Dec. 31, 2013 — about a week into Gina’s visit.

Police were unable to find Gina, Jackie or Ashley because they were at a residence in the Pembrook Apartments area, just on the other side of Burkey Road from their Compass West apartment. The report said once police tracked them back to Compass West, Gina was fine. She told police she did not want to go home.

Bennett said communication began to erode over the months and she had even sent her own sister to Youngstown to find Gina, with no luck.

Ashley and Bacher said Gina had grown close to Jayden DiRenzo, Ashley’s 2-year-old son, during her visit.


By Bacher’s and police accounts, Gina went to her neighbor, now identified as a woman on the third floor, to get some tea bags. Outside, it was pouring rain. Inside the complex, she wore only socks and no shoes for the quick visit.

After being gone for two hours, Bacher alerted authorities. She was convinced, given the rain and Gina’s lack of shoes, that she had not left the complex.

Ashley said Wednesday that Bacher knocked on the neighbor’s door twice before calling police. Ashley said she spoke to that neighbor, who was later identified in a police report as witnessing Gina die and also being threatened with her own death.

The neighbor told Ashley: “The second time [Bacher] knocked on the door, Gina was dead.”

The half-sister said the neighbor recounted Gina’s words before she was stabbed. “She kept saying, ‘Let me go home. I won’t say nothing.’”

Ashley continued, sobbing: “My baby girl.”

While waiting for authorities to arrive the night of June 23 for the initial missing person report, Bacher saw Ricki D. Williams IV struggling to carry a child’s playpen from the complex to a car trunk. Williams even offered to sell the playpen to her.

It was later revealed in a court document that when Bacher saw Williams struggling with the playpen, Gina’s body was inside.

According to the court document, Bacher told police she thought it was odd when she saw it in the trash receptacle behind her building the next morning that Williams had offered to sell the playpen to her.


While Jackie Bacher had told The Vindicator that she and Ashley were working with officials to claim Gina’s body and cremate her remains, Michele Bennett initiated legal action to assert her role as legal custodian.

That led to Kinnick Funeral Home becoming embroiled in a tussle between both sides. By Wednesday, Bennett had made arrangements for the body to be interred at a family burial site.

“I don’t believe Jackie knows that I have custody of the body,” Bennett said, adding she had begun the sad process of writing her daughter’s obituary.


1pineapple1(14 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

What a shame this is! The birth mother barely knew this child and yet she has the nerve to be interviewed proclaiming to be this child's mother. The minute I saw the news interview I could tell something was not right with this so-called mother. She had a cigarette in her hand at all times (can't refrain from smoking for 15 minutes) and looked like she was looking for sympathy. She didn't want the media to know of all her crimes and the reason she lost her children in the first place. She has no right to give her name to this child. Her parental rights were terminated, and justly so. Crack smoking, drug dealing, identity stealing, domestic violence...and probably gets free rent in Compass West. My tax dollars should go to fund the funeral and NOT the birth mothers free apartment! and on a side note: if the accused killer would have killed the first person he saw, why didn't he kill the woman whose apartment he was in??? the one who helped him conceal the body

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276Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

What does any of this have to do with Gina's murder? Nothing. What purpose does this serve to publish this information? Notice there's not a kind word about the victim? Her past, her relatives past, her upbringing, her current situation or even her association with whoever she knew cannot justify the fact that she was MURDERED at the hands of pure evil. We cannot even begin to understand the mind of someone who sets out to kill someone. It is hard to grasp that a human being can have such thoughts,

Watch and see how the news will portray the murderer as a nice guy.

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3walter_sobchak(2508 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

We are in complete agreement on this point. What we have here are people living their lives without guardrails. Civilized people realize the importance of a stable family with a loving mother and father bringing children into this world and properly rearing them, teaching them the value in a moral upbringing. But, too many parents inject harmful substances into these situations and we then see neglect and abuse. But, of course, we must remove God and any of his directives and rules from our society under some ridiculous guise of separation of church and state. Well, we are reaping what we sow. Remember this equation:
Free Will + Pure Selfishness = Pure Evil

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4bunkpatrol(304 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

All of these armchair quarterbacks who bitch about crime and entitlement and taxes-not once do you hear them give thanks for the blessed lives they have been gifted enough to enjoy and can only sit in judgement of those who have not been so privileged.

Empathy and compassion to all of those who suffer injustices in life AND in death. It breaks my heart that all of these fingerpointers feel the need to be so superior and pontificate.

Gina was a victim. She didn't just play victim like many of you.

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5papa1(711 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

this poor girl had no chance in life. the poor excuse of a mother should be behind bars. did anyone notice her tongue stud? the miscreant that killed her will be tried with taxpayer money, sentenced to death, and 30 or 40 years later, after we're gone, will be put down peacefully. and this is justice? hell no, this is bs. this country is soft on crime and that's why there's so much of it. I wish someone wit a concealed carry would have blown this sob away. there' too many of these scumbags around and it has to stop! wait 72 hours and then execute him. there's no doubt of his guilt. let God deal with him. and send danny lee hill to meet him.

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6redeye1(5414 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

papa Great post!!!!! You are absolutely correct, we are way too soft on these types of people.

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776Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

One thing is for sure - once he gets to prison some justice will be served. Even the lowest of the low deem a child murderer as worthy of punishment and they definitely have their ways.. Let him fear for his life now.

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8jgm820(130 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago


I give thanks every day for parents that raised us in a low/middle class loving atmosphere. We didn't have a lot of "extras" but we did have guidance/rules, love and a stable life (without drugs and crime). We were also expected to work hard and not expect anything to be given to us.

That being said, this child was failed by her birth family twice. She should have visited and been sent home with love and support. The scum who killed her should have been shot in the street as soon as he confessed.

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9dontbeafool(1789 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

good post bunk

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1076Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

As people try to make sense of why Gina was murdered focus on this fact: "His purpose was to kill someone that day; didn’t matter who it was. He just happened to come across this young girl,” said Ken Cardinal, an assistant county prosecutor" http://www.vindy.com/comments/post/?n...

There are people who out there who are pure evil. This girl's upbringing and past had NOTHING to do with the fact that she happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. This could have been you. I get the sense that people are trying to blame this young girl for her demise. You wouldn't think of blaming any of the school mass shooting victims or their families for what happened to them. Let this poor soul rest in peace.

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11Chief178(57 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

The birth mother is just looking for an angle to cash in on Gina’s death that is the only reason she is in the picture now. God bless Gina and help save her half-sister from this mess.

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12kleener(52 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Trying my hardest not to sound like a Monday morning quarterback but this witness who "was made to watch," I don't get it. He wasn't a big kid. I'm sure his back was toward her as he callously took Gina's life. She couldn't have knocked him over the head or kicked him from behind. No fight or flight response kicking in? She didn't run out the door to get help while he was busy?? I don't care if I didn't know someone getting harmed. I'd do my best to stop it or die trying. This girl is a coward and should get no less than 15 years. You can do A LOT when your adrenaline kicks in. She chose not to. It's not like the knife was a gun. I can go on & on because it make me so angry but I'll stop.

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13Education_Voter(1033 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Even after a career teaching in a high poverty district, this is the saddest story I have ever encountered.

It is true, that regardless of how often her family had let her down, they could not imagine that by going next door to borrow tea bags, she would have run into a cold blooded killer.

This apartment house should be demolished in Gina's memory. It was cheaply built decades ago anyway, and I can't imagine the condition is very good.

And this story illustrates a problem that should be solved in cases where agencies try to protect children. When being investigated, the families just run to another state or county. The case file opened should be allowed to continue over state lines.

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14AtownParent(565 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

According to Vindy, the bio mom OD'd last night but was revived. There is so much more to this story.

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15Roger_Thornhill(994 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

What an awful life Gina had to endure. So sad.

The people involved in making her life so bad are such complete trash. What purpose do they serve?

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16prodgodq(169 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

I try to make it a point never to judge people in cases like this. The common thread I see here is the incredible destructive power of addiction. Drugs or alcohol, it doesn't matter. It also doesn't matter what someone's social or economic status is either. Addiction affects people of all classes. It's a complex interaction between the choices that people make and the addiction itself. It's sad to say it but cases like this are all too common, all over the world. As a parent, I can't imagine what they're going though right now, whether it's the biological parents or adoptive parents.
There is now a hole in their lives that will never heal, and a pain that will never go away. Through no fault of their own, they will suffer for it for the rest of their lives.
No one should have to outlive their children. Whatever mistakes or bad choices they made, they do not deserve this kind of suffering.
I can only pray that God can give them the strength to deal with it as best they can.

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17papa1(711 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

maybe I'm just getting old but when I hear this story and the father who murdered his beautiful son by putting him in a hot car, I get tears in my eyes. I believe America has moved further and further away from God. evil is all around us and people need to be always vigilant.

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18janeyblue3(83 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Waste of Narcan and the tax dollars used for Lanes and her hospital stay. How many more times will this woman do this? Give her a few days . There needs to be a three strikes and no Narcan rule for these sleezeballs.

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19steivo(540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

This thug had domestic violence charges in 2008 and 2010, an aggravated menacing charge in 2010, convicted of assault in 2010, another domestic violence charge n 2012, and a conviction for felonious assault in 2012 and he spent a grand total of 6 months in a correctional facility.
The 2008 charge should have resulted in a year in prison. The repeat charge in 2010 should have been another 5 years in prison. Then the conviction in 2012 should have been another 10 years in prison. Then this wouldn't have happened. because he would still be in prison.

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20paulydel(1540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

What a sad shame this is. She was beautiful and to have to live a life like that is pitiful to say the least. I hope they fry that boys butt and he never sees the light of day ever again.

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21pineapple1(14 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

I completely agree with tired2. When you live this type of shady life the chances of harm coming your way increase greatly. And now the "mother" has OD'd on heroin. She probably used it for the very first time to get over her grief. If this "mother" truly cared for her child she would have told her to GO BACK HOME because I lead a drug fueled life and it's not safe for you to be here. The adoptive mother is also a nut to allow Gina to "visit" knowing the family's history. I wonder if the child was enrolled in school for the time she was here. I'm thinking no, because no one looked out for this child's best interest. Everyone failed her and allowed her to enter into a dangerous situation. Rest in Peace Gina. And hopefully her murderer will suffer for many years at the hands of his prison inmates.

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22bmanresident(607 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

There were no tea bags. The mother is covering up for her own crimes. Maybe her daughter and Williams knew each other. Lots of possibilities...

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23Werecat(73 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Why is the victim being dragged through the mud? Her familial troubles are not news, and plastered all over the front page like this her short life becomes nothing but fodder for salacious gossip. Hasn't this kid suffered enough? If I wanted to see this kind of crap I'd subscribe to some rag like Weekly World News or the Enquirer. The Vindy is supposed to be an actual newspaper, how about writing like one?

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24steivo(540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Yeah, instead of worrying about the mother, the Vindicator should be doing an investigative piece to determine why thus like this are still allowed to walk the streets instead of serving long prison sentences.

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2576Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Anyone else notice that all of the focus is on the victims mother but not the murderer? That article is yet to be written. Let me guess... he's a nice guy who just happened to be homeless - down on his luck. All his friends think he's fun to be around, seemed like a really nice guy. Could tell good jokes, sang and played an instrument. When he was 7, participated in the annual Shop with a Cop program. Such a sweetie. Came from a loving family, can't believe that he'd do such a thing. It's all the victim's fault. He'll plead not guilty and the and a few years later his case will go to trial and he'll be acquitted. (Casey Anthony or OJ style)

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26janpentz(39 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Ok.....have a real problem with the police procedures in this case. The custodial parent wanted her 15 year old back. That puts her on runaway status. She should have been taken into custody and housed at JJC until Texas authorities and/ or custodial parent made acceptable ( to the court) arrangements to have her returned to the custodial parent in Texas. There are many many cracks this kid fell through, but police deal with runaways all the time and they don't just say hey, how ya doin? Police procedures really need to be reviewed in this. This was a 15 year old child ( she just turned 16 on June 8th) and a simple background check of the "mother" should have been enough to take her into custody. This case just nauseates me.

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27steivo(540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

exactly, In 2008 he should have served 1 year in the penintentary. When he got out, he would be 13. Then in 2012, for the repeat offense, he should have served 5 years in the penintentary. When he got out, he would be 19 and that young girl would still be alive because he would not have been out unto 2017.

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28DACOUNTRYBOY(848 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Here is the point! Jackie Bacher was comfortable being around Ricki D. Williams IV. He was trusted to the point that she wasn't concerned when he carried her daughter in the makeshift body bag right in front of her the day she disappeared. She seen that it was heavy when her struggled with it. The bottom line is that Gina should not have been in that apartment. Who would want the likes of Jackie Bacher and Ricki D. Williams IV living in their apartment? Gina was not street smart to know what was in store for her. Authorities remove children from families so no harm comes to them for good reason. Gina can't be brought back from the grave but the facts leading up to her death can be used to protect other children in harms way.

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29southsidedave(5172 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

There will always be those who want to find the worst in a story such as this. Nonetheless, a young woman has lost her life at the hands of another, and none of us deserves to die like that, especially a child.

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30YtownJustice(4 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

They say he was going to kill someone, anyone that day. WRONG.... that little skinny punk was looking for someone who wouldn't put up a fight so he picked on a little girl. A guy would have probably kicked his little punk ass all over the place. Don't make him out to be some psycho or tough guy... he was a little puny punk who killed a girl for no other reason then he would have gotten his ass kicked by anyone else. Hopefully he'll make someone a nice girlfriend in prison...

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312muchtax(794 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Anyone getting welfare or free housing should be routinely tested for drugs! Kicked out or cutoff I'd testing positive! This lady sits around doing drugs, doesn't have to work so has plenty of time to have kids n do drugs! Thanks democrats!

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32DACOUNTRYBOY(848 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago


"the poor excuse of a mother should be behind bars. did anyone notice her tongue stud? "

Now what need would Jackie Bacher have of a tongue stud? Were her arms checked for needle marks? Surely one would have to be a heavy drug user to allow their tongue to be pierced.

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33steivo(540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Instead of focusing on the mother, we need to focus on the thug that killed this girl. These type of people need to be weeded out of the population and into the prison system well before they reach 18 years old. By that time they are killing people.

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3476Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

As Youngstown is focusing on the mother of the victim, the rest of the world is reporting on the accused murderer and the shocking facts related to the act he carried out.


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3576Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

This article shows the picture of Williams smiling or smirking as he's led away from the courtroom. I don't see anything to smile about and it wasn't reported by the local news.

He said he would have killed the first person he saw.. He must be thinking about what he carved in the wall: “kill fo fun” or how he paraded past the victim's mother with the body in a playpen bag and how he asked her if she wanted to "buy a baby thing" on his way to dump her in the trash.

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36steivo(540 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

There is very little or nothing being reported about why this thug has only spent 6 months in prison despite several prior convictions. That is the real story here, not the mother.

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37Notorious_Pig(117 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

I feel ZERO sympathy for the family because just days after this air-sucker, Williams, was arrested, this lady OD'd on heroin. From what I have read, it was an attempted suicide. Either way, she went and knowingly engaged in the same drug and illegal activities that killed her daughter. This prick Williams just didn't go stab a random girl because she went to ask for teabags. If Gina knew he was a monster, do you think she would've went and asked for teabags to make tea?? No. She saw something, did something, and witnessed something that Williams felt was something she couldn't live to tell. But to take this girl's timeline of her rough life and act like that had EVERYTHING to do with her death is awful. Did some of it "contribute" to her death? Maybe. But I fault the parent (or adult in this case) for not leading a positive example for this girl and allowing her, at 16, to run rampant anywhere, anytime, anyplace!!!

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3876Ytown(1320 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

The blame is still being placed on the birth mother, not the murderer.

If Gina had not gone out to get teabags would this story have been about someone else? According to Williams it would have been. His “kill fo fun” mission had nothing to do with her. He wanted to kill the first. person he saw.

Unless we know what Gina's home life in Texas with her adopted family was like we really can't say that her upbringing was the cause of her demise. In December, she came to visit her sister in Ohio. Did she have communication with her birth mother prior to that? She was apparently adopted at age 3 according to this article.

The article also says Bacher knocked on the neighbor’s door twice before calling police. The neighbor told Ashley: “The second time [Bacher] knocked on the door, Gina was dead.” How chilling.

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3944509resident(46 comments)posted 1 year, 5 months ago

Gina and Williams previously knew each other. In fact i was told that at one point and time he lived in the same apartment number with Gina and her family and they were boyfriend and girlfriend. He was also kicked out. I dont know if they kicked him out or if new management did because he wasnt on the lease. But i do know that he was put on the no trespassing list. This made him very angry. Question is, is the mother even on the sister Ashley's lease? I believe the mother allowed him to stay there in exchange for free drugs. I dont believe that there were any tea bags and i also dont believe that he walked out with the body while she was sitting on the steps waiting on the police. Blood would have been dripping from the playpen bag. And i really doubt that he asked her if she wanted to buy it. I believe this addition to her story was to get sympathy, money, etc from the community. And if she knocked on the door twice and on the second time was told that Gina was dead why would she call the police to file a missing child report if she already knew that she was dead? Why wouldnt she push her way into the apartment? I also dont think that she Od'd because of grief. She had been doing drugs over a decade ago, this wasnt anything new. His intentions were to kill Gina or anyone in her apartment that day not the first person he saw walking into that exact building. Is the girl locked up? I saw a Hardtimes paper saying that she was finally being charged. If so why, if she was allegedly a kidnapped, scared, victim? Maybe it's possible she lured Gina there and he killed her (Williams and the neighbor were friends, I believe this is how Gina met Williams), maybe it's possible the mother sent her to get drugs instead of tea bags. The APD should have a huge lawsuit on their hands. Gina was a minor and at that point was a runaway. They did nothing to help the adoptive mother get her back. Not to mention, for almost 6 months she wasnt enrolled in school. If she didnt want to go back to Texas i believe it was because she had no school, rules, or guidelines here in Ohio because her sister was grown and her mother was an addict. BTW, this doesnt have anything to do with race, politics, or social class. This could have happened to anyone anywhere. Does anyone now if the funeral was here in Ohio or in Texas and if her family here attended Texas if it was there? Believe it or not, Compass West Estates have many several improvements since new management came along. The only downfall is they closed the pool, party rental room, and they need a larger playground for the amount of children out there.

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