Summary of DEVIL'S ISLAND | The ENRAGING Jacque Waller Case - True Crime Documentary

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The video discusses the case of Jackie Waller, who disappeared in 2011. Her husband Clay is the prime suspect in her disappearance, and he has a history of threatening and abusive behavior. Clay was sentenced to 55 years in prison for Jackie's murder.

  • 00:00:00 In 2011, Jackie Waller divorced her abusive husband. Shortly afterward, she became pregnant and gave birth to triplets. However, her husband refused to take care of the children and would not let her work, leading Jackie to ask for a divorce. Clay began to abuse her verbally and physically, and her parents didn't like him either. Eventually, Jackie decided to leave and took the kids with her. However, her husband followed her and continued to abuse her. She was eventually able to get away and protect her children.
  • 00:05:00 In the video "DEVIL'S ISLAND | The ENRAGING Jacque Waller Case - True Crime Documentary," a documentary about the disappearance of Jackie Waller, her husband Clay's history of threatening behavior is discussed. Clay was seen with Jackie at a Walgreens near their home on June 1, and the last time she was seen on video was later that day, at 3 p.m. when she was in the attorney's office to sign some paperwork. Clay was later caught on CCTV scrubbing his boat. Authorities were unable to determine the timeline of the day and were unable to find Jackie or Clay's movements on June 1. Jackie's family members say she was a sassy, funny, and witty woman who loved her triplets and her work. Clay was later arrested for harassing and intimidating Jackie's family. They believe she is deceased and that her body may be hidden on Devil's Island.
  • 00:10:00 Jacque Waller's husband, Clay, was arrested and charged with threatening to kill Cheryl after the court granted her custody of the triplets. Clay claimed that the act was without prior planning, but it was clear to the police that his account was not completely true. Prosecutors were able to build a compelling case against him based on circumstantial evidence. While the case is still ongoing, it is clear that the family is going through a difficult process.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, Clay Waller is sentenced to 55 years in prison for the murder of Jackie. He admits to the police that he had traveled into Illinois from Missouri to commit the murder. Clay's most damaging mistake was that by digging the hole, he actually traveled into Illinois and came back with the purpose of ending Jackie's life. If he needed to be apologetically and promotional in court, Clay said he would do so himself.

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