How Does a Woman Who Helped Murder and Dismember Someone Get Bail?

Carman Jenkins has basically admitted her role in the brutal slaying and dismemberment of 34-year-old Mekole Harris, even leading investigators to the victims various body parts. Jenkins and her husband, who she rolled on to avoid the death penalty, “used the body parts” in an extortion attempt against a woman they were both having a sexual relationship with.

I’ll let that sink in for a second. This clearly heterosexual sexpot was married to a man who she claims murdered a woman. She helped her husband dismember the victim then “used the parts” in an extortion attempt on her own girlfriend, who she was sharing with this murderer.

How does someone like this get a measly $100,000 bond?

GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) – A judge has set $100,000 bond for a woman charged with dismembering a Greenville woman’s body.

The judge Monday also ordered that Carman Jenkins wear an electronic monitoring device if she is released from jail.

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The pair is charged with killing and dismembering Harris in 2008 and using her body parts to try to extort money from another woman who was involved in a three-way relationship with the couple. Police say there was no connection between Harris and the other woman.

Did you catch that last part? The girlfriend of this monster didn’t even know the victim.

The Jenkins couple were trying to extort $10,000 from this poor woman, so they killed some random person – and left her hands and feet on two different people’s doorsteps in an attempt to frighten her into paying up.

So do you feel safe with her being out on bail?

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7 Responses to “How Does a Woman Who Helped Murder and Dismember Someone Get Bail?”

  1. m karr on July 8th, 2011 12:51 am

    I can’t believe it takes Greenville Co this long to hold a trial.

    SC has some real legal issues… more then one can imagine..

    You have money..
    YOu are fine…

    You don’t ..
    you are just a number to pay the ‘bills’ … for the state to ‘meet their quota’.. for inmates.
    As for this inmate…

    who are we to judge…
    SC is so full of it..

    No one knows what end is really up accept the players..
    the attorneys and the judges…

  2. Charity on September 4th, 2011 6:34 pm

    I had the pleasure to know Carmen as we shared a room at Greenville county earlier this year. She is a very sweet young woman that was scared and feared for her own life. Wow, a 100,000bond thats what I got for an alleged 2 bank robberies. Good luck Carmen you are in my prayers.

  3. Rob Taylor on September 4th, 2011 7:43 pm

    Do you think she whistled a jaunty tune while helping DISMEMBER A CORPSE.

  4. m karrer on January 21st, 2012 11:35 pm

    Charity I roomed with her too.. very kind girl.. people on the ‘outside’ have NO idea the games our ‘system plays.. AS well Carmen is in my prayers.. since I was released about 2 years ago for a debt.. BUT wait we don’t have a debt prison.. JUST GOES TO SHOW YA..

  5. Rob Taylor on January 22nd, 2012 12:13 am

    You sure you didn’t go to jail for stalking and malicious injury to property?

  6. Rob Taylor on February 23rd, 2012 7:29 pm

    I’m deleting your screed “Marilyn” because blaming the victim of a homicide for their own brutal murder while defending people who DISMEMBERED her is one of the most disgusting and wicked things I’ve ever seen.

  7. Aboslute on June 12th, 2013 10:02 am

    I think it’s crazy how long it takes a trial to emerge in SC, Im a law enforcement officer, and I think the laws are tooo weak. People get lower bonds than necessary to make sure they stay confined, but that Larry Crane is a damn good lawyer. I hate him.

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