Janice's sisters Sherri and Glenda were equally afraid of their father, and don't regret his murder. "I was surprised that Janice was the actual one that did it," Sherri said. "She was the one that was most afraid of my father and never fought back."
In fact, Glenda says, she also thought of killing him herself. "Especially after Mama got sick, I thought about putting a can of gasoline under his lit cigarette because he always dropped cigarettes, when he was drinking, in the floor, while they were burning."
Their anger didn't recede, even after he was dead. Seeing him in his casket at the funeral made Glenda "mad, because he looked like he was laying there smiling. He actually looked too good. I mean, we're used to seeing him laying on the floor drunk, you know? I wanted to just hit him."