Financial problems in your 20’s, married with a husband and a 10 month old child. Your only solution being the mother is to hire a hit man, kill your husband, collect on the life insurance of under US$1 million and live happily ever after. It really cannot be you were that angry due to your husband’s infidelity. After all, you plotted with your lover and on the third attempt was successful in having him killed.
I do believe there are those amongst us who are born to kill, and are born evil. Generation curse is not only evident in conflicts or habits. Killers or those who have the propensity for extreme violence can be found in the family tree. We talk about the family of drunks, or the family of abusers. I put it to you, there is the family of killers. They may skip a generation or two, still traces of the bloodline is strong. That is why I say, once you identify your bloodline and take note or certain behaviours or hear of stories of what took place generations before. It is advisable for you to assess your own habits, behaviours and face the reality that you need to destroy that generation curse for your own safety and wellness.
For the life of me, I cannot see how living in the land of opportunity. A married couple with a 10 month old child. Wife in her 20’s made the decision after money woes and infidelity on the part of her husband to have him killed. At no point in time after the 1st, 2nd attempt did she wake up and say, HELL NO…..let me leave his ass. Instead she pursued, having him executed in their own home the 3rd time. That is sheer evil…………….you must have been born that way.
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American woman found guilty of murder of Jamaican husband to get insurance money
A woman who hired a hitman to kill her Jamaican husband so that she could cash in on the US$900,000 life insurance policy she took out on him has been convicted of murder and other criminal charges in the United States (US), the New York Daily News has reported.
It took the jury less than three hours to find Alishia Noel-Murray, of Brooklyn, New York, guilty of murder, attempted murder and weapons possession in the death of her husband Omar Murray.
During the trial, Noel-Murray, 29, had denied any involvement in her husband’s death.
She faces life in prison without the possibility of parole when she is sentenced on June 29.
Omar Murray’s mother Eunice Henry reportedly clasped her hands in prayer and looked up to the heavens as the verdict was announced.
“She’s a real monster,” Henry told the newspaper in reference to her former daughter-in-law.
“I’m ecstatic. I’m overwhelmed, but I’m still missing my son,” she added.
According to prosecutors, Noel-Murray believed her husband was cheating and plotted with her lover, Dameon Lovell, to pay a hitman US$3,500 to kill him so that she could collect on three life insurance policies.
Lovell cooperated with prosecutors in exchange for a sentence of 15 years to life in prison, the newspaper reported.
Omar Murray was allegedly shot and killed by Kirk Portious inside the Brooklyn home he shared with his wife and son, who was 10 months old at the time.
Portious is on trial before a different jury, which had not yet reached a verdict.
Lead prosecutor, Assistant District Attorney Emily Dean told jurors, at the start of the trial, that Noel-Murray was having financial problems and that she and her husband were not getting along.
As a result, Dean said Noel-Murray took out three life insurance policies on her husband, including one for US$150,000 onlu a few months before his death on February 24, 2013.
She said in the months before that Noel-Murray twice tried to have him killed.
The first attempt, Dean said, came in October 2012 when Noel-Murray tried to poison her husband, who was saved by doctors.
The second attempt, the prosecutor said, came on February 6, 2013 when a friend of Lovell fired at Omar Murray and missed.
During the trial, Noel-Murray admitted that she and Lovell had sex inside her home while her husband and son were upstairs sleeping.