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Connecticut: Man pleads guilty to killing woman he thought was having an affair with daughter

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  1. This is an atrocity.

    Also I think you’ve got your figures mixed up, $2 million is closer to £1,250,000 than £125,000 no?

  2. Aryu Gaetu 7 Sep 2012, 8:26pm

    “F”, you’re correct, although coincidentally, if he goes through a bail bondsman, he will need only 10% of the bond to make his bail, thus paying only £125,000 (US$200,000).

    But, this is unusually low for a murderer. Usually the bond of an accused murder is “no bond”, meaning he cannot bond out, being that he is a public risk as well as a very strong flight risk.

  3. friday jones 8 Sep 2012, 12:13am

    Poorly written article, too much victim blaming. The woman tried to evict a roommate and he murdered her. That thing about his daughter was just him trying to slander the victim he’d killed and who was no longer alive to refute his baseless charges. I hope he slips on a banana peel on the way to jail and breaks his neck.

  4. A terrible thing to have happened and an indication that more education is needed in socially primitive areas of the world.

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