A Murder For The Books
Nancy Gelber had published a crime book titled "Temporary Amnesia," a story about a man who breaks out of prison and uses a team of prostitutes to rob banks. And somehow, according to her, this made her an expert in investigative procedures. She could help plan her husband's murders, and she and the hired gun would get away with it.
But her expertise didn't take into account that there are informants who have brains and souls. She got caught and is in jail for at least 15 years.
And why did she want him dead? Because he "had changed" and also had a $60,000 life insurance policy.
Well, you can't get more nonchalant than this. London Eley posted on her Facebook wall that she would "pay somebody a stack to kill my baby father." And lucky for her, Timotyh Bynum responded to the inquiry saying "say no more" and "what he look like?" and "need dat stack 1st."
Wanna kill my husband? Poke me back!
Someone with more brain cells than these two reported the exchange to police.
If only they had done this on MySpace, no one would have known…
For The Unnatural Love Of Family
Amy Bessey, 42, wanted her husband's $250,000 life insurance money. She enlisted her son, 21, and brother, 39, to do a drive-by shooting. The two went through with it, but the husband, Robert Bessey, survived a shot to the neck and was able to identify the car used in the drive-by.
Then it gets weird and gross. According to police, the mother and son had a very close relationship, frequented nightclubs, and liked to grope each other in public. Not included in the police report is the sound of vomiting by the detectives who discovered these facts.
Spanking isn't a punishment to this mother.
If we've learned anything today, it's this: don't have life insurance policies and don't stick your dick into crazy.
- Mark (twitter)