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Monday, June 20, 2011

Newlywed Hires Hitman to Kill Husband and Cries at ‘Murder” Scene – But it was a STING – Gets 20 Years

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:01 PM | | | | | | | | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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A newlywed who tried to hire a hitman to kill her husband was branded ‘pure evil’ by a judge who jailed her for 20 years.


Former escort girl Dalia Dippolito wiped away tears as she was given the long sentence by a court in Florida.
The 28-year-old had tried to hire a hitman to kill her husband of just six months in an attempt to get her hands on their home.
Her attempts to find a killer backfired when an undercover detective posed as a potential assassin and she was caught out in an elaborate sting operation.
Police in Boynton Beach, Florida, staged a fake CSi scene to fool Dippolito into thinking the murder of her husband Michael had been carried out.
She was captured on TV cameras weeping after being told her husband had been murdered as she returned from a morning job.
She later looked on dumbstruck after her husband was led into a police station and her murder-for-hire plot was exposed.
Jailing Dippolito for 20 years, Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath called her plot ‘pure evil’, and said she was taking advantage of her husband Michael, describing him as a ‘a guy that was gullible.’
The judge said Dippolito had not shown any remorse and called her a ‘puppet master’ who took advantage of her husband.
Dippolito’s family had pleaded for mercy with her 16-year-old sister calling her ‘my role model’.
Dippolito’s lawyers had tried to claim she thought she was taking part in a new reality show and talking to the hitman was part of a stunt.
But a jury rejected her story after listening to secret recordings of Dippolito trying to secure the services of a hitman in 2009.
On the tape she can be heard saying: ‘No one is going to be able to point a finger at me.’
When told she could not back out of the plan, Dippolito said: ‘I’m positive, like 5,000 per cent sure.’

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