Skip to comments.Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Office: Woman Says She Shot, Killed Husband After He Bought Porn
Posted on 07/28/2018 9:39:55 PM PDT by EdnaMode
A Jefferson County woman was arrested Saturday after telling investigators with the Sheriff's Office she shot and killed her husband because he bought pornography.
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, just after 2:30 p.m. 69-year-old Patricia Hill called 911 and told dispatchers she just shot her husband Frank.
When investigators got to the couple's home in the 3000 block of Donaldson Lane, they found 65-year-old Frank Hill dead in a backyard shed. Investigators say Frank had been shot twice.
According to the Sheriff's Office Patricia Hill told investigators she was angry her husband ordered porn on the TV, after she had canceled his subscription. Hill then told investigators she went to the shed where Frank was, asked him to leave, when he said no she went into the house, got a gun, then shot him.
"Immediately following the shooting, Mrs. Hill stated that she returned inside the residence, where she returned the weapon and called 911 to report the shooting, said Maj. Lafayette Woods.
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I can’t imagine what she would have done to him if he’d brought home one of those sex robots!
As well she should have.
Profligate spending, when that stuff is ‘free’ on the internet.
Shot them both, apparently.
The only justification for lethal force is when life or great harm is at risk. Divorce would have been the proper resolution. Murder and conviction of murder is stupid, but final.
Would have saved him from the hostilities that ensude.
Poor man may have gone to his death for a lousy Stormy Daniels video.
Well that's one way of getting him to leave the property.
Not sure if divorce is appropriate, either.
I am not involved at all, so I don’t know any of the details, but I’m not sure pornography is a good reason for a divorce.
For me anyway, it seems extreme even then.
Seriously though the technology is there and I'm sure some geek could figure out how to arm a sex robot. That would be a strange self defense case now wouldn't it be.
If it was homo or child porn, yes, she deserves credit for blowing (no pun intended) him away.
But anything starring Jenna Jameson...well, she deserves Old Sparky.
There may be a whole lot more to this story than we’ll ever know.
Well, one thing’s for sure. He’s stiff now.
Wow! Very sad.
I’ve heard the phrase, “gun porn”, but this is ridiculous.
Omg! Foundation for a captivating film. Great idea. Love it. Just think of the robts out in the military. Partnering in the day and night. ;D But I love your idea!
She could have set up a camera and made a snuff film just to spite him so I guess it could have been worse. Dead is dead though.
Her life is essentially over now too. A woman scorned. Not even over a real woman; just paid porn actors on film.
I asked her to clarify as her position seemed very severe and she went on to quote the Bible where Jesus said "if a man looks at a woman to lust after her, he already committed adultery in his heart". I then asked her if she has had any similar feeling for another man apart from her husband, and she flatly said No. The husband snorted in laughter at her response and I just knew it was a case of Jealous Wife Syndromes.
The guy is very handsome and very youthful looking at 55+ yr old and is a very likable person vs the wife is 2 yrs older black woman but nobody likes her at all. The guy can easily be mistaken for being 24+ and often is carded by waiters.
It was later uncovered a few yr later that for yrs she was poisoning his food and he told me that almost every 6-9 months for 7 yrs, he would have to be hospitalized for various mystery illnesses that the doctors could not properly diagnose.
And it won't get pregnant and leave you short one a soldiers.
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