The recent New Hampshire trial of a couple who allegedly plotted to murder a young woman following a proposed sexual rendezvous ended with the female suspect crying on the witness stand. According to the young woman already convicted for her involvement in the incident, her boyfriend choked and sexually violated a 19-year-old female victim in the couple's Sawyer Mill apartment.
The witness claimed that she and the victim had been watching a movie when her male companion suggested the three engage in a sexual game. When the murder victim refused to do so, the woman on the stand said that her boyfriend put a rope over the head of the girl and began to choke her, leading to her death. She stated that she remained paralyzed at the sight and that after checking for a pulse, they contacted another friend who assisted in the disposal of the body.
The witness claimed to have participated in the gruesome act because of her feelings for her boyfriend, who had previously expressed a proclivity to bizarre and violent sex acts. As she described the macabre actions of tying up the body, she sobbed uncontrollably.
The young woman expressed her confusion and emotional state during the acts. She further described letters sent from jail in which her boyfriend allegedly discussed how she would commit suicide, and outlined lurid and sexually crude behavior.
The public defender has claimed that the 19-year-old victim died as a result of consensual sexual activity leading to asphyxiation.
The young woman who testified is serving a stint in Goffstown women's prison in exchange for her revelations about the sadistic boyfriend.
If you or someone you know has been drawn into an assault involving deviant sexual behavior or violence, you should seek help from a seasoned individual who can help you in defending your case. Troubled individuals may be unwittingly drawn into doing aggravated acts out of emotions for another individual. If this is the case, you urgently need the assistance of someone who can reason with the courts and act on your behalf to protect your freedom and get you the help you need.
Source: Telegram.com, "'Kat' says lewd jailhouse letters instructed suicide" Kimberly Haas, Jun. 05, 2014