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Indian-origin wife killed in UK by gay husband who wanted to flee with boyfriend; made google search before murder

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 5 December 2018, 15:43 IST

In a shocking incident, an Indian-origin woman was allgedly strangled to death by her 'Gay' husband who wanter to flee with his boyfriend to Australia. The woman identified as Jessica Patel was murdered by her husband, Mitesh Patel, in Middlesborough, northern England- it has been established.

The 37-year-old Mitesh, who is a gay and husband of 34-year-old pharmacist Jessica Patel was found guilty for her murder on Monday. Ealier, Patel denied killing his wife Jessica, who was found dead at their home in May.

According to news agency PTI, the judge found Patel gulity of 'strangling his wife to death' with a supermarket plastic bag, so that he could start afresh with his boyfriend. The accused reportedly mat his boyfriend through a dating App Grindr. The hearing to determine Patel's sentencing will be held on Wednesday.

According to the PTI report, the court was told that Patel had planned to claim a GBP 2-million life insurance and decided to move to Australia with 'soulmate' on Dr Amit Patel.

The accused has planned his wife's killing in 2015 and said his boyfriend that Jessica's days were 'marked' made a Google search. He Google for the topic such as, "I need to kill my wife", "insulin overdose", "plot to kill my wife, do I need a co-conspirator?", "hiring hitman UK" and "how much methadone will kill you?"- PTI reported.

Meanwhile, the victim's family has issued a statement at the end of the trail and said, that “they were devastated by her death. She had simple dreams, all she ever wanted was to fall in love, have a family of her own and live happily ever after... The man we welcomed into our family, who promised to look after and protect her, betrayed her in every sense of the word, cheating her of her dreams, robbing her of her life and robbing us of her," the statement said.

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First published: 5 December 2018, 15:40 IST
 
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