A man who forged his own death to capture his murderous wife in a murder plot to kill him, told how to live with her after he heard she wanted him killed and described the & # 39; chilling & # 39; photo he made to make her think he was executed.
Ramon Sosa, 53, worked with the police in Houston, Texas, to capture his wife Lulu after she offered to kill a former $ 2,000 customer from her husband.
Sosa was a boxing coach and led a gym. He and his wife had been married for five years when, when his company got into financial trouble, she asked for a divorce out of the blue.
She then asked a man who only if & # 39; Gustavo & # 39; was called, who had trained Sosa, to kill him and tell him to shoot a bullet in the head. The man then told Sosa about her plan and recorded Lulu at one of their meetings where she gave him the order. They took the shot to the police and then worked with the FBI to arrest her.
As part of their plan to capture her, he took a photo in which he posed in a grave with a fake bullet hole in his head to make it look like he had been killed.
The photo was shown to Lulu, a Mexican resident, by an undercover FBI agent. She laughed when she saw them and was subsequently arrested.
Prior to the release of a book he wrote about the suffering of domestic violence as a man, Sosa said that he should sleep with the enemy with one eye open & # 39; after he heard that Lulu wanted him killed.
Boxing coach Ramon Sosa staged his own murder and posed for this photo of his & # 39; corpse & # 39;
Sosa discovered that his wife Maria & # 39; Lulu & # 39; Sosa (pictured together) wanted him killed
Lulu admitted that he was murdered and was imprisoned for 20 years in October 2016
& # 39; I noticed that I still had to live under the same roof with the person who was planning to have me killed.
& # 39; I slept with the enemy open and with one eye open, trying to act as "normally" as possible so that Lulu would continue her plan … it was the only way to catch her in the act, "he said The sun.
Regarding the staging of the photo, he said: & # 39; It was cold. Totally and indescribably chilling.
& # 39; That image reflects one of the most difficult things I have ever done in my life to this day. The idea that I am lying in my temple with a bullet hole in a shallow grave in my underwear is astonishing. & # 39;
Sosa said that although their marriage and divorce are & # 39; difficult & # 39; was, he & # 39; never, never for a moment & # 39; thought she would try to have him killed.
& # 39; In retrospect, I can tell you that she did not want to kill me alone, but that she intended to destroy the life that I had been working so hard for a while.
& # 39; After I have received all the evidence that the Lulu authorities had collected, I can honestly say that I am very lucky to be alive. & # 39;
He has now published a book – I Walked On My Own Grave – to encourage other men to come forward and share their stories as victims of domestic violence.
& # 39; Whether it is physical, mental or emotional abuse … ask for help immediately.
Sosa worked with the FBI to take this photo. They drove to the Texan desert where he lay in a shallow grave
Police officers painted bloody makeup on Mr. Sosa, so it looked like he was shot
& # 39; I was lucky enough to live an abuse relationship. Lulu tried to destroy my life for months.
& # 39; When all her plans didn't work, she decided to have me killed. I have dedicated my life to speaking as a public speaker on behalf of victims of domestic violence & # 39 ;, he said.
Lulu pleaded guilty to the request for murder at the Conroe, Texas court, and was imprisoned for 20 years in October 2016.
Sosa told earlier how his marriage initially seemed too good to be true
& # 39; Nothing was too much trouble for Lulu. She would give me manicures, pedicures and foot rubbing. She rubbed oil on my back and treated me to massages.
Sosa has published a book about his ordeal
& # 39; It was a paradise and my friends were jealous. & # 39;
Life went smoothly until early 2015, when financial worries, while the gym struggled, put pressure on their relationship.
& # 39; I thought we would solve it, & # 39; said Sosa. & # 39; Then Lulu said out of nowhere: & # 39; I want to divorce.
Forced by their finances to stay under the same roof, Sosa soon received the horrifying appeal from Gustavo in mid-2015 and their attempt to prove Lulu's murderous intentions began.
& # 39; After recording his meeting with her, where Gustavo pretended to know two assassins, we took the tape to the police, who were shocked – but came up with a great plan.
& # 39; They asked me to pretend that I was dead so that we could show the photos to Lulu, & # 39; he said.
With the support of the FBI, Texas Rangers painted bloody makeup on Sosa, so it was as if he had been shot by the temple.
Then they drove him to the Texan desert and buried him in a shallow grave that they had already dug.
& # 39; Lying in the dirt, pretending to be dead was terrifying, & # 39; Sosa recalled. & # 39; When I first met Lulu, I certainly did not expect our relationship to end like this. & # 39;
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