Two women are found guilty of trying to kill their male lover FIVE TIMES
Two women were found guilty of trying to kill their loved one five times, including driving him into a car and pumping him full of drugs after a row of three.
Ralph Lehmann, 36, survived five attempts in his life by the two women – now imprisoned for attempted murder – who spiked his drink with psychotropic drugs, tried to knock him over with a car, drugged him again, tried to head his head hit with a car jack and tried to stab him.
Henriette R., 30, and her friend Michelle F., 21, each received four years in prison from a court in Frankfurt an der Oder, a city in Brandenburg, Germany, for attempted murder and GBH.
Henriette R. (30) and her friend Michelle F. (21) (left) each received four years in prison from a court in Frankfurt on the Oder, a city in Brandenburg, Germany, for attempted murder and GBH. Josephine S., 19, (right) was found guilty of consent as an accomplice and was released after a 18-month suspended sentence
Lehmann had met Michelle F. on Facebook and they had reportedly engaged in occasional casual sex. Her friend Henriette (photo) was then invited to three, but Michelle reportedly demanded € 800 (£ 712) from Lehmann
A third woman, Josephine S., 19, was found guilty of agreeing to be an accomplice and was released for a 18-month suspended sentence.
The court ruled that the motive for the attempted murder was apparently revenge on Lehmann after he refused to pay Michelle a payment of EUR 800 (GBP 712) after she had participated in a trio with him and Henrietta.
However, court spokesperson Schueler-Dahlke said: & # 39; The motive for the attack could not be determined 100 percent by the court. & # 39;
Lehmann told the court: "They tried to kill me." I managed to get away. They followed me a few more times, but I managed to limp away with the help of a stick.
Henriette and Michelle tried for the first time to kill Lehmann, 36, in November 2018 by giving him an overdose of psychotropic drugs in his drink.
The court heard that they then took him to forests near the Polish border where they gave him another cocktail of drugs, hoping to make him unconscious so that they could kill him. But this didn't work.
Ralph Lehmann (photo) survived the attempts to take his life. He said to the court: & they tried to kill me. I managed to get away. They followed me a few more times, but I managed to limp away with the help of a stick & # 39;
The court heard how he was hit in the head with a car jack and then they took a beer bottle out of the car and tried to hit him with it.
After three blows to the head, one of the women said: & # 39; He's still moving, we need to change that. & # 39;
They then tried to knock over Lehmann and cause injuries to his hip and abdomen.
Lehmann escaped the attempts and fled despite his injuries.
After the incident, the two women returned to the scene, but this time the 19-year-old accomplice, Josephine, was also there to help her friends.
Allegedly she said: & # 39; If we find him, I will cut off his penis and cut out his heart. & # 39;
The court heard that she had googled the location of human organs on the body on the way to the forest.
Lehmann had met Michelle F. on Facebook and they had reportedly engaged in occasional casual sex. Her friend Henriette was then invited to three, but Michelle reportedly claimed € 800 (£ 712) from Lehmann.
Lehmann said: & She said she wanted to buy something for 800 EUR. I didn't take it that seriously. The sex with Michelle was always consensual. The next morning we all had breakfast together.
& # 39; I told her I didn't have € 800 to give her, but we could pay it off monthly, & # 39;
The court is of the opinion that the failure to give the woman the € 800 could have led to the murder attempts.
According to the court, Michelle and Henrietta were so angry that they made a pact to kill their loved one. Their friend Josephine then had to help them.
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