Prisoner writes to her ex-husband vowing to murder his new partner
‘I will hunt her down like the dog she is and I will kill her, slowly’: Woman who wrote to her ex-husband from jail vowing to murder his new partner gets two more months behind bars
- Rachel Beeton, 36, swore to exact ‘revenge’ on her former partner’s new lover
- The sadistic convict and mother was serving seven years in HMP Peterborough
- After pleading guilty to breaching restraining order, she has been slapped with another two years on her sentence
Rachel Beeton, 36, swore to exact ‘revenge’ on her former partner’s new lover by hunting her down ‘like the dog she is’
A twisted prisoner who plotted to murder her ex-husband has sent him a chilling letter from her cell in which she vows to slowly kill his new partner until she ‘begs’ for death.
Rachel Beeton, 36, swore to exact ‘revenge’ on her former partner’s new lover by hunting her down ‘like the dog she is’.
But the sadistic convict, who was serving seven years in HMP Peterborough and was under a restraining order not to contact her ex-husband, has been slapped with another two months on her sentence.
In the letter, Beeton, a mother, wrote: If it’s the last thing I do I will find your ***** and make her pay for this.
‘I will hunt her down like the dog she is and I will kill her, slowly so she knows the pain I feel without my kids.
‘She will be begging me to kill her by the time I’m finished with her. They can keep me as long as they want to in here, but I will get my revenge. She will DIE.’
But prisoner officers intercepted Beeton’s letter in the post box after a fellow inmate dobbed on her.
In her police interview, Beeton said she penned the threatening letter because she was ‘p***ed off’ and told officers she ‘couldn’t be a***d’ to talk to them.
Prisoner officers intercepted Beeton’s sadistic letter in the post box after a fellow inmate dobbed on her
And when asked if she really intended to kill her former husband, she answered ‘yes’.
When asked if there was anything else she could tell police about the offence she said she ‘couldn’t be arsed.’
On 14 May, at Peterborough Crown Court, Beeton pleaded guilty to attempting to breach a restraining order and was sentenced to an additional two months in prison.
Detective Constable Paul Twell said: ‘Beeton wanted to disrupt the lives of her ex-husband and his new partner, causing them unnecessary fear through violent threats.
She knew this was not only wrong but went against the rules of her restraining order.
‘Hopefully, the extra time spent in prison will allow her to gain control of her anger and move on.’
Source: Read Full Article