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Woman Hires Hitman to Kill Husband for Insurance Money


Woman Hires Hitman to Kill Husband for Insurance Money


Apparently, a woman, who has been identified as Alishia Noel-Murray, 28, felt her marriage was not what she thought it was worth, and wanted much more. Alishia allegedly hired a hitman to kill off her husband, Omar Murray, 37, because she was unhappy.

The couple have a 10-month-old son together, but for some reason that has not stopped Noel-Murray from plotting on her husband.

Back in 2012, it was reported that she attempted to poison her husband, but he recovered, and never found out that his wife was behind the arrangement.

However, Noel-Murray was having an affair with a man named Dameon Lovell, 32, and soon the couple were formulating a way to kill Murray. Noel-Murray allegedly, asked her boyfriend to find someone to kill Murray, and also took out $900K in life insurance policies, just months before the pair found a hitman.

The first attempt occurred on Feb. 6, 2013, but the gunman missed and Murray escaped with his life. Lovell then hired another hit man for $3,500, and that time Murray was ultimately shot to death in his home, with his own gun, as he returned from a local store.

Authorities first thought that the murder was originally just a botched robbery attempt; however, within eight days, Noel-Murray was considered a suspect.

After Murray was shot, Noel-Murray called 911, and expressed that there was an active shooter in the building and area, so paramedics were unable to render crucial medical aid.

Moreover, Noel-Murray only waited two days, just before trying to cash in on all of the life-insurance policies that were worth $530K and $200K with National Benefit Life Insurance.

Noel-Murray’s murder trial started this week in Brooklyn Supreme Court and she is facing life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Lovell, Murray’s former boyfriend, has made a plea bargain with prosecutors, and plans to testify against Noel-Murray and the hitman in exchange for a 15-year prison sentence.

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