Woman who dismembered husband not remorseful, says his son

Wom우리카지노an who dismembered husband not remorseful, says his son A 19-year-old college student accused of fatally stabbing her husband in Texas is “deeply remorseful” to her mother, who wrote a post on Facebook that read, in part, “A true man wouldn’t hurt anyone in order to have children.” Alyssa Cordero was arrested Monday after she allegedly cut her husband’s throat with a butcher knife and buried him in the backyard of the couple’s mobile home Tuesday evening, according to Texas police. Alyssa Cordero, who was born in Chicago, entered a not guilty plea Monday morning to voluntary manslaughter charges, said Detective Brian Brown of the Austin Police Department. coque iphone 6 She told investigators she had been drinking and “banging on the door with the knife to her neck and throat, causing him to get out of bed,” the affidavit said. She said her husband, Jonathan Cordero, had a job offer from a family friend and “she would not move or stay. She just wanted to give him happiness.” Police said they were contacted about 40 minutes before Cordero was arrested by a family member. coque samsung a10 “Alyssa, as you will see when you see her, is a true man,” the post read in part. “I don’t understand how anyone could kill her husband, especially for money… but why would you do this to him? I don’t know but I don’t think she wants any part of her husband’s death.” Brown said she was “very emotional” when her son spoke with her Tuesday evening by phone. “She made a very conscious decision to destroy her husband,” he said. iphone 6 hoesjes “She was very adamant about it.” The couple was separated for more than three years before finding each other again. coque iphone 8 Alyssa moved in with the woman in the couple’s mobile home, then went back to her college to do her degree and graduate this spring, according to Brown. custodia cover iphone The Corderos moved into the mobile home after the murder, a더킹카지노nd 우리카지노a few days after the funeral, the body was discovered, but police did not yet know what had happened, Brown said. “She is very upset about her loss,” he said.