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You Get a Hit Man, and You Get a Hit Man!

by FraudReport 22. June 2017 06:25

One Utah woman has definitely not learned her lesson, as she is in trouble for trying to hire a hit man, one who is currently in jail with her while she is serving a sentence for hiring a hit man. 

Linda Tracy Gillman, 69, is accused of offering a Salt Lake County Jail inmate part of the insurance money that she said she stood to inherit if her ex-husband died. Gillman is already facing charges of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex, and she now faces even more charges after prosecutors say she asked a fellow inmate to kill the man she tried to hire the first time around.

Prosecutors say Gillman called herself "the bank" and said she could "make everything happen.”

According to US News, she told the inmate that she wants the man she originally hired to kill the ex-husband to disappear. The original man is now the primary witness against her in a felony criminal solicitation case filed in January.

Gillman said if the witness ends up dead, then she could walk free; she then gave the inmate an address of a condominium where she said he could be found. Authorities say the inmate ended the conversation once she realized Gillman wanted her to kill the witness.

Police said in December 2016 that she planned to pay $25,000 in life insurance money to have her ex-husband and his new wife killed. Investigators said she wanted the deaths to look accidental or due to a break-in.

In her first case, Gillman was charged with two counts of felony criminal solicitation. Last month she was given the additional charge of felony Attempted Obstruction of Justice.

Police say she previously denied the allegations of trying to plan her former husband's death.

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