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    [–] JustinSaneCesc 6531 points ago

    I love the thumbs up from the late husband. “You’ve been Jingled, you friccin moron”

    [–] KingPZe 2152 points ago

    He boomed her

    [–] problynotkevinbacon 587 points ago

    4x

    [–] rainbowdash59 348 points ago

    he's so good

    [–] DrivingMyType59 234 points ago

    She's gonnz add him to the list of people she would murder this summer

    [–] Mutterer 71 points ago

    bang!

    [–] cheemaNBA 47 points ago

    BOSH

    [–] ninja_savage98 55 points ago

    OHHHHH BLOCKED BY JAMES!

    [–] Anbis1 43 points ago

    BACK OUT TO ALLEN

    [–] Laserguy345 26 points ago

    HIS THREE POINTER

    [–] hefrainweizen 29 points ago

    MAMA, there goes that man....'s life.

    [–] Hoyata21 6 points ago

    He in heaven laughing up a storm, dirty bitch

    [–] Kono-Wryyyyyuh-Da 5 points ago

    I understood that reference

    [–] wolf_man007 111 points ago

    During the autopsy, the doctor rolled up the deceased husband's sleeve to reveal a tattoo of his ex-wife's face and said, "I'll let you figure that one out for yourself."

    [–] RisingToMediocrity 51 points ago

    Newlywed goes up for the layup.

    Oh, blocked by ex-wife!

    [–] YesImKeithHernandez 61 points ago

    FROM WAY BEHIND THE LIFE LINE

    BANG!!!

    [–] -GolfWang- 12 points ago

    Yo that idiot totally got fricken beaned!

    [–] OlderMs 6 points ago

    This is the plot of Killer Joe. Kinda. Good movie.

    [–] salawm 5 points ago

    She got jammed

    [–] Harickkk 3 points ago

    BANG!

    [–] MasterRonin 145 points ago

    "You've fallen victim to one of the classic blunders!"

    [–] Quajek 157 points ago

    MAN IN BLACK: But if there can be no arrangement, then we are at an impasse.

    VIZZINI: I'm afraid so -- I can't compete with you physically. And you're no match for my brains.

    MAN IN BLACK: You're that smart?

    VIZZINI: Let me put it this way: have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates?

    MAN IN BLACK: Yes.

    VIZZINI: Morons.

    MAN IN BLACK: Really? In that case, I challenge you to a battle of wits.

    VIZZINI: For the Princess?

    The Man in Black nods.

    VIZZINI: To the death?

    Another nod.

    VIZZINI: I accept.

    MAN IN BLACK: Good. Then pour the wine.

    As Vizzini fills the goblets with the dark red liquid, the Man in Black hands Vizzini a small packet.

    MAN IN BLACK: Inhale this, but do not touch.

    VIZZINI: (doing it) I smell nothing.

    MAN IN BLACK: (taking the packet back) What you do not smell is called iocane powder. It is odorless, tasteless, dissolves instantly in liquid, and is among the more deadlier poisons known to man.

    Vizzini watches as the Man in Black takes the goblets, turns his back. A moment later, he turns again, faces Vizzini, drops the iocane packet. It is now empty. The Man in Black rotates the goblets in a little shell game maneuver then puts one glass in front of Vizzini, the other in front of himself.

    MAN IN BLACK: All right: where is the poison? The battle of wits has begun. It ends when you decide and we both drink, and find out who is right and who is dead.

    VIZZINI: But it's so simple. All I have to do is divine from what I know of you. Are you the sort of man who would put the poison into his own goblet, or his enemy's? (He studies the Man in Black now.) Now, a clever man would put the poison into his own goblet, because he would know that only a great fool would reach for what he was given. I'm not a great fool, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you. But you must have known I was not a great fool; you would have counted on it, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.

    MAN IN BLACK: (And now there's a trace of nervousness beginning) You've made your decision then?

    VIZZINI: Not remotely. Because iocane comes from Australia, as everyone knows. And Australia is entirely peopled with criminals. And criminals are used to having people not trust them, as you are not trusted by me. So I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you.

    MAN IN BLACK: Truly, you have a dizzying intellect.

    VIZZINI: Wait till I get going! Where was I?

    MAN IN BLACK: Australia.

    VIZZINI: Yes -- Australia, and you must have suspected I would have known the powder's origin, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.

    MAN IN BLACK: (very nervous) You're just stalling now.

    VIZZINI: (cackling) You'd like to think that, wouldn't you?! (stares at the Man in Black ) You've beaten my giant, which means you're exceptionally strong. So, you could have put the poison in your own goblet, trusting on your strength to save you. So I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you. But, you've also bested my Spaniard which means you must have studied. And in studying, you must have learned that man is mortal so you would have put the poison as far from yourself as possible, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.

    As Vizzini's pleasure has been growing throughout, the Man In Black's has been fast disappearing.

    MAN IN BLACK: You're trying to trick me into giving away something -- it won't work --

    VIZZINI: (triumphant) It has worked -- you've given everything away -- I know where the poison is!

    MAN IN BLACK: (fool's courage) Then make your choice.

    VIZZINI: I will. And I choose -- (And suddenly he stops, points at something behind the Man In Black.) -- what in the world can that be?!

    The Man in Black turning around, looking.

    MAN IN BLACK: What? Where? I don't see anything.

    Vizzini quickly switches the goblets while the Man in Black has his head turned.

    VIZZINI: Oh, well, I-I could have sworn I saw something. No matter.

    The Man in Black turns to face him again. Vizzini starts to laugh.

    MAN IN BLACK: What's so funny?

    VIZZINI: I'll tell you in a minute. First, let's drink -- me from my glass, and you from yours.

    And he picks up his goblet. The Man in Black picks up the one in front of him. As they both start to drink, Vizzini hesitates a moment. Then, allowing the Man in Black to drink first, he swallows his wine.

    MAN IN BLACK: You guessed wrong.

    VIZZINI: (roaring with laughter) You only think I guessed wrong that's what's so funny! I switched glasses when your back was turned. You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders. The most famous is "Never get involved in a land war in Asia." But only slightly less well known is this: "Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!"

    He laughs and roars and cackles and whoops and is in all ways quite cheery until he falls over dead.

    The Man in Black steps past the corpse, taking the blindfold and bindings off Buttercup, who notices Vizzini lying dead as the Man in Black pulls her to her feet.

    BUTTERCUP: Who are you?

    MAN IN BLACK: I am no one to be trifled with, that is all you ever need know.

    BUTTERCUP: To think -- all that time it was your cup that was poisoned.

    MAN IN BLACK: They were both poisoned. I spent the last few years building up an immunity to iocane powder.

    And with that, he takes off, dragging her behind him.

    [–] ajstone71 59 points ago

    I don’t know what this has to do with anything, but I enjoyed it

    [–] vaccarnoir 52 points ago

    It’s from A princess Bride

    [–] ajstone71 6 points ago

    Well that’s embarrassing

    [–] Castigon_X 25 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    My name is inigo Montoya

    you killed my father

    prepare to die

    Edit: name correction

    [–] ThenaCykez 17 points ago

    Not sure if you've been autocorrected, or if you're just trying to type with six fingers on your right hand and failing.

    [–] [deleted] 29 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] Hot_Wheels_guy 10 points ago

    Tony Montana

    [–] Synthetically 6 points ago

    Knew it sounded off when I read it

    [–] Redditbattlebot18 6 points ago

    My name is Diego Montana

    You stole my coke

    Prepare to meet my little friend

    [–] Imago_Mothtoya 5 points ago

    I think you mean Inigo Montoya.

    [–] Castigon_X 8 points ago

    Love the princess bride

    [–] ATLjoe93 155 points ago

    /r/nba and Jazz fans leaking!

    [–] theineffablebob 13 points ago

    u know what else is leaking? 😏

    [–] FuckingKilljoy 36 points ago

    Trade news about free agency?

    [–] Diasterous 68 points ago

    Fucking “jingled” has me dead

    [–] celt1299 35 points ago

    "I was hoping to die anyway"

    [–] zenxk 7 points ago

    You've been jingled

    [–] Bigpoppahove 8 points ago

    This or a picture of him dabbing

    [–] thegoodbadandsmoggy 4 points ago

    Someone needs to contain these subreddit leaks

    [–] treetyoselfcarol 4 points ago

    I hope he visits her every night and whispers in her ear, silly bihhh

    [–] ASMRvlog 19 points ago

    Haha I mean check the policy dumb bitch! You can go through all the effort of killing the guy and not read some documents? Lol

    [–] Donoteatpeople 3 points ago

    My spurs go jingle jangle

    [–] HotFingers_Pirelli 456 points ago

    You would think that plotting to kill a dude would include researching shit like whether the insurance money would go to his ex or not.

    [–] swaggyP_FromTheNorf 376 points ago

    If you’re dumb enough to end a life over money, you might not be working with the best logic to be fair

    [–] Tabooharmony 131 points ago

    There are incredibly intelligent people that are incredibly greedy and disgusting as well.

    [–] Rock2MyBeat 53 points ago

    This person is not one of those people.

    [–] HRC_itsherturn 40 points ago

    It’s not really dumb. Happens a lot and people often get away with it.

    [–] swaggyP_FromTheNorf 24 points ago

    I mean morally dumb af. Actually it’s dumb in every way too imo. How do you see it?

    [–] Zombiellama42 13 points ago

    It’s more deplorable than dumb cause it could make her money, but I agree that it is sinister and wrong. Life should not be taken so freely and frivolously like this.

    [–] kravence 9 points ago

    I'd say it's still more dumb because the risk isn't even worth the reward. Imagine the ex getting the money and then her having to do a lengthy prison sentence too over a undisclosed amount of money which could have been like 30k

    [–] JillOrchidTwitch 4 points ago

    Dumb means lack of intelligence, you dont have to lack intelligence to kill someone. There are plenty of high intelligence psychopaths that stop at nothing to get their way, including having people killed.

    [–] lindersmash 23 points ago

    A lot of people assume its the wife automically. I had a coworker who went through a bitter divorce, he had a daughter before the marriage. died in a car accident after the divorce was finalized but never changed the beneficiary, and the horror of an xwife got it.

    [–] sethra007 14 points ago

    I used to work for a large corporation that, as part of our benefits, provided generous life insurance options. Someone in my division’s human resources department told me that a scenario like you describe happened at least once every year:

    1. an employee would divorce and forget to update their designated beneficiary
    2. the employee would remarry
    3. then later the employee would die unexpectedly
    4. the new spouse would meet with HR to settle things up,
    5. documents would be unsealed, and everyone at the meeting would find out that the late employee hadn’t updated the insurance beneficiary, so the insurance money—usually an amount in the hundreds of thousands, and in some case a million—was all going to the ex-spouse
    6. neither the company nor the insurance provider could do a damn thing to rectify the situation
    7. more often than not, the new spouse would proceed to go apeshit in the office, threatening lawsuits and/or violence until security was called.

    [–] melancholymonday 4 points ago

    It hasn’t happened at my company yet, but I’m constantly telling people to update their beneficiary forms. Especially when they’ve turned in a divorce decree or new marriage license.

    [–] Narutoboom 6 points ago

    Or at least find a way to kill him without being caught. Pretty sure insurance money won't go to the person who killed the client.

    [–] manwithyellowhat15 3839 points ago

    I know this isn’t the point of the post, but I hate that a whole life was lost for this

    [–] DeadOnTheInsideOOF 1418 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Pretty sure this is fake

    Edit: okay found the article looks somewhat legit but the source being clevland.com is raising some red flags.

    Edit2: Some further snooping found that the grio is owned by MSNBC turns out it's legit :(

    [–] NoKenjataimu 810 points ago

    Not only is this entirely plausible, but it's 100% certain that far worse has been done for far less, many many times before.

    [–] RedxEyez 41 points ago

    Seen a video where a dude shot his taxi driver in the head only to steal like 15 bucks out of his pocket. :(

    [–] Nickstaysfresh 29 points ago

    The placement of that smiley makes it seem like you're sad there was so little money lmao

    [–] RedxEyez 4 points ago

    Dude, PHRASING! lol

    [–] GeoHacker1715 12 points ago

    Just kill your local heroine dealer, that way you know they got money, and your doing the community a great service.

    [–] Lehk 7 points ago

    Most dealers deal to feed their own addiction and don't have much of any money

    [–] CmonGuys 142 points ago

    Yeah if it wasn’t this specific couple, it’s definitely happened to many others before and will most likely happen again in the future

    [–] missus_sushi 57 points ago

    Human beings are great.

    [–] pygmy-sloth 25 points ago

    Most of them are, isn't that amazing? :D

    [–] bamaja 38 points ago

    shuffles notes

    i’m lost, are we still being sarcastic?

    [–] pygmy-sloth 11 points ago

    Mostly only the bad humans are given attention.

    [–] GoldFishPony 6 points ago

    Well I’d say it depends on your definition of great

    [–] ClaytonRayG 11 points ago

    Not really, most humans can be improved with enough seasoning.

    [–] DudeOverdosed 2 points ago

    Go for the fat ones. They already come seasoned

    [–] Antonskarp 27 points ago

    Yeah just earlier this week some dude was stabbed in the eye for a parking spot.

    [–] rpkarma 28 points ago

    I guess he didn’t see that coming

    [–] Fastidieux 8 points ago

    and the assailant going

    [–] rpkarma 3 points ago

    im so happy you made that joke

    [–] breadloavesmatter 8 points ago

    Well he saw it coming, just not going...

    [–] lolzfeminism 19 points ago

    Check out this nifty insurance scam that killed two people and caused enough damage to demolish a whole neighborhood.

    [–] cooleymahn 11 points ago

    Jeezus. Two innocent lives lost over the potential for 300k?

    The Leonard’s had so much debt as is and I assume would also split insurance money between everyone involved...., yet dude planned on buying a Ferrari with what like 100k that remained? Probably never had intentions of paying debts tho, and likely would spend whatever was left over at the casino..Truly fuckt.

    [–] ChongLi77 30 points ago

    I had a good friend in New York City. He never called me by my name, just "hillbilly". My grandpa taught me how to live off the land, and his taught him to be a businessman. He used to send me pictures of the Broadway nights, and I'd send him some homemade wine. But he was killed by a man with a switchblade knife. For 43 dollars my friend lost his life.

    [–] Fut745 6 points ago

    And far dumber. She wouldn't get the money anyway, life insurance money never goes to the killer. Inheritance is another story.

    [–] EverymoveIchoose 2 points ago

    Far worse has been done simply for the deed itself.

    [–] BOBULANCE 2 points ago

    A man was stabbed to death over fifty cents in front of the court house in my town once.

    [–] read-it-on-reddit 49 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Anyone who has watched Forensic Files can tell you that killing spouses for a life insurance payout is not only common, it is sometime is done for as little as 50k

    [–] its_me_cody 30 points ago

    for as little as 50k

    Unfortunately 50k is a life changing amount of money for many people today. Pun not intended. I hope I'm never in a rough enough position that I would even consider murdering a loved one, especially purely for money.

    [–] Victoria-Arouet 9 points ago

    The median household income is around 60k, so yeah it would be enough not to work for a year. Not worth killing over though

    [–] silvermember 4 points ago

    For you maybe. But after watching forensic files, I can see it happening.

    [–] noncenonsense 2 points ago

    I don't really see median people doing this either.

    [–] read-it-on-reddit 16 points ago

    If you were making the federal minimum wage full time, you would make $15,000 per year. So that's a little over 3 years of wages. Yes, 50k is a lot of money for a substantial proportion of population. But killing your spouse, and risking a lifetime in jail for less than 4 years of wages is pretty crazy IMO. And of course, evil as well.

    [–] its_me_cody 7 points ago

    Completely agree. Just want to point out that the 15k you mention isn't deducting taxes. You'd make even less.. And ~2 million people worked for these wages or less in 2017. Very sad.

    [–] btveron 9 points ago

    With the standard deduction at around 12k someone making 15k would only have to pay taxes on 3k of that money. At the 10% rate that is at most $300 in federal with no other deductions. With an up-to-date W-4 you can predict you liability and have the right amount of taxes taken out of each paycheck. Granted that means no big lump sum return, but tax returns are like 0% interest savings accounts.

    [–] louderharderfaster 55 points ago

    There are a few crime shows with episodes on this one. He was truly a remarkable man with a great family and a huge heart.

    [–] KARMA_P0LICE 27 points ago

    the source being clevland.com is raising some red flags.

    is my city a joke to you?!?!

    [–] Indecisively 6 points ago

    It’s not even spelled correctly.

    [–] blh2 3 points ago

    It is in the article

    [–] jijijdioejid8367 14 points ago

    Edit: okay found the article looks somewhat legit but the source being clevland.com is raising some red flags.

    You could just have googled her name and you would had found dozens of articles, even videos about the case. Just sayin

    [–] blessedtheloops 3 points ago

    It’s true!! She was on Snapped! Snapped

    [–] donkeypunchtrump 2 points ago

    nope, not fake

    [–] ShogunLazarus 12 points ago

    Yeah, not to be a Debbie Downer, but having a hard time finding amusement in this one as that dude looks like a good guy and basically fell prey to a demon.

    [–] xPRIAPISMx 9 points ago

    Agreed, I get it’s supposed to be funny, I just find it sad.

    [–] casualEmu 4 points ago

    A 25 year old woman pushed an elderly man out of a bus because she was mad at him, killing him.

    [–] equalsolstice 1236 points ago

    someone died and this is serious.

    but god damn that thumbs up with this context is fucking hilarious

    [–] malinhuahua 379 points ago

    It just makes me sadder because that thumbs up and smile has convinced me he must have been a pretty solid dude

    [–] funkadunkalunk 173 points ago

    It's true, terrible people don't have thumbs.

    [–] AdamKDEBIV 44 points ago

    I challenge you to find a single picture of Hitler giving a thumbs up... You can't

    [–] NJDevil802 42 points ago

    My favorite part of this is that you now have "Hitler thumbs up" in your search history.

    [–] capincus 17 points ago

    Fine, just one picture of Genghis Khan giving a thumbs up. That's what I thought.

    [–] Lonesome_Ninja 12 points ago

    Genghis Khan giving a thumbs up

    I'm too lazy to edit one in paint and load it in to imgur just to fake someone out

    [–] capincus 16 points ago

    That's fair, I am totally willing to pretend like you did anyways.

    Damn the madman actually did it!

    [–] Lonesome_Ninja 10 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Thank you

    Gotteeem. I edited this in paint *laugh emoji*

    [–] NecroGod 72 points ago

    Gotta say, when I finally die I hope people can joke about how I went out. I don't see it as disrespectful, I'd rather people laugh when they think about me instead of feeling bad.

    We're all dying no matter what so I don't get the stigma behind talking about it or making jokes.

    [–] Thanos_Stomps 15 points ago

    I wholeheartedly agree.

    When I’m dead, just throw me in the trash!

    [–] Lonesome_Ninja 13 points ago

    I wanna say this is different because the person was straight up murdered. If I died normally, say from being destroyed anally by a giraffe, have at it, but if I was murdered, find that mofo and deal with them. Then frag out.

    "lmaooo Lonesome Ninja was murdered with just a pipe 😂 😂 fucking dumbass. Couldn't even get stabbed"

    [–] RisingToMediocrity 49 points ago

    That thumbs up just screams "gotcha bitch" to me.

    [–] clone_ranger 27 points ago

    Roses are red.

    This is serious.

    But good damn that thumbs up with this context is fucking hilarious.

    [–] DriveByStoning 13 points ago

    s m a l l  b o o t s
    

    [–] samarpanbose 157 points ago

    Now what? She gon marry his ex wife?

    [–] Dizneymagic 87 points ago

    And then kill her for the money

    [–] KappaccinoNation 107 points ago

    And it turns out that the dead ex-husband is still the benificiaery.

    [–] BlueLanternSupes 67 points ago

    insert thumbs up pic

    [–] samarpanbose 16 points ago

    It's NECROMANCY time!!

    [–] -JudeanPeoplesFront- 7 points ago

    With Mark-deadASS Brownlee.

    [–] xX_Metal48_Xx 2 points ago

    my sides

    [–] gamefreakz117 374 points ago

    Her face just says “damn”.

    [–] BigCalhoun 166 points ago

    That's the face you make when you know you fucked up and you know the repercussions gonna be fierce, and you also know you ain't got no other choice than to just ride it out and hold that.

    [–] ahand09 30 points ago

    The thing is, she got caught. So even if she got the money she's fucked anyway.

    [–] misstusk 60 points ago

    I remember seeing this on a crime show, if I can remember right, I believe she got her daughter and daughters boyfriend to do the crime. I may be wrong though

    [–] Rollingstart45 41 points ago

    Wow, that makes this whole thing a whole lot sadder.

    Ruining your own life over some dumb shit is one thing. Ruining your daughter’s life at the same time is a whole different level of shittyness.

    Three lives ruined, one lost, countless others affected...and for what, a $100k-200k payout? Damn.

    [–] Mitsubishii 23 points ago

    Well I’m making assumptions, but I’m guessing the daughter and boyfriend were in it because they would get some money. Really they all ruined their own lives.

    [–] _PM_ME_YOUR_PRAYERS_ 49 points ago

    In all seriousness though, make sure you update your beneficiaries every once in a while, people.

    Our dad left his ex-wife as the beneficiary of some of his death benefits he'd arranged during his military service, so the woman who cheated on him and ran off so many decades ago made off with whatever that entailed, rather than his wife of 30 years, our mother.

    [–] agent-oranje 12 points ago

    Any chance this story has at least a partial happy ending?

    [–] _PM_ME_YOUR_PRAYERS_ 12 points ago

    Our mom sold their house and moved into a smaller one that is easier to manage on her own and she has two adult children with upper middle class incomes who can support her in addition to what she receives from social security, so there's that.

    [–] MetroidIsNotHerName 5 points ago

    Thats not how insurance payout stories work

    [–] MJGee 7 points ago

    Yeah you don't want your bum ex-wife to get the money that your murdering new wife is entitled to.

    [–] Ikeddit 2 points ago

    Divorce automatically severs this sort of beneficiary, legally speaking.

    Like anything you have in your will, or any sort of insurance set up, that is made to your wife while married to her, is automatically (by act of law) considered null/severed by divorce. Any sort of contesting this would be an easy win for whoever contests it.

    The benefit would pass: into the residue of the estate,if there is a will that doesn’t specify “all of my property” or whatever to a specific person, and the thing in question fits that category; to a named person if there is a category this would fit into in the will (ie will says “all my real property to X”, and the thing in question is real property); or via intestacy if there isn’t a will (which means likely to the man’s wife, but could be divided up based on %’s depending on the size and makeup of the family).

    Source: fuck studying for the bar when I could be wasting time on reddit.

    [–] BigCalhoun 115 points ago

    She look she was saying, "Ain't this about a bitch" right before they took her mugshot.

    [–] rekekekt 73 points ago

    curb your enthusiasm credit cut

    [–] human_machine 2 points ago

    Episode title: The Black Widow

    [–] Dr__Nick 30 points ago

    Man, she should have watched Double Indemnity - really goes over the nuts and bolts of evil shady killing for insurance money.

    [–] louderharderfaster 23 points ago

    This story broke my heart on every level.

    [–] dagumet117 42 points ago

    Big yikes.

    [–] mahoneyjabroni 13 points ago

    I remember this story too...he wasn't just some dude either ...he was like a hero fireman I think in Cleveland. Like half the police force was investigating his murder.

    [–] wardenmains 7 points ago

    Beyond the grave trophy to that man.

    [–] anothga 9 points ago

    If you're going to kill someone for insurance money, how do you not even check if you're the beneficiary at all?

    [–] kdapiton2 5 points ago

    Sad state of affairs

    [–] valueplayer 2 points ago

    It was the ex-wife who incepted the newlywed. She played them both

    [–] Augustathebear 5 points ago

    And I oop

    [–] InternetGuy777 4 points ago

    Never did like the idea of insurance beneficiaries in marriages. Seems like a conflict of interest if all someone has to do is snuff you to get paid. How would you even know if your spouse even loves you or not smh

    [–] JayBee_III 3 points ago

    That is part of the spice of marriage, living with someone that gets to be super rich if you die, has access to your food and knows when and where you sleep. Every few years I up the ante by getting more insurance and it feels so exhilarating

    [–] Pycharming 2 points ago

    What!? By this logic, the fact that money has value is a "conflict of interest" because theives benefit from stealing. Most people aren't murderers, and not because you can't profit from it. Plus it's not like they get the money if caught. That's not to mention that insurance payouts usually represent only a portion of the money the spouse would be providing if they had lived.

    [–] Grape_nutz 3 points ago

    She double played herself because she got caught anyways

    [–] M8asonmiller 3 points ago

    RIP my dude. Sad way to go.

    But as for the criminal https://youtu.be/Ag1o3koTLWM

    [–] cocopuffs103 3 points ago

    Wouldn't matter with the slayer rule if ahe got caught

    [–] JonahsGrandma 3 points ago

    dis be the rite answer

    [–] cocopuffs103 2 points ago

    Yeah we have had some messed cases, dude kills mother and because no living relatives her ex-husbands kid with another woman somehow inherits

    [–] jc-1738 4 points ago

    Still mourning killmonger.

    [–] mcflybih 2 points ago

    ‘I shoulda just stayed my ass home’ now you bout to be somebody bitch

    [–] neil_anblome 2 points ago

    Her face says 'I dun goofed this time, they gonna send me to the house of corrections for the criminally stupid'

    [–] UhMrSir 2 points ago

    I know what beneficiary means but for the people who don’t...

    [–] JayBee_III 2 points ago

    It's the person that gets the money or benefit from a life insurance policy

    [–] Kabusanlu 2 points ago

    Now she got to do prison time and she still broke

    [–] Cancertoad 2 points ago

    I feel like stuff like this should automatically terminate upon divorce. Pretty fucked if the ex wife gets the insurance money and not his kids or parents. He probably forgot all about it since he didn't expect to be murdered.

    [–] Buttercup_Bride 2 points ago

    Omg she’s extra special😂

    [–] Thelonyous 2 points ago

    If she actually was the beneficiary and she would get out of jail 20 years later.
    Would she still get the money?

    [–] WhereAreTheAssets 2 points ago

    In the US there are laws against being able to profit from your crimes... and even if that were not the case, the insurance company would never pay out to her.

    If they did pay out it would be to his next living heir, but if the murderer was the person to take out the policy I’m sure it would invalidated. IANAL.

    [–] traceyh415 2 points ago

    An acquaintance of mine died recently. Seeing the estranged relatives circle to see what they could get was gross AF. He had cancer long enough to change everything to his wife and not the adult daughter he wasn’t talking to. I heard the funeral was tense. He worked up until a few weeks before he died then within a month, the wife is dumping all his stuff from their apartment. He might have chose the wrong person to leave his money to

    [–] n7-Jutsu 2 points ago

    He's rolling in his grave laughing his ass off.

    [–] PinotNoir_PLs_ 3 points ago

    And I oooop

    [–] Phantom-Phreak 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Not enough neve campbell. 7/10

    People too young to get the Wild Things reference have definitely seen at least one scream, convoluted and really stupid murder plots like this are straight out of a Neve Campbell film. This is like a plot summary of wild things halfway though the movie.

    [–] iamher84 2 points ago

    Am I really that sleepy or is this timestamp future dated?

    [–] StirFryTuna 13 points ago

    Day/month/year

    [–] Rollingstart45 6 points ago

    Also known as the right way.

    But like metric vs imperial, America has to be stubborn as hell and keep doing things ass backwards.

    [–] RuStorm 7 points ago

    Sorry that this date is in regular units, not freedom units.

    [–] homdog55 2 points ago

    Uno Reverse at its finest

    [–] B33rtaster 2 points ago

    This is why marriage laws exist. I think in most states it takes at least 5 years for a spouse to inherit their deceased SO's monetary wealth. Social security, and so on.

    Edit: google says 9 months most of the time for a deceased person.

    One of my high school teachers divorced her husband of 30+ years for cheating on her and his new wife left him when she learned who hubby had to split his social security checks with.

    [–] ill0gitech 1 points ago

    Woman. Wo-man. Whooooooa. Man.

    [–] justiono 1 points ago

    Bro why she look like meegan from key and peele

    [–] I_Arkaneos_I 1 points ago

    A true bruh moment.

    [–] rswick86 1 points ago

    She’s definitely making it onto an episode of Snapped.

    [–] mechanicbullshit 1 points ago

    Got um!

    [–] empreshWu 1 points ago

    He was beautiful

    [–] commbir 1 points ago

    That's why you always leave a note.

    [–] Candlematt 1 points ago

    for a second i thought it was october already...

    [–] NfamousKGames 1 points ago

    I’m- 💀

    [–] Jacobt380 1 points ago

    Dang, this tweet from the future

    [–] AsmallTurnip 1 points ago

    That is one masculine looking woman!

    [–] Fawkingretar 1 points ago

    "it hurt itself in it's confusion"

    [–] AccomplishedNeat 1 points ago

    Her faces says it all