Wife sets fire to husband

 

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-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Rowley <markrow@ihug.co.nz>
To: mention@yahoogroups.com <mention@yahoogroups.com>
Date: 11 May 2002 23:27
Subject: [Mention] light my fire


>diesel, petrol, meths.... these two women were out to kill, maim and
>disfigure.
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>There was obviously some part of 'no' they couldn't understand.
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>Mark
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>Lover's attack earns 6 years' jail
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>                11 May  2002  New Zealand Herald
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>                A 33-year-old woman who set fire to a young man who
>                wanted to end their relationship was sentenced in the
>                Auckland District Court yesterday to six years' jail.
>
>                The court heard that Vivian Eve Northover planned the
>                attack - which targeted the 19-year-old's face - for
>                revenge and left him alone, unable to see and burning in
>                her Parnell apartment.
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>                The victim was admitted to intensive care for four days
>                with "sickening" burns.
>
>                Michael Lloyd, for Northover, said she was known at
>                work as "the kind, sweet person around the office". She
>                had no record of violence or anti-social behaviour and
>                was at a total loss to explain the attack.
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>                Judge Simon Lockhart, QC, said it was "cruel, callous
>                and deliberate".
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>                Last month, Northover pleaded guilty to disfiguring the
>                victim with intent to cause him grievous bodily harm.
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>                Prosecutor Kevin Glubb said both Northover and the
>                victim, whose name is suppressed, shared the same
>                workplace and had been in a relationship that ended last
>                year.
>
>                Although the young man had tried to let Northover down
>                softly, she had asked a male colleague to beat him up,Mr Glubb said.
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>                She wanted his face ruined.
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>                The "hit" never happened but on March 15 she invited
>                the victim over, the prosecutor said.
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>                When the young man arrived, Northover doused him
>                with methylated spirits and set it alight.
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>                Judge Lockhart expressed disappointment that no one
>                had warned the victim of his danger.
>
>http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=1844702&thesection=news&
thesubsection=general
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>Woman who burned man found guilty
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>               9 May  2002  New Zealand Herald
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>                A 28-year-old mother has been found guilty of trying to
>                murder her former lover by setting him alight in his car.
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>                Armajeet Kaur Singh wept in the dock as a jury of eight
>                men and four women in the High Court at Hamilton
>                found her guilty of attempted murder and arson.
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>                The charges related to an incident last June when Singh
>                lured her former lover Swaran Singh (no relation) to the
>                outskirts of Hamilton and tried to kill him.
>
>                An affair had begun after Singh started working in Mr
>                Singh's vegetable shop. Singh became enraged when Mr
>                Singh tried to break off what he called a "very minor"
>                sexual relationship.
>
>                Refusing to accept his decision, an emotional Singh
>                pursued her ex-lover, phoning him, sending love letters at first, and then hate-mail.
>
>                On June 21 she called him to arrange a final meeting at a Hamilton park.
>
>                As he sat in his car she doused him with a bucket of
>                petrol, set it alight and fled the scene.
>
>                With his arms, face and thighs on fire, Mr Singh jumped
>                from his burning car into a nearby puddle.
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>                He suffered burns to his face and legs, and serious burns
>                to his hands.
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>                Throughout the three-day trial, Singh's lawyer, Philip
>                Morgan, said it was not disputed that his client had set
>                the fire, but her intention was to destroy the car, not kill Mr Singh.
>
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>                But prosecutor Ross Douch argued, and the jury agreed
>                in just two hours, that Singh had intended to kill.
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>                Mr Douch said that an incident two days before the
>                attack, when Singh had poured diesel over her victim's
>                car, was a premeditated sign of her intentions.
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>                "She's learned that the diesel won't light so she changes
>                to petrol. She's changed the game plan completely, and in
>                a very sinister way.
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>                "He becomes the target and the car's the coffin,
>                regrettably."
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>                Singh's father and husband, who had been in court each
>                day, listened in disbelief to the verdict.
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>                That disbelief soon turned to shock, and her father broke
>                down when his daughter turned to him in tears.
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>                Judge Paul Heath remanded Singh in custody until late
>                this month and called for a psychiatric report to be
>                carried out before sentencing.
>
>http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=1844231&thesection=news&
thesubsection=general
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