This is a discussion on Texas man pleads guilty in bizarre murder plot against Ukrainian Internet 'bride' within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; who scammed him dad always said "A fool and his money will soon be parted" Taped conversations between Sartin and an undercover Bureau of Alcohol, ...
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dad always said "A fool and his money will soon be parted"Read more: Texas man pleads guilty in bizarre murder plot against Ukrainian Internet 'bride' who scammed him | Fox NewsTaped conversations between Sartin and an undercover Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent recorded in January and February captured Sartin agreeing to pay $50,000 to the agent to abduct Barykina in Kiev and have her "shipped in a crate" to the U.S. He told the agent he would "take care of her," killing her with "lead poisoning," according to authorities.Brides website changed life of man awaiting sentencing in death plot - Houston ChronicleDavid Sartin, a rather quiet and unassuming man, was living alone in an old manufactured home on a 3-acre plot in Hankamer, about 25 miles east of Houston. The 49-year-old's only scrape with the law had been a single traffic ticket - until he visited a "dream marriage" website that boasted the "hottest Russian brides."
Now he finds himself sitting in a jail cell, waiting to be sentenced after pleading guilty last week in Beaumont to attempted kidnapping and brandishing a firearm in connection with a bizarre murder-for-hire plot involving a Ukrainian blonde half his age.
Well, he'll make a fine bride his own self, for some of the boys in the pen... No mail order necessary...
Too bad the con gal got to him first... I was gonna ask him to partner with me in some unclaimed cash I hear is waiting for me in Liberia or Nigeria... or one of them countries... what'd I DO with that priority email I got?
It could be worse!