The murder took place on a street in Wisconsin, USA and has caused horror all over America for its violence. A 23-year-old woman is accused of killing a man she had met through Facebook and with whom she dated.
During her meeting something went wrong and the woman took a shotgun from her bag and brutally nailed the man several times. When he fell on the asphalt then – according to eyewitnesses – she started kicking him.
Then he bent down, took the keys to his SUV from his pocket, put the car in front of him, took off his clothes and pressed him to finish him off. The woman is named Lydia Carmona Kardachena and the murdered is 41-year-old lawyer Chad Wilson.
Wilson often defended the rights of former defendants and had become known for a documentary he had made on criminal justice reform.
Kardachena, who was arrested in Milwaukee, claimed to have had an argument with the victim and Wilson threatened to shoot her. He believed – he said – that he was a member of a gang and that whatever he did he did to protect himself. But a little later in her apology, she said that she was under the influence of drugs and alcohol and she does not remember what had happened.
He even said that they took the drugs with the victim in the car while they drank alcohol all the rest of the time. An eyewitness, however, described the moment of the murder and said: “The woman then approached him and kicked him in the face while he was on the ground, like a dog.”
It is endangered for life
The police officers who arrested her wrote in their report that Kardachena had blood on her clothes and told them nonsense when they handcuffed her: “I know I hit him for my safety but I hoped he was still well. “I am just such a person, but I refuse 100% because I am 23 years old and I have a two-year-old at home so there is no way you can force me to go to the doctor as I feel fine.”
The woman appeared crying in front of the court. Her guarantee was set at $ 100,000. The trial is set for December 23. If convicted of the charges, he faces up to five years in prison.