BLACK WIDOW OF EBERSDORF: Kenyan Woman Uses Lover To Kill Her German Husband During Sax

by Kim Boateng Last updated on July 22nd, 2017,

With a confession from the the killer, trial began wednesday for a cheating Kenyan woman based in Germany, Armina for allegedly conspiring with her lover to kill her German husband in 2016. Armina A. a mother of two, who has been described as a serial adulteress and her lover, Jan D reportedly conspired and killed her husband, Ekkehart H while she was making love with him at their home in Ebersdorf, Germany. Armina and Ekkehart met in Kenya as the businessman was on vacation and they got married in 2007.

The trial started on Wednesday with about 62 witnesses and 7 experts featuring in the case and is expected to last eleven days. Several of the sixty two witness are also expected to testify of how she has repeatedly cheated on her husband with other men.

According to Bild:

“On the said day, Armina is said to have let her lover into the house and led him into the basement where she had a machete which had a blade of about 40cm.

Her lover then wore a mask and gloves and waited for Ekkehart to come back home from work.

When her husband got home, Armina initiated saxual contact which led them to have intercourse. As the couple engaged in the act, Jan D came from behind and slit Ekkehart’s throat.

He attempted to slice him on the shin but missed slashing Armina’s Achilles tendon.

After the carrying out the act, Jan D ran away as Armina went outside “seeking help” from neighbors saying that they had been attacked by three masked men. Luckily, the couple’s two children were asleep and did not witness what happened.

Following the gruesome killing, an investigation revealed that Armina claims that someone had been threatening her husband and unknowingly implicated Jan D.

When Jan D was arrested, he admitted to the crime and confessed that he had a hand in the killing which was planned by the deceased wife.

In the light of the revelation, neighbors in nicknamed Armina, the black widow of Ebersdorf.”

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