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Roman Sosa, a Texas-based man hoaxed his death to prove that his wife had hired a hitman to kill him.
Sosa fabricated the plan with detectives and his old close friend in 2015 after officers realized that his wife Maria was planning to have him killed.
A common friend of the couple whose name is Mundo contacted price officers and told them that Mrs. Soso asked him to look for a hitman to murder her husband.
The duo was living together since 2007 and was fighting a divorce case by 2015.
“Those moments when I first heard that Lulu wanted to have me killed were surreal,” Mr. Sosa said. ” The words kind of hung in the air for a split second and when I began to process the message, the words fell into my brain one by one.”
An unidentified police officer met Mrs. Soso who offered him $2,000 (£1,600) and her husband’s truck to have Roman Sosa murdered.
The reason which came out for all this was that Mrs. Soso was worried about the money If her husband were to divorce her.
Fortunately, Mr. Soso was already aware of the plan but he still continued to behave normally.
“It hit me that I still had to live under the same roof with the person planning to have me murdered,” he said.
“Yes, I slept with the enemy and with one eye open, all while trying to act as “normal” as possible so Lulu would continue with her plan. Keep in mind, that was the only way we could catch her in the act.”
To prank Mrs. Soso, Texas Rangers clicked photographs of Mr. Roman as dead and lying in a grave. Mr. Sosa’s face was created the same way as he was shot dead.
That picture, to this day, reflects one of the most difficult things I have ever done in my life,” he said.
An unidentified officer who pretended to be a hitman clicked a photograph with Roman and sent it to Mrs. Soso.
Later the officers reached to Mrs. Soso and questioned 45-year-old about all her plans. Although she denied accepting all this.
The woman was convicted to 20 years in jail after pleaded condemned to a charge of second-degree felony solicitation of murder.