Man who cut wife’s neck found guilty of attempted murder
A New York State Supreme Court judge threw out a murder conviction Monday for a woman who had cut her own wife’s neck in the Bronx and tried to have her corpse stuffed in a van.
In the case, the judge ruled the woman had shown no remorse and had killed the woman while her children watched.
An attorney for the woman’s mother who had worked with her said she felt disappointed in the ruling and would seek a review of the case by the New York State Supreme Court.
The Manhattan district attorney would not comment when reached by phone Monday, but described the woman’s death as “totally out of character” for the family.
“She was doing just fine for a woman of her wealth and social standing. She was very proud of herself,” said prosecutor Cyrus Vance. “This is just crazy.”
The crime unfolded in the early morning hours of Sept. 19, 1989, as the two were driving on the New York State Thruway near Albany. It was the first night of the family’s vacation.
Police say the woman had just left the restaurant with their daughter and a friend when the man allegedly got out of the driver’s seat of the van and cut through the left shoulder of the woman’s neck with his car’s brake line, then returned to the wheel and started the van, police said.
Momentarily stunned, the woman jumped out of the car as the man drove off in the van’s right hand.
At first, the woman screamed for help but stopped breathing when she realized the man was too late.
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