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Spelling Mistake Led This Woman Into Prison Who Killed Her Husband

Spelling Mistake Led This Woman Into Prison Who Killed Her Husband
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Jacqueline Patrick, 55, adulterated her husband's drink Douglas Patrick at their home in London with the help of her daughter Katherine, on Christmas day. When Patrick was taken to the hospital, she gave the doctors a fake note written by Patrick, saying that he did not wish to be treated and did not want to live. But here she made a made a mistake, she misspelled the word "dignity", which the police found out later. The doctors informed the police as soon as they found out that Patrick was a victim of anti-freeze poison.

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Jacqueline Patrick

Jacqueline Patrick

Two months ago, Patrick had to fight for his life as his wife attempted to kill him by mixing medication in his drink. Mr.Patrick did not file a case against his wife and daughter as he could not see them suffer.

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Cherry flavoured Lambrini in which anti-freeze was mixed.

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The Fake Note

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The word "dignity" had been misspelled as "dignaty" Mrs.Patrick and Katherine were found guilty and were given a sentence of 30 and three years of jail respectively.

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