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IN OMG! ON 20 Dec, 2015
Everyone has a dream which comes with a cost. And talking about that, what are you willing to do for money? People would normally work hard to get their money to buy a house, a car, and generally improve their lives. But some people are evil when it comes to money -- they would steal and kill just to be able to get more money and spend them for things that they don't even need.
This is a sad story of a woman who was consumed by her own greed, and how that almost took the life of her own sister.
Cathy Bartlett is a 30-year-old woman who has since been deemed by a judge as an evil and ruthless person after doing something incredibly despicable. She wanted to live a great, luxurious life, but she was being a bad person.
Cathy, who is a mother of two kids, actually stole about 140,000 Euros from her sister. In order to prevent going to jail and being caught, Cathy decided to burn her own sister alive.
Thankfully, Cathy has since been caught by authorities and is being sent to jail so she could spend her 25 years there. According to the trial at the Winchester Crown Court, Cathy gave her own sister Rachel alcoholic drinks and sleeping tablets.
Once Rachel fell asleep, Cathy began setting fire to the house of their mother. The house was located in Bartley, Hampshire. Apparently, Cathy was able to steal from Rachel because she acted as a financial adviser. Because of that, Cathy was able to steal a lot of money from Rachel's family.
Rachel also formerly lived in a caravan, and even that wasn't spared by Cathy who burned it down to the ground. Sadly, Rachel's 14-year-old dog named Jade perished from the fire.
Judge Jane Miller said that Cathy was an evil person who was cunning in her ways. Cathy has been sentenced for 10 counts of fraud that amounted to about 96,000 Euros, a theft amounting 43,000 Euros and for attempted murder.
The judge feels sorry that the parents have been supporting the wrong, mischievous child. Cathy bought expensive gifts and football tickets using the money she stole from her own sister.
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