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Saskatchewan woman says her lover came up with plan to kill their spouses

May 30, 2016 - 8:10 PM

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - A Saskatchewan woman accused of planning to murder her husband and her lover's wife admitted to police that her Internet search of "grease fire" was part of the plan.

Angela Nicholson, 51, and Curtis Vey, 52, are on trial in Prince Albert court on charges of conspiring to kill their spouses, Brigitte Vey and Jim Taylor.

A jury watched a video Monday of police interviewing Nicholson on July 6, 2013.

Nicholson first told police the Internet search for the term "grease fire" was related to work.

She later said the fire was Vey's idea and that the pair also discussed how Vey would put sleeping pills in his wife's coffee.

Nicholson also told police that after they separated, Taylor sent her a Christmas gift in 2010 that included two knives engraved with their names and an empty perfume bottle with a note saying “dare me.”

She told officers she was concerned about a possible murder-suicide and that Taylor was stalking her.

Nicholson also wrote a letter in which she said, "I hate Jim and Brig so much I want them to suffer," but told police she didn't mean it.

The trial is expected to continue until Friday this week.

(CKBI, Prince Albert Daily Herald)

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