An Florida client hired a hitman to murder his ex-girlfriend. The man was blamed for the murder by Black Lives Matter.
A man identified as Daniel Slater, 51, living in Florida was able to negotiate a deal with the hitman and was later found innocent of the crime. In the report by NBC News, Slater not only played the role of mediator in the murder of his ex-girlfriend’s boyfriend and her husband at the couple’s West Palm Beach home, but also blamed the deaths on Black Lives Matter.
The statement, which was compiled from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District, was published on July 9.
As per the story Slater approached the hitman in May and June in order to murder his ex-girlfriend’s husband as well as her ex-girlfriend. Slater as well as the hitman formulated the location and method by which the murders would be carried out. They devised a strategy using the help of a third party, in order to make the murders appear shocking.
Slater as well as the Hitman went to the house of the victim to discuss the best window to shoot through. Slater advised his accomplice to paint house of the victim so that the murders seem to be related in Black Live Matters.
Slater initially made an offer of cocaine as a payment for the executions. The hitman then agreed to pay off his previous debt and pay a third-party to subcontract the murder. The man’s accomplice was an informant for the FBI and also an FBI agent investigating the hitman.
Slater’s thoughts shifted beyond blame for Black Lives Matter. Slater would have liked to put acid on the faces of his victims and break their teeth and injure the woman’s sister.
The man who hit the victims Slater was in agreement with saying the victims were killed on June 12 , and presented him with photoshopped images. Slater paid $400 and promised to pay the rest.
Slater was a man who let accomplices to do the dirty work. The cops initially spied on the man after a woman who hired by him to monitor his former girlfriend, kidnap and kill his associates, later found dead.
Slater has pleaded guilty to the condition that authorities drop some of his charges . He is scheduled to appear on the 16th of September.
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