Thursday, September 8, 2011


A JILTED lesbian jail guard who killed her ex-girlfriend, her uncle and almost fatally wounding her grandfather has pleaded guilty to murder. Kim Wolfe, 43, gunned down Stacie Williams, a 45-year-old nurses aide after the pair met to discuss a possible reconciliation of their relationship.
When the meeting didn't go as planned, the sapphic passion erupted and she pulled out her 9mm, blasting her one time lover several times.
But she wasn't done yet.
After driving to her home in Hempstead, NY, she got into it with her grandfather Marshall Williams Sr, arguing over life insurance policies.
When her 56-year-old uncle Michael Williams, tried to intervene, she shot him in the chest, fatally wounding him.  
Then she turned the gun on her 88-year-old grandparent, who amazingly survived.
Holding her 23-year-old niece at gunpoint, she then began to drive to Atlantic City, but called home a few times on her journey.
On of those calls was picked up by a police officer, who was able to persuade her to return home and hand herself in.
Her niece was unharmed.
Wolfe will now be sentenced to 22 years to life in jail on Nov. 2.
Nassau County Court Judge David Ayres noted that Wolfe could have been sentenced to 50 years to life for the two murder counts alone.
The NY Post reports that he told her: "It is my intention that you never walk the streets as a free woman, do you understand that?”
Wolfe agreed to waive any rights to appeal her conviction or sentence.

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