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(New York Daily News)   Sexy psychologist decapitates her 'abusive' husband, chops up his body with a chainsaw then scatters the remains all across Mexico City... then takes a Ta Da bow to family and friends to make it seem like he was still alive   (nydailynews.com) divider line
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2014-12-17 7:21:14 PM  
I'd let her decapitate me, if you know what I mean.
 
2014-12-17 7:28:54 PM  
Rarely do you have an article where human "gristle" plays a role, but here we are.
 
2014-12-17 8:54:53 PM  
I'm just going to say I can't tell if she's got psycho eyes or not because I can't concentrate on them.
 
2014-12-17 9:10:13 PM  
You Quiero!
 
2014-12-17 9:20:06 PM  
Long-suffering Maria Alejandra Lafuente Caso, 40, who claimed she had been repeatedly beaten by her hubby Allan Carrera Cuellar, 41, drugged him by slipping sleeping pills into his drink at their home in the Mexican capital.

If true, that's actually rather sad that she was driven to that level of crazy. :(
 
2014-12-17 9:20:24 PM  
She's like a Mexican 4. Not sexy.
 
2014-12-17 9:20:59 PM  
Family and friendly?
 
2014-12-17 9:32:14 PM  
Police launched an investigation after children discovered his head whilst playing in a local park.

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JohnAnnArbor: Rarely do you have an article where human "gristle" plays a role, but here we are.


Bone gristle, even.
 
2014-12-17 9:42:47 PM  
"But we had a doctor carry out tests and she is of perfectly sane mind."

I don't think that's true.
 
2014-12-17 9:55:25 PM  
The asshole victim trope is in play, if true. (Trigger Warning: TVTropes will ruin your brain.)

dr_blasto: "But we had a doctor carry out tests and she is of perfectly sane mind."

I don't think that's true.



The medical and legal distinction between insanity and mental capacity has always amused me:

Doctor: Yeah, this woman is a paranoid schizophrenic who has to have an aid care for her to do basic tasks successfully, and hears voices from the leader of Rygel 7 telling her to murder.
Lawyer: But did she know it was wrong?
 
2014-12-17 9:59:16 PM  
I'd give her my head
 
2014-12-17 10:09:36 PM  
She'd have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for those damned kids.
 
2014-12-17 10:15:22 PM  

hardinparamedic: The asshole victim trope is in play, if true. (Trigger Warning: TVTropes will ruin your brain.)

dr_blasto: "But we had a doctor carry out tests and she is of perfectly sane mind."

I don't think that's true.


The medical and legal distinction between insanity and mental capacity has always amused me:

Doctor: Yeah, this woman is a paranoid schizophrenic who has to have an aid care for her to do basic tasks successfully, and hears voices from the leader of Rygel 7 telling her to murder.
Lawyer: But did she know it was wrong?


heh, should I not have dismembered him and spread him across the city? Was that wrong? Wait, you're mad because I didn't clean the gristle off the carpet, aren't you?
 
2014-12-17 10:16:50 PM  

dr_blasto: heh, should I not have dismembered him and spread him across the city? Was that wrong? Wait, you're mad because I didn't clean the gristle off the carpet, aren't you?


Come on, it's Mexico. She should have blamed the Cartels. Instant walk.
 
2014-12-17 10:22:29 PM  
She's got a weird joker smile thing going on. I'd get over it though.

Of course the human remains game of hide and go seek kind of hampers the mood.
 
2014-12-17 10:23:12 PM  
Divorce wasn't an option here?

Was that because Catholic or because abusive husband?

Hot pic. Sad story.
 
2014-12-17 10:38:41 PM  
Mincemeat in her arms.

/funny like that
 
2014-12-17 10:42:14 PM  

hardinparamedic: dr_blasto: heh, should I not have dismembered him and spread him across the city? Was that wrong? Wait, you're mad because I didn't clean the gristle off the carpet, aren't you?

Come on, it's Mexico. She should have blamed the Cartels. Instant walk.


hell, that only reinforces how crazy she actually is.

well, that and the fact that she left gristle in the carpet for days.
 
2014-12-17 10:42:44 PM  
OK, does anyone else find it odd that the photo they chose to use was a beach bikini shot when there's no indication in the article that a beach trip had anything to do with his murder?

I mean, she's attractive, I don't mind it, but it just seems like an odd choice.  Was that the only photo of her they could find?
 
2014-12-17 10:52:22 PM  

dr_blasto: hardinparamedic: dr_blasto: heh, should I not have dismembered him and spread him across the city? Was that wrong? Wait, you're mad because I didn't clean the gristle off the carpet, aren't you?

Come on, it's Mexico. She should have blamed the Cartels. Instant walk.

hell, that only reinforces how crazy she actually is.

well, that and the fact that she left gristle in the carpet for days.


I like how that word just rolls off the tongue.

gristle...
 
2014-12-18 1:04:16 AM  
Sexy psychologist decapitates her 'abusive' husband, chops up his body with a chainsaw then scatters the remains all across Mexico City... then takes a Ta Da bow to family and friends to make it seem like he was still alive

ALLEGEDLY
 
2014-12-18 1:06:00 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: OK, does anyone else find it odd that the photo they chose to use was a beach bikini shot when there's no indication in the article that a beach trip had anything to do with his murder?

I mean, she's attractive, I don't mind it, but it just seems like an odd choice.  Was that the only photo of her they could find?


Clickbait is clickbait.
 
2014-12-18 1:08:03 AM  
It's hard for me to tell if this is real or not, and I'm talking about the picture not the article.
 
2014-12-18 1:09:56 AM  

make me some tea: Long-suffering Maria Alejandra Lafuente Caso, 40, who claimed she had been repeatedly beaten by her hubby Allan Carrera Cuellar, 41, drugged him by slipping sleeping pills into his drink at their home in the Mexican capital.

If true, that's actually rather sad that she was driven to that level of crazy. :(


You're saying he drove her to it? Reported for victim blaming.
 
2014-12-18 1:10:12 AM  
A woman with a degree in psychology is nuts? That's mucho crazy!
 
2014-12-18 1:11:34 AM  

make me some tea: Long-suffering Maria Alejandra Lafuente Caso, 40, who claimed she had been repeatedly beaten by her hubby Allan Carrera Cuellar, 41, drugged him by slipping sleeping pills into his drink at their home in the Mexican capital.

If true, that's actually rather sad that she was driven to that level of crazy. :(


The article is short on details but it does note "he was abusive!" was the fourth lie she tried; first pretending he was out of town, then playing the grieving widow card and then pretending to be crazy.

So I guess it could be true, but I'm leaning towards "sociopath".
 
2014-12-18 1:17:34 AM  
I wonder if he was still alive and conscious when she chainsawed him into pieces. If he felt no pain no harm was done.

Accept it: life is cheap.
 
2014-12-18 1:17:50 AM  
Not that I'm complaining but was that really the only picture they could find?
 
2014-12-18 1:17:59 AM  
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2014-12-18 1:18:15 AM  
I didn't know NY had its own version of the Daily Mail, but here it is, complete with bikini picks even for gruesome murder articles.
 
2014-12-18 1:20:32 AM  

phrawgh: A woman with a degree in psychology is nuts? That's mucho crazy!


I would rather get advise about a healthy state of mind from some drunk Korean War vet at a VFW at Noon on a Wednesday, then anybody with a degree in Psychology.
 
2014-12-18 1:23:00 AM  

phrawgh: A woman with a degree in psychology is nuts? That's mucho crazy!


"Women with a degree in psychology" ARE a subset of "women."  Nothing new here.

/I'm so, so sorry, please don't hurt me
 
2014-12-18 1:24:06 AM  

Gunther: make me some tea: Long-suffering Maria Alejandra Lafuente Caso, 40, who claimed she had been repeatedly beaten by her hubby Allan Carrera Cuellar, 41, drugged him by slipping sleeping pills into his drink at their home in the Mexican capital.

If true, that's actually rather sad that she was driven to that level of crazy. :(

The article is short on details but it does note "he was abusive!" was the fourth lie she tried; first pretending he was out of town, then playing the grieving widow card and then pretending to be crazy.

So I guess it could be true, but I'm leaning towards "sociopath".


Yeah, she's totally lying. It's Mexico, everyone knows there are no abusive husbands there. They're just using time-proven, physically active techniques for conflict resolution and prevention.
 
2014-12-18 1:24:08 AM  
Thus proving a hypothesis I've held for many years: People who pursue psychology are BATSHIAT INSANE.
 
2014-12-18 1:26:03 AM  
Sexy psychology turned psychopath?

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2014-12-18 1:26:23 AM  
I'd let her guillo my tine.
 
2014-12-18 1:31:15 AM  

Osato: Yeah, she's totally lying. It's Mexico, everyone knows there are no abusive husbands there.


Dang dude, right to the ethnic stereotypes?
 
2014-12-18 1:36:11 AM  
I submitted this as every 4th daily Mail article ever.
 
2014-12-18 1:36:30 AM  

The One True TheDavid: I wonder if he was still alive and conscious when she chainsawed him into pieces. If he felt no pain no harm was done.

Accept it: life is cheap.


If you can't put a price on something, does that make it priceless, or worthless?
 
2014-12-18 1:38:29 AM  
If I were hetero I would totally hit it. (And not in the bad unlawful way, either.)
 
2014-12-18 1:44:50 AM  
Maybe she's a Sopranos fan.
 
2014-12-18 1:45:44 AM  
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2014-12-18 1:46:23 AM  

LincolnLogolas: Thus proving a hypothesis I've held for many years: People who pursue psychology are BATSHIAT INSANE.


Yup.  That was a dead giveaway.  My friend manages a few small office buildings that attract a lot specialist doctors.  The stories he tells about crazy tenants are more often psychologists by a wide margin.
 
2014-12-18 1:47:32 AM  
Cool but not quite "The Aristocrats!" cool.
 
2014-12-18 1:47:51 AM  
She looks like I would want for a awhile, but not for a long while. I know I am a pig.
 
2014-12-18 1:52:27 AM  
Funny, she doesn't look like a redhead.
 
2014-12-18 1:57:21 AM  

wildcardjack: Funny, she doesn't look like a redhead.


She had time to shower.
 
2014-12-18 1:59:10 AM  

RandyJohnson: phrawgh: A woman with a degree in psychology is nuts? That's mucho crazy!

I would rather get advise about a healthy state of mind from some drunk Korean War vet at a VFW at Noon on a Wednesday, then anybody with a degree in Psychology.


In addition, the Korea vet probably has a wealth of life experience to draw from for advice. The psych degree holder, not so much unless you are starting your first shift on the fryer tomorrow and are looking for some helpful advice.
/Psychologists are "doctors" in the same sense as chiropractors and naturopaths are "doctors"
 
2014-12-18 2:09:41 AM  

cynicalbastard: RandyJohnson: phrawgh: A woman with a degree in psychology is nuts? That's mucho crazy!

I would rather get advise about a healthy state of mind from some drunk Korean War vet at a VFW at Noon on a Wednesday, then anybody with a degree in Psychology.

In addition, the Korea vet probably has a wealth of life experience to draw from for advice. The psych degree holder, not so much unless you are starting your first shift on the fryer tomorrow and are looking for some helpful advice.
/Psychologists are "doctors" in the same sense as chiropractors and naturopaths are "doctors"


I'm really getting a kick... As I regularly frequent a VFW post in Korea which still has a few Korean War vets hanging around. 10 or so years ago there were a lot more. The guy who owns the Hawaii Hotel in Dongducheon, Jim, was not only a Korean War vet but a POW. He's still here, but he's up there in the years. Great guy. We lost one of our resident bar stool heroes a few years back. Charlie was cool but being near an Army post, got a lot of ribbing for his checkered Air Force (wingnut) past.
 
2014-12-18 2:10:22 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Cool but not quite "The Aristocrats!" cool.


Indeed, that was a family act.
 
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