Arkansas Woman Shoots ‘Porn-Watching’ Husband

Ms Patricia Hill stands accused of having shot her husband as he wouldn’t stop watching a porn channel on their satellite television subscription.

The 69-year-old Arkansas woman is said to have “flown into a fit of rage” and then fatally shooting her husband when she spotted the porn channel once again on their satellite television bill.

Prosecutors explained how Ms Hill had asked her husband repeatedly to cancel his smut subscription with the Dish Network, after she caught him watching dirty TV shows on multiple occasions, but he apparently refused.

“She told him over and over again to stop, and he said he would but went right back to doing it,” explained Hill’s attorney Bill James.

He said the couple was “basically estranged” when the shooting happened last July and that Hill’s husband, Frank Hill, 65, had been spending most of his time in their shed out back.

“He went to his shed, and she went to work,” James said.

After telling him repeatedly to quit watching porn, James claimed that Hill decided to cancel his subscription. When the next bill came, she saw that the channel was back up and running and her “reality snapped,” the lawyer said.

“She lost her mind,” James alleged in his opening statement. “She didn’t try to hide it. She told the truth (about what happened).”

After shooting her husband twice with her Beretta .22-caliber pistol, she left the gun inside their home for police to find, right next to the TV bill.

Attorney James explained that Ms Hill viewed pornography as a “personal affront to her and to her god.”

Source: https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/04/23/us/ap-us-fatal-shooting-pornography-arkansas.html

Picture credit – Storyblocks video

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