Not domestic violence: female murder-for-hire schemes
Murder-for-hire schemes involving women trying to doff their husbands or boyfriends are now quite common. Murder is the most serious possible form of domestic violence, but mruder-fore-hire is not tracked as domestic violence.
If it was included in domestic violence statistics, we would see that females initiate even more than their well-documented known share of 51%.
One has to ask what percentage of male-on-male violence is actually female murder-for-hire that she got away with.
Here is the latest disgusting case of ultimate female-perpetrated domestic violence:
Dalia Dippolito, 26, was charged with solicitation to commit first-degree murder and taken to the Palm Beach County jail, Boynton Beach Police Department spokeswoman Stephanie Slater said. Bond had not yet been set and it was unclear if she had an attorney.
Dippolito gave an informant pictures of her husband, 38-year-old Michael Dippolito, and $1,200 for a hit man to purchase a handgun, according to a probable cause affidavit. She also offered to create an alibi for herself and detailed her husband’s daily schedule.