He made her plead for her life. SMH.
Lawyer Accused Of Killing Girlfriend
According to Mail Online
An Ivy League lawyer accused of strangling his Weight Watchers executive girlfriend has allegedly been caught on voicemail forcing her to plead for her life.
Jason Bohn, 34, has been charged with murder over the beating and strangling of 27-year-old Danielle Thomas in their Astoria, New York apartment just over a year ago.
The pocket-dial to a friend’s voicemail on June 24, 2012 appears to capture the tragic last moments of Miss Thomas’s life.
The tape, exclusively obtained by CBS, will be central for the prosecution during Bohn’s first-degree murder trial which is due to begin on July 29. He faces life in prison.
On the chilling recording, a man believed to be Bohn relentlessly questions why Miss Thomas made a phone call to a number with a 508 area code.
Bohn then strangles the 27-year-old before letting go as she pleads with him and tries to answer his questions, CBS was told by prosecutors.
She struggles to breath as she answers over and over: ‘I don’t know… Jason, I love you.’
He then replies: ‘You have five seconds and then…and then I’m going to kill you.
He continues: ‘I’m going to let you up and then you need to answer quickly or else you die… Danielle, why did you call that number?
‘Danielle you are so stupid. You think I’m going to stop, I won’t stop.’
An autopsy report by the medical examiner revealed that Ms Thomas died of neck compression and blunt-force trauma.
‘She was my only child and my mother’s only grandchild. She was really enjoying New York. She loved her job and they loved her,’ her mother, Jamie Thomas Bright, told the New York Post.
Prayers go out to her family.