Rachel Wade

September 3, 2010 by USA Post 

Rachel Wade, According to the St. Petersburg Times, the judge in Pinellas, Pasco Circuit Judge Joseph A. Bolts Wade said he had “caused great pain” before sentencing.

Wade, now 20, was convicted of second-degree murder on 23 July. The jury deliberated for less than three hours before siding with prosecutors who argued that Wade had been killed at age 18 in April 2009 Lüdemann, because the two were about the same young man, Joshua Camacho.

The State argued that Wade killed his nemesis, then leaned back as Lüdemann was dying and asked Pinellas Park police officers for a cigarette.

Attorney Wesley Dicus described the stabbing as so violent that the knife blade was bent.

Wade’s attorney, Jay Hebert, said his client acted in self-defense, saying that on the night of the murder, Lüdemann and his friends were on their way to “jump” Wade. Months and months of cruel jokes and discussions came to a point, he explained, was not Lüdemann, Wade, who started the fatal fight.

During his closing argument, Hebert told the jury, “Sarah was the aggressor. They could not stop it. She went to look for Rachel that night.”

Wade and Lüdemann were dating the same girl in a twisted love triangle full of drama that lasted for months.

There have been numerous clashes between the girls.

The irrefutable proof of evidence was a collection of threatening messages from voice mail to Sarah Rachel.

Rachel is heard saying: “Please tell me why you’d be a fool Sarah, a ** c ** t and put a brand new image of you and Josh on the beach on their MySpace. Seriously, I told you to see your f *** ing back and f *** ing cold with him. I’m sure that I’m AF *** murder of the building, you know that I’m leaving now. ”

The jury was silent after the messages were played in court, and Rachel began to mourn.

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