Keith Wiens Killed Wife After Nintendo Bet

July 17, 2013 by  

Keith Wiens Killed Wife After Nintendo Bet, It was not unusual for the couple to make bets of a sexual nature on the outcome of Nintendo games, but on the night of August 11, 2011, something went wrong. That night, after dinner and drinks, Kalmring supposedly won the game and a wager. Later that evening, when Wiens got ready for bed, he found sex toys displayed on his pillow but brushed them away, hoping to get sleep before a golf game the next day.

But according to Wiens, Kalmring became irate, suggesting that he was no longer attracted to her. He assured her that was not the reason: “I said ‘no, it’s nothing to do with that. I love you. I just need to get some sleep,'” Wiens said. He then told her to go sleep in the guest bedroom but claims she came back into the room later and began hitting him. After fending off the initial attack, Wiens claimed, “She was not Lynn. She was crazy and she’d just assaulted me when I was sound asleep, and I was worried about what was coming next.”

A retired Canadian Mountie admitted in court Thursday to the 2011 murder of his wife, apparently over a bet on a game of Nintendo Wii. Keith Wiens has been charged with the second degree murder of his common law wife, Lynn Kalmring, although he claims he acted out of fear for his life.

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