Telemarketer prevents husbandfrom getting away with murder

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10 November 2004 , WIESBADEN - A man in Germany might have escaped with murdering his wife had it not been for a telemarketer's call, police said. The husband had just stabbed his wife when the phone rang and she grabbed the phone and stammered, "Please help me, my husband's killing me," before he wrenched the receiver out of her hand. The unidentified telemarketer initially thought it might be a ruse to shake off pesky telemarketers such as herself. But she nonetheless called police and gave them the numb

10 November 2004

WIESBADEN - A man in Germany might have escaped with murdering his wife had it not been for a telemarketer's call, police said.

The husband had just stabbed his wife when the phone rang and she grabbed the phone and stammered, "Please help me, my husband's killing me," before he wrenched the receiver out of her hand.

The unidentified telemarketer initially thought it might be a ruse to shake off pesky telemarketers such as herself. But she nonetheless called police and gave them the number.

Tracing the number to a home in in the Black Forest town of Geislingen, police found a man attempting to dispose of the body of his 27-year-old wife. He now faces charges of murder.

DPA

Subject: German news

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