WORKTOP BONK BRUTE KILLED GIRL’S EX
‘She was moaning with pleasure...they were doing it on the floor’
A MAN who stabbed a love rival 21 times has been found guilty of killing him.
The High Court in Glasgow heard that Paul Hadden, 32, from Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, and Lynn McMillan, 40, were having sex on the kitchen worktop when her ex-lover Iain O’Brien smashed his way in, armed with a baseball bat.
Seconds later 39-year-old Mr O’Brien was lying dying in the garden of Miss McMillan’s home after being stabbed 21 times by Hadden.
Two of the wounds to his heart were fatal.
Hadden claimed, in evidence, that he was acting in self-defence when he picked up the knife from the kitchen sink.
Originally Hadden was charged with murdering Mr O’Brien, but during the trial prosecutor Stephen O’Rourke withdrew the murder charge and replaced it with the lesser charge of culpable homicide – roughly equivalent to English law’s manslaughter.
The jury deliberated for three hours before finding Hadden guilty by a majority of killing Mr O’Brien.
Hadden emotion as was delivered.
Lord Burns deferred sentence on Hadden until next month and told him: “I propose to get a social enquiry report and a risk assessment before sentencing you.” showed no
( GUILTY: Hadden
and victim Iain