Woman used antifreeze to kill husband
A WIFE has admitted murdering her husband of 21 years by lacing his steroid injections with antifreeze.
Jamie Baker, 47, had denied murdering her weightlifter husband James D Baker II, 42, after he collapsed in their bedroom on September 16, 2013.
But an investigation found that he had been slowly killed with ethylene glycol – a substance found in antifreeze – and Baker confessed her guilt.
An autopsy found ethylene glycol inside the kidneys. In small doses, it crystallizes inside the organs, eventually causing death.
Bottles of steroids discovered at the scene were found to contain the substance.
Jamie Baker ( above) admitted she had used a hypodermic needle to drain a container of antifreeze in their garage and inject the bottles with it.
She gave police no reason for the killing as she admitted murder in Dover, Delaware.
She faces 15 years to life when sentenced next month. THE Bassian Thrush farts when feeding; this startles worms into revealing their location.