Crowds throng court to have a glimpse of cyanide killer

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Times Nation -

Kozhikode: The scene out­side the mag­is­te­rial court in Thama­rassey was chock-a-block with peo­ple try­ing to catch a glimpse of the so-called se­rial cyanide killer, Jolly Amma Joseph, the prime ac­cused in the mur­ders of Koo­dathayi here in Ker­ala. Jolly and her two ac­com­plices was on Thurs­day sent to po­lice cus­tody till Oc­to­ber16.

The ac­com­plices helped her by sup­ply­ing cyanide, and all three have been ar­rested for plot­ting the mur­der of Jolly’s first hus­band Roy Thomas.

The po­lice had a very tough time keep­ing the huge crowd at bay in the court premises. When Jolly was taken into the court there was huge boo­ing. But she was taken be­fore the court amid tight se­cu­rity and this forced the court to reg­u­late en­try.

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