Man Fakes His Death to Prove His Own WIFE Hired a Hitman to Kill Him

Man Fakes His Death to Prove His Own WIFE Hired a Hitman to Kill Him

She would stop at nothing to leave him Ramon Sosa of Houston, Texas never believed that he would get a phone call from a friend saying that his life was in danger. The 50-year-old had three adult children, was divorced, and had his own business. He was just looking for love and finally found it with a woman named Maria. Apparently, she didn’t really love him back, though. Instead, she tried to end his life. Ramon met Maria “Lulu” in a Texas dance club called Mi Luna in 2007. They married in 2010, and everything seemed to be normal between them. They had a very loving relationship. Ramon recounted their good times together to The Daily Mail: “Nothing was too much trouble for Lulu who was a personal trainer. She would give me manicures, pedicures and foot rubs. She would rub oils onto my back and treat me to massages. It was paradise and my friends were jealous.” They wouldn’t be jealous of his marriage for much longer.

Knocking Him Off

Knocking Him Off

Ramon and Lulu opened a successful gym together and things were good for the first few years. Then, financial strife hit them in 2015. Ramon tried hard to find a solution but Lulu wanted out — and not just of the business. She told her husband that she wanted a divorce. While things were strained between them, Lulu remained in the house with her estranged husband because she couldn’t afford to live on her own.

Their marriage became a “lie.” Ramon explained that Lulu would tell friends and family that he was abusive and a thief. She took pictures of his while he was asleep placing liquor bottles next to him to make him look like he had a drinking problem.

Searching for a way out of her marriage and financial predicament, Lulu approached a man named Gustavo and offered him $2,000 to kill her husband. Ramon explained to The Daily Mail that his wife “approached a guy called Gustavo, to see if he could organize the hit.” Unfortunately for Lulu (but fortunately for Ramon), he and Gustavo were friends. “I knew him, because I’d coached him [at the gym],” Ramon explained.

Gustavo called Ramon to tell him that he was propositioned for the hit. Ramon continued, “At first, when he called and said he needed to see me, because someone ‘wanted to kill me,’ I thought he was joking. Gustavo told me she was clearly serious and had held her fingers to her head, in a gun-firing gesture.”