Melbourne Court Plays Secretly Recorded Video of Woman Asking for Gun to Kill Estranged Husband
How will the court uncover the truth behind these disturbing allegations?
In a shocking turn of events, a video secretly recorded by a private investigator was played in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court. The video captured Emma Walters, the estranged wife of union boss John Setka, asking for a gun and stating that she needed to kill her children’s father to survive. Ms. Walters is currently facing charges of making a threat to kill Mr. Setka, but has pleaded not guilty.
The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court was presented with a secretly recorded video of Emma Walters making a shocking request for a gun. In the video, Ms. Walters can be heard saying that she needs to kill her estranged husband, John Setka, in order to survive. This disturbing revelation has left everyone in the court stunned.
Despite the evidence, Ms. Walters has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. She claims that she was scared of Mr. Setka and that he had been abusive towards her. However, the court is now faced with the difficult task of determining the truth behind these allegations.
The video was recorded by private investigator Adrian Peeters during a visit to Ms. Walters’ home. He captured her stating her intentions to kill Mr. Setka and asking for his help in carrying out the act. Ms. Walters even goes as far as to discuss the plan to lure him in and claim self-defense.
When confronted with the video during her interview with detectives, Ms. Walters adamantly denied ever expressing a desire to kill Mr. Setka. She dismissed the recording as lies and emphasized her only wish is for him to be held accountable by the police and the relevant authorities.
It is important to note that Mr. Setka has denied all allegations against him. The police are currently investigating the matter, leaving the court and the public in suspense as they await the outcome of their findings.
- Emma Walters asked a private investigator for a gun to kill her estranged husband
- She pleaded not guilty to the charges against her
- Mr. Setka denies the allegations against him
The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court was left stunned as a secretly recorded video was played, revealing Emma Walters’ shocking request for a gun. With Ms. Walters pleading not guilty, the court now faces the challenging task of determining the truth behind these serious allegations. As the investigation continues, both Mr. Setka and Ms. Walters await their fates.