Quick question: what should his wife do to him for exposing her to the virus?
Lets face it. Had he remained true to his vows this probably would not have happened. Had he used protection, we would not be discussing this now. So, he did something wrong, something bad happened to him and he decided to do something worse.
Makes a whole lot of sense to me.
Meanwhile, note that he did not even bother to find out if he had contracted the virus yet. Tests are just being done now. People need to know you don’t just “catch HIV” as soon as you are exposed to it and with men it takes a while longer. It varies from person to person. One might get it immediately and another might not ever (yeah there are people out there who seem to be immune to it but its not written on anybody’s forehead!)
Well, this is done and dusted. I hope he has a good time in jail cos I think he will be stuck in there for awhile.
Larry Dunn of Dallas believed he would contract the disease, so he told police he killed Cicely Lee Bolden to exact revenge: ‘In my mind, I’m already dead. She killed me, so I killed her.’
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Larry Dunn (left) said he killed his mistress, Cicely Lee Bolden (right), after she revealed to him that she was HIV positive.
Larry Dunn admits to police he killed his mistress to get revenge.
“I wanted to make her pay,” Dunn said in a recorded interview with police according to the Dallas Morning News. “Killing her wasn’t on the menu. That’s just how it ended up.”
Dunn, 37, was cheating on his wife with a woman named Cicely Lee Bolden — who in September 2012 told Dunn she was HIV positive.
“In my mind, I’m already dead,” Dunn said in the video. “She killed me, so I killed her.”
Dunn, who said he had unprotected sex with Bolden one last time because it wouldn’t matter, also said his lover did not have a chance to defend herself, the Morning News reported.
“She didn’t see it until it was in her throat,” Dunn told police. “She wasn’t very strong.”
Dunn’s attorney said his client is still undergoing tests to determine if he contracted the disease. He faces life in prison but his sentence would stretch from two to 20 years if jurors rule he acted with “sudden passion,” the Morning News reported.