You may want to grab a sweater for this next story, because the woman featured in it is ice cold.
36 year old Angela Simpson was sentenced to life in prison for the chilling torture and murder of 46 year old wheelchair bound Terry Neely back in 2009.
During television interviews, Simpson said in a calm voice she lured Neely to her apartment with a promise of sex and drugs.
Once there, Simpson says she beat Neely with a tire iron, pulled out his teeth and strangled him with a television cable during three days of torture.
Simpson says she dismembered Neely's body and set it on fire.
Neely's remains were found burning in a trash container outside a church on Aug. 5, 2009. Autopsy results show a 3-inch nail had been driven into Neely's head and his body had a least 50 stab wounds.
Simpson said she actually enjoyed killing Neely because he had admitted to her that he was a snitch.
In an interview after her sentencing, Simpson was anything but remorseful as she claimed she only did what was 'necessary'.
When asked if she felt she did the right thing by killing the victim, Simpson calmly responds ''of course,definitely''.
The convicted murderer even admitted their was a racial component to the crime when asked by the interviewer stating '' I wouldn't kill another Black individual''.
Her only true regret she stated was that she didn't keep him alive for an entire week to continue the torture.
Simpson believes justice wasn't done in the courtroom because she should've been sentenced to death. The reality of having to spend the rest of her life in prison doesn't faze her either because she says she's looking forward to seeing her sisters who are already locked up.Source
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