Prosecutors in New You are able to have agreed to Paternity testing of evidence in the 1992 trial of so-known as “Fatal Attraction” killer Carolyn Warmus, who was paroled 2 yrs ago after serving 27 years imprisonment for that murder of her lover’s wife.
Westchester County Da Mimi Rocah agreed on Monday towards the testing of three bits of evidence accustomed to convict Warmus within the 1989 dying of Gloria Jeanne Solomon, who had been shot nine occasions in her own home in suburban Greenburgh. The brand new rise in the situation was initially reported in the Journal News.
Warmus and also the victim’s husband, Paul Solomon, started cheating when both were teachers in a school in Scarsdale. Her first trial for that killing of Gloria Jeanne Solomon led to a hung jury in 1991, but she was in prison for second-degree murder annually later.
Warmus, now 57, has always maintained her innocence and it has searched for to possess three bits of evidence tested to find out whether they can exonerate her by pointing to a different suspect.
Most critical is really a glove available at the Solomons’ home which was a vital bit of evidence within the second trial. Prosecutors stated Warmus left the glove there during the time of the killing. Warmus’ lawyers have contended that testing from the glove can be that somebody apart from Warmus was present when Solomon was wiped out.
Another evidence is semen retrieved in the victim and bloodstream present in a bag owned by Paul Solomon.
The murder of Gloria Jeanne Solomon attracted wide media attention and it was dubbed the Fatal Attraction killing following the 1987 movie starring Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.
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