Jason Bohn is about to undergo a trial for the 2012 murder of his girlfriend, Danielle Thomas. And to be quite honest with you, it doesn't really sound like he stands much of a chance. See, there's reportedly a key piece of evidence in this horrific homicide case -- in the form of an audio recording. Apparently, while Bohn was allegedly choking Thomas, and Thomas was pleading for her life, she accidentally dialed a friend. And the entire murder is caught on voicemail.
How about checking your messages and hearing that?
In the recording, Bohn reportedly asks his girlfriend 20 times why she called the number "508". Thomas repeatedly says, "I don't know ... I love you, Jason," but the strangling and questioning allegedly continues. "You have five seconds and then I'm going to kill you," Bohn is heard saying. "I'm going to let you up and then you need to answer quickly or else you die. Danielle, why did you call that number?" He continues: "Danielle you are so stupid. You think I'm going to stop, I won't stop."
Bohn has been charged with first-degree murder and faces 25 years in prison, if convicted. And, to be completely forthcoming here, I really don't see how he won't be convicted with evidence like this.
Although it's unfortunate that a friend had to be on the receiving end of this terrifying, traumatizing voicemail, thank god this weird accident occurred. There really is no arguing with a voicemail that supposedly captures the entire murder on tape. Now hopefully, justice will be served.
What do you think of this?
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