Amish Man Allegedly Confessed To Fatally Poisoning Wife Nine Years Ago By Putting ‘Anti-Freeze In Her Drinks And Battery Acid In Her Rectum’

Created: Sunday, 17 January 2016 Published: Sunday, 17 January 2016

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Angelica N. Sumter - January 16, 2016
An Amish man was arrested and charged with first-degree murder after allegedly confessing to fatally poisoning his 26-year-old wife Anna Yoder Borntreger nine years ago, according to the Huffington Post. On January 10, police officials say that Samuel Borntreger, 39, of Summer Shade, Kentucky, went to a local police station and confessed to murdering his wife in 2006 while working as a cabinet maker in Missouri. He allegedly went on to say that he put “antifreeze in her drinks and battery acid in her rectum” before her death, prompting a police investigation.
Kentucky police officials immediately contacted Missouri authorities after Borntreger allegedly confessed to fatally poisoning his wife. He also told police officials that “He didn’t love her anymore,” and officials believe that may be the motive for the alleged killing, but it has not been confirmed. Anna’s body was later exhumed and investigators are looking into her medical records to uncover the exact cause of death. Harrison County Sheriff Josh Eckerson stated that she was diagnosed with a liver problem, but he believes it may have been caused by poisoning. READ MORE
To my knowlage this is the 4th ever murder commited by an Amish Person.