A Jamaican man is said to have killed his wife when he found out that she had been cheating on him.
A Jamaican man is said to have killed his wife because he found out that she had been cheating on him and that all of their six kids are not his.
St. Andrew is a city in Jamaica. A local newspaper says that the man did a DNA test on his kids and found out that none of them were him.
That's what people say happened to Karen Rainford. She later told her husband that she had lied to him.
begged him for forgiveness for having sex with other men, which led to the children.
Everybody seemed to be fine after that. Her husband, on the other hand, was planning how to make her pay for the lies and betrayal she had done. People who knew him didn't take him seriously the days before the murder. He cut off his dreadlocks and told them he was going to kill his wife, but no one took him seriously.
Angry at Rainford for going to his work to embarrass him for child support, a source said. Rainford knew that he wasn't the real father. These things are said to have led him to do what he promised.
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