Wendy Lynn Wein Convicted In ‘Rent-a-Hitman’ Murder Plot

Wendy Lynn Wein

Wendy Lynn Wein

A Michigan woman is facing the prospect of several years behind bars after admitting that she tried to hire a contract killer to kill her ex-husband through a fake company called “Rent-a-Hitman“Which she found online. Appear before Monroe Circuit Judge Daniel White, Wendy Lynn Wein, 52, on Friday formally pleaded guilty to one count of soliciting murder and unlawful use of a computer to facilitate a crime, Detroit Fox affiliate WJBK report.

Under the terms of the plea agreement reached with county prosecutors, Wein faces a maximum prison sentence of nine years.

According to reports, Wein’s rental murder plot began on July 17, 2020 when she visited the website “Rentahitman[dot]com” and using a pseudonym, fill out a “service request” request for a consultation with one of the company’s “intensively trained field staff.”

“Our highly trained field operators strive to provide you with FREE CONSULTATION in an effort to find the ideal solution for your particular situation,” the website states before refer to the Hitman Information Privacy and Protection Act of 1964 or HIPAA (an acronym that appears to be a play on the often misunderstood Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 or HIPPA). “Since 1920, Rent-A-Hitman has supported satisfied customers from all walks of life, from ordinary citizens (children and adults) to government employees and even public figures. politics. Rent-A-Hitman has seen it all and knows only how to correctly handle your delicate situation in a timely manner while remaining 100% HIPPA compliant (Hitman Information Privacy and Protection Act of 1964) guaranteed! ”

According to the Michigan State Police, Wein stated on the service request form that the “issue” she needed assistance with involved her ex-husband. She is said to have requested a meeting and signed a service request form using her real name and other personally identifiable information.

Unfortunately for the South Redwood native, the “Rent-A-Hitman” website has really made in 2005 as a cybersecurity test site for a class project by a man named Bob Innes. After reading Wein’s request, Innes became concerned that the woman’s request was genuine and contacted Michigan State Police.

Later, a police detective contacted Wein posing as an employee of the assassination company, and they set up a face-to-face meeting.

Wein is said to have met the undercover detective at a local coffee shop where she explicitly stated that she wanted her ex-husband to be murdered and provided the detective with her home and work addresses as well as schedules. his workflow. Police said Wein also promised to pay a $5,000 fee for her former murder and meet the undercover detective the same day at a parking lot, where she offered $200 to cover travel expenses. because her ex-husband lives out of state. As soon as she paid the undercover detective, the police arrested Wein.

“I can’t believe someone would think a website like this existed,” State Police Lt. Brian Oleksyk told WJBK.

But Innes told the station it’s been quite common for people to contact an assassin since he began returning to the site in 2008.

“In 2008, I went back to my inbox to check the emails and I was shocked when there were 250-300 emails from people around the world asking to mine the property,” he said. The site has reported prevented 130 and 140 possible crimes, including requests for school shootings, kidnappings and murders, all of which were immediately reported to the police by Innes.

Wein is scheduled to appear in court again on January 13, 2022 for a hearing.

[image via Michigan State Police]

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