Owner of fake hitman website used by Michigan woman looking to kill ex-husband says it’s a ‘personal mission’

November 25, 2021 at 00:44

Ines told Fox News he started the site in 2005 as part of a failed cyber-security start-up.
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"That was really the first thing that prompted me to do something serious with the website," Ines said.
Another request in 2018 involved a Virginia man who wanted his ex-girlfriend and her parents killed.
He also wanted her infant daughter kidnapped so he could raise her as his own, Ines said.
One of his most recent clients pleaded guilty earlier this month to allegedly trying to hire a hitman through the website to kill her ex-husband.
Like many who came before her, Wein filled out a service request form to help her with an "issue."
While meeting up with an undercover state trooper posing as a hitman, Wein allegedly offered to pay him $5,000 to rub out her former spouse, who lives in another state.
"I've never talked to him by the way, but I hope he's well," Ines said of the ex-husband.
Wein allegedly provided the undercover trooper an up-front payment for travel expenses, the Michigan State Police said at the time of her July 2020 arrest.
The website also boasts the company has 17,985 operatives in the United States., the number of police agencies nationwide, Ines said.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe website has prevented more than 130 murders, Michigan authorities said.