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Female Gang Leader a.k.a "Black Widow" Who Marry and Kill Her Rich Husbands for Insurance Arrested

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Female Gang Leader a.k.a "Black Widow" Who Marry and Kill Her Rich Husbands for Insurance Arrested
A woman dubbed the 'Black Widow' has been arrested for leading a gang that recruited women to
marry and murder men before claiming their life insurance. (Photo / Austrascope)
 
The leader of a gang of women who marry and kill their hubbies for insurance has been apprehended as Police say that over $145,000 has been claimed in insurance following the deaths of several victims. 
A 39-year-old woman identified as Esmeralda Aravel Flores Acosta, dubbed the 'Black Widow', has been arrested for leading a gang that recruited women to marry and murder men to claim their life insurance.
 
According to a shocking report by New Zealand Herald, the San Salvador police chief confirmed that the suspect was arrested in El Salvador after being suspected of heading the murderous racket
 
He said; "She pretended to be a housewife and told young women that they would marry eligible American bachelors and live in the United States." 
 
The men Flores Acosta selected held a steady job and were reasonably well-off, according to Australscope.

"If they didn't already have it, the men were required to take out life insurance," police said, adding: "Then they would get married and live together for two or three weeks before gang members were sent to murder them."
 
The suspect is accused of aggravated human trafficking, conspiracy to commit aggravated homicide and aggravated fraud as Police say that over $145,000 has been claimed in insurance following the deaths of several victims.
 
It is believed that Flores Acosta has been operating the violent scam for six months. Two other female gang members have also been arrested, one of whom is the Black Widow's sister.
 
The gang recruited attractive girls in shopping centres and universities with the promise of taking them to the US.
 
However, after the deaths of their new husbands, they were instead taken to Mexico where they were forced into prostitution.
 
Flores Acosta said of the accusations: "I declare myself innocent. I have never worked at home. I sell vehicles and I am a stylist."

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