Murderer Seeks New Wife On TV Show After Having Killed Two Previous Ones
Today’s world of almost-about-everything TV shows has crossed its limits. Apparently, Turkish dating TV show recently hosted a man who claims to have killed his first wife. This already shocking claim was amplified by the fact that his wife was also his cousin.
He was appeared in this TV show as somebody who is looking for a date and romance, but both audience and the host were stunned after hearing about his criminal past. Sefer Calinak, with hearts-decorated name tag, explained how he was sentenced to thirteen years and nine months for his first killing, but only has served four and a half years. After he committed his first crime, he committed another one – he killed his lover. Apparently, the second murder was an accident – he accidentally killed her with an axe. For the second crime he served six years term, and then was freed in another amnesty.
He had enough time on the show to explain how he had met his wife, and why he killed her. They have eloped when he was 17, but after short period of time Calinak became jealous, since she was appealing to other men. According to Turkey’s Hürriyet Daily News, Calinak said that the nephew of the man who previously wanted to marry his wife, started coming to their village.
After he killed his first wife, this self-described “honest person looking for a new wife”, got remarried. Second marriage brought him two children, but Calinak and his second wife got separated. He then got involved in a relationship with a married woman, Coquette. She was claiming at the time that she would leave her husband and stay with Calinak. Unfortunately, this promised separation never happened. One day, Calinak and Coquette had an argument, and, according to Calinak, he went behind a door holding an axe trying to defend himself from her. The argument continued and she was “accidentally killed” after Calinak swung the axe in attempt to defend himself from Coquette’s alleged attack.
The host of Turkish channel Flash TV show “Luck of the Draw” asked Calinak, after his crime-committing confession, to leave the show, bringing relief to the shocked audience members. Producers of the show said to Turkish newspapers Milliyet that they were aware of his crimes, but he was admitted to the show and allowed to speak publicly about it because he had served his sentence. The story of a62-year-old man hit the newspaper headlines soon after the show was broadcasted.
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