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Woman tried to frame hubby: Attempts to pin repulsive crime on him

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A Pennsylvania woman tried to frame her hubby when she hoped he would take the fall for an unspeakable thing that she did. Meri Jane Woods, 42, of Cherry Hill Township, was aiming to pin a sick crime on her estranged husband, but thankfully she failed. State police have charged the right culprit, which was her. She allegedly uploaded child pornography on a computer and setup her husband, FOX News reports Dec. 23

So far online court records do not show an attorney for the woman who tried to frame her hubby. Investigators learned that the date child pornographic images were put on the computer did not coincide with that of when her husband shared the residence with her. Police investigated the case and determined the images were added Aug. 11, but her hubby moved out of the residence on July 23.

The terrible pornographic images consisted of sexually abused children. "Woods is charged with a felony count of sexual abuse of children for possessing a computer with the images on it, and 40 counts of lying about alleged abuse incidents involving her husband," the report said.

This woman tried to frame her hubby in the worst possible way. They may have a bitter break up, but to involved child pornography is about is disgusting as it gets.



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