KILLER ANSWERED AN UNUSUAL POST ON CRAIG’S LIST
An assassination that was ever so bizarre with the odd confession from the slain woman’s killer has confused authorities. A man who is accused of killing a woman in Colorado is claiming that all he did was answer an advertisement she posted on Craigslist. He did the job that she asked of him and he even tried to convince her that she should in fact live.
MAN ACCUSED OF COLORADO WOMAN’S ASSASSINATION JUST DOING HIS JOB
The man accused of murdering a 19-year-old Colorado woman by the name of Natalie Marie Bollinger explained in his confession that he was replying to an odd Craigslist ad. Bollinger wanted to hire a hitman to kill her. The day of the murder they exchanged hundreds of emails. When they met, he explained that his intent was to convince her not to die. When he failed, they talked about how she wanted to be killed. She said one shot to the head on the side of the road.
ODD CONFESSION AND NO SUICIDE WRITTEN NOTE
The killer explained that he answered the ad because he wanted to help. He himself suffered from depression when he was a youth, as well as suicidal thoughts and thought he could help her out. Friends and family explained to investigators that Bollinger tended towards suicidal thoughts. But there was no note or communication about her intent to anyone. So they found that disturbingly odd. Investigators on the case had plenty of evidence due to their vast amount of texting on that day. She wanted the assassination to be quick. The accused Joseph Michael Lopez’s confession entailed that in the end she shot herself. He said that prior to her dying she offered her gun as payment. No one has been able to confirm Bollinger’s original ad on Craigslist.