Man’s Plot to Kill Filipina Wife Exposed After Sending Text to Ex-Boss Instead of Hitman - Daily Buzz PH


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Monday, March 13, 2017

Man’s Plot to Kill Filipina Wife Exposed After Sending Text to Ex-Boss Instead of Hitman

Jeffery Lytle – a 42-year-old from man from the Monroe City in Snohomish County in the US capital state Washington – is facing charges for hiring a hitman to kill his Filipina wife. Jeffery’s wife of more than six years, Rhoda Mee Funtanilla Lytle, was clueless about her husband’s evil plans. The couple has a four-year-old daughter.
Information from the Snohomish County Prosecuting Office revealed exactly how Jeffery’s nefarious plan was foiled. It’s all thanks to his own mistake!
The couple enjoying the snow in 2012.

Rhoda Mee Funtanilla Lytle's Facebook page

Apparently, Jeffery had planned to get the benefits of Rhoda Mee’s life insurance which is worth $1 million. He hired a hitman named “Shayne” to kill his wife.
Jeffery sent a text message addressed to the hitman and it read:
“Hey, Shayne! How’s it going? You remember you said that you would help me kill my wife? I’m going to take you on that offer.”
Jeffery has been to the Philippines with his wife.

Rhoda Mee Funtanilla Lytle's Facebook page

In the following text messages, Jeffery also informed the hitman that if he wanted to earn more money, he could also kill Jeffery and Rhoda Mee’s little daughter. The child also had life insurance worth $500,000.
Jeffery further instructed the hitman that he should make the death of his wife seem like an accident or a consequence of a robbery gone wrong. Jeffery also promised the hitman that they would split the insurance benefits 50/50.
In photos, the couple looked happy.

Facebook (screengrabs via Crime Online)

Here’s the catch: Jeffery had sent all those text messages for the hired killer to someone else. He had mistakenly sent them to his former boss, a man named Robert Alexander.
Naturally, Jeffery’s former boss was horrified by the text messages. He immediately informed the police so they could ensure the safety of Rhoda Mee and her daughter.
Deceiving: Jeffery seemed like a dutiful husband.

Rhoda Mee Funtanilla Lytle's Facebook page

When Jeffery was in police custody, he claimed that he didn’t mean to send out the text messages. He said he had kept the “murder-for-hire” text messages in his phone’s drafts folder. He speculated that it was actually his four-year-old daughter who might have accidentally sent the messages when she was playing with his phone.
How can a man order his wife and child killed for money?

Rhoda Mee Funtanilla Lytle's Facebook page

Moreover, Jeffery also said that his wife and daughter actually didn’t have any life insurance. However, his claim was disputed by Rhoda Mee, who stated that she has life insurance. She also revealed that they had some “financial issues.”
Jeffery has been charged with criminal solicitation. He is now detained at the Snohomish County Jail on a $1,000,000 bond.


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