Cynthia Cdebaca

Fox 5/College Candy

A chilling video of a woman expressing joy over the the death of her son-in-law whom she had murdered has surfaced the web, quickly catching the attention of the authorities who are now using it as evidence in her trial case.

Cdebaca told authorities that she had been wanting to kill Eustaquio for a couple of weeks, after he had prohibited her from attending her granddaughter’s spelling bee; what led her to pulling the trigger was a comment that he had made about her appearance, claiming that she looked ghetto.

Not taking that statement so lightly, she grabbed her gun and fatally shot him ten times as he sought coverage behind a door.

Authorities believe that the murder of Eustaquio  on February 14, 2014, could not have been an accident nor in the means of self defense, since “the gun she had used, a 38-caliber, five-shot revolver, forced her to reload the gun at least twice in order to fire 10 shots. She ultimately shot through the door and stood over Eustaquio’s body as he lay there dying, “according to College Candy.

Assuring that he was dead, she went on to gamble and ate her breakfast, where she was filmed thanking the lord , that her son-in-law was now gone, with her hands raised in the air. -Via Fox 5

“When the officers asked if Eustaquio said anything to her, Cdebaca explained he said, ‘Grandma, I love you,’” according to Elite Daily.

“And when asked if she would commit the crime again, she said yes without any hesitation and claimed that her family had suffered a great deal of abuse from Eustaquio for the past couple of years.”- Via College Candy

“So mean to me, to all of them,” said Cdebaca. “Yes he is. They were afraid of him, yes. So mean to my daughter. I told her 13 years ago, he’s evil.”-Via College Candy

Source: http://collegecandy.com/2017/01/28/cynthia-cdebaca-celebration-murder-son-in-law-geoward-eustaquio-watch-video-details/

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