Arizona woman admits torturing, killing, burning manPHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix woman accused of torturing and killing a man in a wheelchair says she did it because he was a snitch, and she enjoyed it.
In a jailhouse interview with television station KTVK, 33-year-old Angela Simpson said in a calm voice that she lured 46-year-old Terry Neely to her apartment with a promise of sex and drugs.
Once there, Simpson says, she beat Neely with a tire iron, pulled out his teeth and strangled him with a television cable during three days of torture.
Simpson says she dismembered Neely's body and set it on fire.
Neely's remains were found burning in a trash container outside of a church on Aug. 5. Autopsy results show a 3-inch nail had been driven into his head.
Simpson said she has no remorse for her actions and actually enjoyed killing Neely.