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kiwi of the Week: Murderer Blazej Kot

Posted by te2ataria on March 31, 2010

“We don’t contest our client’s guilt,” Kot’s attorney Joe Joch

Thanks for sharing your thoughts , Mr.

Remember:  An Eye for an Eye, or the Psycho Will Kill Again!

Blazej J. Kot is escorted into the Tompkins County Courthouse Monday morning as jury selection begins in his murder trial. Kot, 25, is accused of stabbing his wife, Caroline Coffey, 28, to death on the Black Diamond Trail near their Town of Ithaca apartment on the evening of June 2, and setting fire to the apartment to cover up the crime. (SIMON WHEELER / Staff Photo/ Ithaca Journal). For original photo click  Here.

The Murder Victim: A woman, described as “very kind and very smart,” who would probably have wished she hadn’t married a New Zealander

Caroline Coffey, courtesy of her personal website (Cornell Daily  Sun)
Caroline Coffey, courtesy of her personal website (Cornell Daily Sun). Caroline Marianne Coffey was born in Dublin, Ireland on June 20, 1980. Her parents Michael and Patricia moved with Caroline and her brother Paul to Pennsylvania in 1982.

Cornell graduate student Blazej Kot was charged with the second-degree murder of his wife, Caroline Coffey, 28, a Cornell researcher, New York State Police said.

The body of Ms. Coffey was found by hikers on a wooded trail in Taughannock Falls State Park. An autopsy revealed that she suffered a fatal cut to the neck, the Associated Press reported.

Kot Trial Update: Jury selection opens in Kot murder trial

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2 Responses to “kiwi of the Week: Murderer Blazej Kot”

  1. te2ataria said

    How can there be any doubt the scumbag is a coldblooded murderer?

    NZer’s computer used to look up ‘how to kill’ court told

    A computer belonging to New Zealand man Blazej Kot, 25, was used to look up “how to kill” on the night his wife’s throat was cut, an American court has been told.

    Kot, a former PhD student at Cornell University in New York state — where his wife, Dr Caroline Coffey, 28,was a post-doctoral biomedical researcher — allegedly also used the computer to find information on the jugular vein, WENY TV channel reported today from his murder trial.

    The Auckland University computer science graduate is facing charges of murder, arson and tampering with physical evidence.

    New York state police investigator Ryan Kubasiak told the court “how+to+kill+neck+aretery” (sic) was typed into an internet search engine on Kot’s computer on the evening of June 2 last year.

    Kot is accused of fatally slashing Dr Coffey’s throat on a running trail near their apartment and setting fire to the apartment.

    Police found laptop computers belonging to Kot and Dr Coffey on the coffee table of the charred apartment the next day, according to testimony and court papers.

    The Ithaca Journal newspaper reported Kot’s computer was used to access Dr Coffey’s webpage, an answers web page asking how to inflict a neck wound to kill instantly and a Wikipedia page about the jugular vein that showed an anatomical drawing of the neck.

    Though the computer was set to clear its history of internet pages when closed, the browser remained open, keeping the pages in its history and accessible, Mr Kubasiak said.
    Kot and Dr Coffey were married in 2008, but celebrated a marriage ceremony in Costa Rica on May 2, 2009.


  2. Elena said

    Excellent website, thank you for this!

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