The Kyoto District Court on Tuesday sentenced a 70-year-old "black widow" to death for the murders of her husband and two common-law partners and the attempted murder-robbery of a boyfriend, by poisoning them with cyanide compounds. All four men were aged over 70.
"It was a heinous crime driven by greed for money", the judge said.
Kakehi has become notorious over accusations she dispatched a number of elderly men she was involved with, drawing comparisons with the spider that kills its mate after copulation. She had said later to the judges that she was ready to face the death penalty: "Even if I was being executed tomorrow, I would die with a smile ".
Her lawyers plan to appeal, "suggesting the high-profile trial could yet drag on", the website adds.
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Nakagawa rejected defence lawyers' arguments that Kakehi was not criminally liable because she was suffering from dementia.
According to the BBC, Kakehi had three other husbands who all passed away, though she has not been charged with any crime in relation to their deaths.
While dismissing the possibility of suicide, accident or the involvement of persons other than Kakehi in the cases, the judge said the accused took extraordinary acts, such as inheritance procedures, soon after the incidents. She said she "got angry" because her husband gave more money to a woman he had previously dated, and said she didn't care if she was execution.
A Japanese court has sentenced a "Black Widow" who met wealthy partners via dating agencies and poisoned them with cyanide.
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She reportedly amassed one billion yen ($8.8 million) in payouts over 10 years but subsequently lost most of the fortune through unsuccessful financial trading. He died on Dec 28, 2013, only a month after their marriage.
Saying Kakehi premeditated the crimes, including the preparation of notary documents, prosecutors called her actions "shrewd and despicable", as she tricked the victims into taking the cyanide by presenting it as healthy drink. But following his death in around 1994, the factory went bankrupt and her house was put up for auction, leading her to ask neighbors for a loan.
This is the second-longest court case in Japan involving a jury since 2009, lasting 135 days.
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