NYPD detective guilty of trying to kill his wife by setting her on fire with petrol and candles because she wanted to divorce him

Take a good look at the picture below. This is what is left of a beautiful, young, blonde woman after her African American husband decided to change her appearance for her. First he tried to rape her; then he hit her four times with a hammer; then he poured petrol on her and set her alight. And the reason? She wanted a divorce. Apparently being married to a Black man isn’t all it’s made out to be. The print media, TV shows and movies are largely responsible for promoting miscegenation. They deliberately have mixed-race couples (usually a White and a something else) shoved in our faces so that we can get sensitised until we believe it’s the norm. But, what they fail to inform the public, and especially women, is that a White female in a relationship with a Black man is 12.4 times more likely to be murdered by their partner than a White female in a relationship with a White male. In other words, they are just begging to be a victim of crime – all so they can be hip and can brag to their friends and family how non-racist they are. They usually pay with their lives. The internet is full of these types of stories, where a Black man has either attacked or killed their White female partner – in fact, there are too many to post – but females need to be aware of this statistic. And the worst part is that they usually have mixed-race children who usually identify with their Black half and turn out to be just as bad as their father. White women need to learn to have some self-respect for themselves and their race and not be so desperate.

Burns: Christopher Hanney, 46, of Tampa Bay, Florida, forced Audrey Mabrey, 29, pictured, into the garage of their marital home and tried to rape her
Audrey Mabrey

A retired NYPD detective severely burned his estranged wife by dousing her with petrol and setting her on fire because she was divorcing him.

Christopher Hanney, 46, of Tampa Bay, Florida, forced Audrey Mabrey, 29, into the garage of their marital home and tried to rape her.
He then struck her four times with a hammer, threw petrol on her and used one of her scented candles to set her on fire, the court was told.
Hanney faces a life sentence after being found guilty by a Tampa jury on Thursday of attempted murder, aggravated battery and arson.
Ms Mabrey, who claimed her husband was jealous of an ex-boyfriend, was passing by Hanney’s home in Apollo Beach in November 2009.
She had moved out of their home to an apartment in nearby Brandon, Florida, and they were preparing for a divorce. 
They were sharing care of their two small children despite divorcing. Ms Mabrey was on her way to college when the incident happened.
Hanney attacked her when she stopped by at the house. He tried to rape her and set her on fire, but she managed to run away and a neighbour helped her put out the fire burning on her.

But Hanney claimed he was the intended victim, tied to a chair and had a gun put to his head by his wife with an armed, masked accomplice.
Ms Mabrey had threatened him with a lit candle and petrol bottle, he kicked her and she went up in flames when the liquid spilled, he claimed.
Hanney had a full two years in prison to develop that false explanation, said Jennifer Gabbard, prosecuting, reported the Tampa Bay Times.
‘This defendant decided to kill Audrey Mabrey because he finally figured out that he lost her,’ she said, reported the Tampa Bay Tribune.
He had even written her a letter from jail begging forgiveness, insisting that she was still beautiful and she loved her more than ever.
Hanney wanted to commit murder and suicide on the same day, Ms Gabbard added.
Ms Mabrey was in a coma for a month after the attack and had seven surgeries. Eighty per cent of her body was scarred from it.
Her dad Richard Brown said he was told about the attack by a plainclothes policeman who came to his home in Texas, reported the Tampa Bay Times.

However in an unfortunate miscalculation Mr Brown had tackled the officer to the ground outside his home as he thought he was an intruder.
Mr Brown and his wife, Lisa, could not recognise their daughter because of the scarring when they came to see her at Tampa General Hospital.
After she recovered Ms Mabrey became a campaigner against domestic violence. Hanney will be sentenced in March. ‘I’m just relieved,’ she said.


Taken down: Christopher Hanney faces a life sentence after being found guilty by a Tampa jury on Thursday of attempted murder, aggravated battery and arson
Christopher Hanney 

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