Clever Wife created a Fake Teen Profile, reveals Husband's Murder Plot

Update: Suspecting it was Angela all along, David Voelkert had gotten a notarized affidavit shortly after Jessica came online. In it, he said that he believed this was not a real person but rather his ex-wife or someone she knows. He said he was engaging with this person and lying in order to gain proof that his ex-wife was tampering with his personal life, proof he would then use himself in court. "In no way do I have plans to leave with my children or do any harm to Angela Dawn Voelkert or anyone else," he wrote above the Indiana notary's stamp. He then kept one copy and gave another to a relative for backup.
The timeline worked, his affidavit coming days before he said anything incriminating. The notary was interviewed, the document authenticated, and his case was dismissed

 Facebook is tending to be a Plot of all sorts of things. And here is a story of how Angela Voelkert came to know about her Murder Plot by her Husband.
 Voelkert, 29, created a fake profile of a teen named Jessica Studebaker last month, complete with a picture of an anonymous teen, and became Facebook friends with her gullible hubby, David, 38. She only had intentions to know about his dirty side, but unfortunately, it revealed much much more. David revealed to her new Teen friend about how he was planning to get rid of Voelkert and run away with the kids. To begin with, he had installed a GPS system on his Wife's van so as to keep track of her at all times. He even allegedly asked the "girl" to find a "gang-banger" at her school who would be willing to do the job for $10,000.
  David Voelkert, a video and audio-equipment salesman in South Bend, Ind., was arrested Friday and charged in federal court with illegally installing the GPS device. Officials said he could face more serious charges

  "I can do what I want and not have to worry about not seeing my family anymore. You should find someone at your school. There should be some gang-bangers there that would put a cap in her ass for $10,000. I am done with her crap!"
  David Voelkert asked the "teen" to run away with him after his wife was out of the picture, before signing off the email with a smiley face. Well, all I have to say is - Lucky Lady!
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