GAREECA CONITA GORDON admitted to killing 28-year-old Phoenix Netts. Their remains were found in two suitcases in a forest in Gloucestershire, England last year.
Gordon, 28, pleaded guilty to killing Netts from April 14 to May 12, 2020. Police said the two women lived in a room next to a women’s hotel in Birmingham.
She pleaded guilty in a video link to the Women’s Prison in Eastwood Park, Gloucestershire, wrote. protector.
The hearing did not explain the motive or circumstances of the murder. Gordon only confirmed her identity and pleaded guilty to the court through a video link. Her verdict should be made on May 4.
On May 12 last year, the police found the remains of the Phoenix Net in the forest near the quarry. Initially, a man from Wolverhampton, 38-year-old Mahesh Sorathiya, was accused of being a participant, but the charges against him were later dropped. In other words, Sorathiya pushed Dordon into the woods, but claimed that he did not know that he had committed the murder.
The police found the body after receiving a report of driving a car suspiciously. She quickly found the vehicle and later found a suitcase containing human remains.