Black widow's complains over Sunday Life
Black widow Julie McGinley has failed in her bid to have a former top police officer censured over an interview with Sunday Life.
The cold-blooded Enniskillen killer, jailed for the murder of her businessman husband Gerry in August 2000, had complained to the Police Ombudsman over comments made by ex-PSNI Detective Chief Superintendent Norman Baxter in our June 2008 story.
Our investigations revealed how the mum-of-two had worked as a prostitute and had paid a professional hitman to have her husband killed months before he was eventually murdered.
In her letter to the Ombudsman she moaned: “This is harassment and is putting my life and that of my family at risk as well as breaching my right to privacy.”
For the full story, see this week's Sunday Life.