Pair get life in prison for ‘thrill kill’ of autistic teen


A deranged pair of women who killed an autistic teen for the thrill of it in their quest to become serial killers will spend the rest of their lives in prison, a judge said Wednesday.

“You killed for your own pleasure,” Supreme Court of Western Australia Justice Stephen Hall said as he sentenced Jemma Lilley, 26, and Trudi Lenon, 44, to life in prison for their 2016 thrill kill of autistic 18-year-old Aaron Pajich, the BBC reported.

Lilley, a British immigrant working as a shelf-stacker at a supermarket in suburban Australia had a fascination with serial killers since childhood and regarded Freddy Krueger, of the horror franchise “Nightmare on Elm Street,” as a personal hero.

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