The Daily Mail told us that Rena Salmon now believes:
"I should have been the one to die, not her."The Mail adds:
"Rena Salmon shot Lorna Stewart after Salmon's wealthy husband Paul started an affair with the younger woman. Former Army crackshot Salmon loaded her husband's shotgun and drove 60 miles from her village home in Great Shefford, Berkshire, to Ms Stewart's west London beauty salon.
Salmon had denied murdering her rival and claimed she was suffering from severe mental depression which diminished her responsibility. But she was convicted by an Old Bailey jury in May 2003 after the prosecution said she was driven by 'revenge and anger' when she confronted Ms Stewart, who was two months pregnant, and shot her twice at close range…
Speaking from hospital, in an interview to be broadcast on ITV1 documentary series Real Crime next week, Salmon, who is aged in her 40s, spoke of the regret for what she has done. ‘Regret? I live with it every day. Her dying didn't achieve anything. It didn't stop my pain. It would never have brought Paul back. It was past the point of being about him any more. I should have been the one to die, not her’…
As her former friend lay dying in front of her, Salmon rang the ambulance service, telling them: ‘I have shot my husband's mistress’.
She sent text messages to her husband. One declared: ‘I have shot Lorna. It is not a joke. You have both pushed me to it’…
Salmon claimed that she did not intend to shoot Ms Stewart - and instead meant to kill herself. She described her own actions as 'selfish' adding: ‘I took a life and it was somebody I loved and cared about’.”
Killing British folk runs in Salmon’s family. Her nephew, Imtiaz Hussain, murdered a lad called Iain McKay.
The Bangladeshi half-caste drove sixty miles to shoot Lorna twice. The fact that she blasted Lorna in the lower abdomen is deeply instructive. Salmon didn’t just kill Lorna, she made sure that she killed her husband's unborn child as well.
If any non-Nationalists read this and then get to see Real Crime next week, do me a favour, don't feel sorry for this unborn-baby killer. That is most definitely, what she wants. And to get out that bit quicker as a result, of course.
Here are a few more bits and pieces you should know abour our Rena.
Her mother was a prostitute, her father, Tathar Uddin, as previously suggested, was Bangladeshi. He disappeared before she was born. In court, Salmon's sister, Sabeya Uddin, said that their mother had called them 'little black bastards' and scrubbed them with bleach when they were children.
By now you'll be feeling even more sorry, I'm sure. However, at thirteen she was boasting about her sexual exploits and her teachers described her as 'wild.' A school friend said:
"If anyone crossed her she would take revenge without any thought for the consequences."After her husband left her, he and Lorna set up home together. At which point Salmon tried to persuade her children, both under 14 at the time, to commit suicide with her.
On one occasion, she took morphine washed down with a bottle of port as she sat in her Mercedes. She then drove round to Lorna's house and threw the bottle through a downstairs window before passing out. She also threatened Lorna many times and, on one occasion, physically attacked her.
She was seen parked outside her salon up to three times a week and, in May 2001, it burned down. Salmon was the chief suspect but nothing was ever proved.
Three days before the killing, Salmon said Lorna had told her that she and Paul were getting married and intended to have children. On hearing this Salmon said that she would shoot Lorna in such a way that she would not be able to conceive.
The jury at Salmon's trial heard how she took her husband's shotgun to Lorna's beauty salon and in a fit of 'anger and revenge,' shot her twice in the lower abdomen. Lorna died almost immediately, as did the child she was carrying.
Peter Clarke QC suggested Salmon was as 'cool as a cucumber' when she murdered Lorna. He accused her of exaggerating her past for the psychiatrists and added:
"I suggest you have gone back to your childhood to find an excuse for your filthy temper."Judge Neil Denison told Salmon:
"You know that there is only one sentence I can pass for the offence of murder and that is the one I do pass, life."
Salmon's niece, Saedia Bibi, said:
"We had thought that things were looking good for her. We knew she would be found guilty but thought she might have been convicted of manslaughter. She will not be able cope with this sentence."Ms Bibi was wrong. The sly, self-serving and manipulative murderess is coping very well.