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Killer husband’s bizarre ‘to-do’ list included ‘as much sex as possible’, Melbourne Supreme Court

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A murderous husband made a bizarre ‘to do’ list on his phone before shooting his wife’s ex-lover on his porch.

The list included his concerns about having only one bullet before the scheduled execution and his desire to “have as much sex as possible” after carrying out the murder.

On Monday, a jury of the Supreme Court of Victoria was shown an annotation Glen Cassidy made before shooting Michael Caposiena, allegedly at the behest of his wife Biannca Edmunds, 35.

It is alleged that Edmunds convinced Cassidy to perform the hit through a mix of kinky sex and manipulation after Caposiena – the estranged father of her toddler son – expressed a desire to have more contact with the child.

Biannca Edmunds has been accused of ordering her husband Glen Cassidy (both pictured) to kill Michael Caposiena

Glen Cassidy made a 'To-Do' list of 'obstacles' to the murder plot and his desire to have 'a lot more sex'

Glen Cassidy made a ‘To-Do’ list of ‘obstacles’ to the murder plot and his desire to have ‘a lot more sex’

Biannca Edmunds to leave the Supreme Court of Victoria on Wednesday

Biannca Edmunds to leave the Supreme Court of Victoria on Wednesday

Cassidy, 56, bled to death after shooting Mr. Caposiena in the botched murder in March 2016.

On Monday, the jury was shown a note Cassidy made for his deadly home invasion.

Listed under “opsticols” – the nearly illiterate Cassidy’s reference to obstacles – he noted that he only had access to one bullet.

Cassidy would use that lone bullet to kill Mr. Caposiena before firing his empty sawed-off rifle at his victim’s girlfriend, Silvana Silva, who could still tell the story.

The former fitness instructor had attempted to beat Ms Silva to death on the porch of her home in West Meadows, north of Melbourne, before bleeding from knife wounds sustained by Mr Caposiena before shooting him.

Cassidy’s note had suggested he had hoped to get Mr. Caposiena alone before dumping his body.

He had also hoped to financially save Edmunds and her children and get her pregnant – Edmunds would become pregnant again with another man within months of Cassidy’s death.

However, Cassidy achieved his goal of marrying Edmunds and seemed to succeed in his mission to “have sex as much as possible.”

The jury has heard a series of sordid claims about the couple’s kinky sex sessions leading up to the botched hit.

Edmunds, who has pleaded not guilty to murder, is accused of manipulating Cassidy into doing her alleged evil bidding by using a deadly mix of destructive abuse and kinky sex.

“If you were a real man and you had fucking balls, you’d deal with this guy,” Edmunds is said to have told Cassidy.

“You’re a coward without a backbone. You’re not a real man at all.’

The sawed-off rifle Glen Cassidy used to kill Michael Caposiena.  The DNA of Biannca Edmunds would have been found on the gun

The sawed-off rifle Glen Cassidy used to kill Michael Caposiena. The DNA of Biannca Edmunds would have been found on the gun

Cassidy was found with a bloody map indicating where CCTV cameras would be and barking dogs.  Police claim the map was created by Biannca Edmunds

Cassidy was found with a bloody map indicating where CCTV cameras would be and barking dogs. Police claim the map was created by Biannca Edmunds

The jury heard that Edmunds also had plans to capitalize on her ex-partner’s demise by taking on a brutal legal challenge on his estate on behalf of their child.

A court later ruled on half the value of Capasiena’s $600,000 estate, despite Ms. Silva still being alive.

On Monday, CCTV footage played before the jury showed Cassidy watching over Mr. Caposiena’s home before knocking on the door and shooting him.

A text message he’d sent to Edmunds earlier that day had virtually cleared her of any involvement in his murderous schemes.

The well-phrased message told Edmunds, “This is my choice, my decision, you know nothing about it.”

Aside from a complete lack of punctuation, the message set off alarm bells for homicide detectives, who believed Cassidy could barely string two words together.

In two recordings of interview videos played in front of the judges Monday, Edmunds repeatedly denied writing the text message herself.

She further denied that a bloody map found on Cassidy, showing a map of Mr. Caposiena’s house and probable trouble spots, was made by her.

The jury heard that Edmunds’ fingerprint was on the card and that her DNA was found on the gun.

“I didn’t mean to kill anyone,” Edmunds told the detectives.

“I didn’t write that (message). Not me. I didn’t write that message… and I didn’t see that card until you showed it to me.”

Michael Caposiena died after being shot in the head in March 2016

Michael Caposiena died after being shot in the head in March 2016

Glen Cassidy had left a schnitzel dinner neatly wrapped in the car he'd taken to carry out the murder

Glen Cassidy had left a schnitzel dinner neatly wrapped in the car he’d taken to carry out the murder

A hat that reads 'Fear The Reaper' was found near where Cassidy's bloody body was located

A hat that reads ‘Fear The Reaper’ was found near where Cassidy’s bloody body was located

Mr. Caposiena had managed to stab Cassidy in the moments before he was shot in the head

Mr. Caposiena had managed to stab Cassidy in the moments before he was shot in the head

Leading up to his murder, Mr. Caposiena had enjoyed six supervised visits from his son and had to file a petition in court for unsupervised access.

The jury heard that Edmunds was determined not to let that happen.

Edmunds is said to have told several people, including her own relatives, that she had wanted to kill Mr. Caposiena.

“I want Michael out of the way, I want him out of the way, I wish he would just leave us alone and not try for (their son),” she is said to have said.

Last week, Todd Bookham – who was sentenced to nearly eight years in prison for slitting his ex-wife’s throat and stabbing her stepsister in front of her six-year-old son – told the jury that Edmunds allegedly confessed to the execution. of her ex had planned. -lover.

Bookham made contact with Edmunds just weeks after Cassidy’s death and told the jury that he believed Edmund’s third child was his.

“She went on and on about that Glen wasn’t supposed to die and it’s all her fault…she told me they drew a map so if he would go there and, uh, sorry, what’s his name ?’ says Boekham.

Edmunds dismissed Bookham’s claims during her interview report.

The process continues.

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