A crazy video has surfaced of a 65-year-old woman celebrating -- in front of police officers -- murdering her son-in-law.
The moment of rejoice was caught on camera and released during her trial almost three years after she opened fire, reportedly shooting her son-in-law over 10 times before ultimately killing him.
According to Fox 5 San Diego, Cynthia Cdebaca explained to police officers she had been planning the murder for weeks.
Cdebaca told authorities on the morning of February 11, 2014, she and her son-in-law Geoward Eustaquio had an argument over her outfit. He apparently told her, "You look ghetto," and that was her tipping point.
Additionally, Eustaquio apparently told her she was not allowed to attend her granddaughter's spelling bee that day.
She then fired upwards of 10 shots into Eustaquio, who managed to run inside behind a door.
Due to the nature of the gun, a .38-caliber, five-shot revolver, Cdebaca had to stop and reload at least twice. She then shot through the door to stand over his body as he lay dying.
When the officers asked if Eustaquio said anything to her, Cdebaca explained he said, "Grandma, I love you."
The video also opens with Cdebaca talking to her granddaughter, who says to her, "You killed my dad," to which Cdebaca responds, "I'm sorry, honey."
Contrastingly, when asked if she would do it again, Cdebaca does not hesitate to say yes. She told authorities the family suffered abuse from Eustaquio for years, claiming,
However, when pushed for details on the abuse, she had none.
Fox News 5 also reports the same morning of the murder, Cdebaca went on to eat breakfast and gamble that day.
In the final chilling moments of the video, Cdebaca can be seen celebrating the murder, raising her arms and thanking God.
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