Koodathai murder case: Dog poison in mutton soup – That’s how Jolly killed mother-in-law
The 1061-page charge sheet of the Ponnamattom Annamma Thomas murder case has said that Jolly is the sole accused in the murder of her mother-in-law. Jolly was arrested for allegedly poisoning to death six members of her family, over a period of 14 years in Kerala's Koodathai village in Kozhikode district.
Kozhikode: The final charge sheet has been filed in relation to the death Ponnamattom Annamma Thomas, the first victim of Jolly, accused in the Koodathai murder case. Jolly is the sole accused in the murder of Annamma.
A 1061-page charge sheet was submitted at the Thamarassery first class judicial magistrate court. The charge sheet says that the Annamma Thomas died on August 22, 2002. She was the first victim among the six killed in Koodathai murders.
The accused Jolly killed Annamma by serving her mutton soup with dog poison.
It is also reported that Jolly killed Annamma in the fear that her real identity would be exposed if Annamma was alive. Before marrying Roy Thomas, Jolly had lied and convinced everyone that she is a post-graduate, but she just has a pre-degree.
After her wedding, Annamma insisted that Jolly get a job, thinking she is a post-graduate. Fed up with the pestering, Jolly killed Annamma.
In the other murders in the case, there are two more accused.
Jolly was arrested for allegedly poisoning to death six members of her family over a period of 14 years in Kerala's Koodathai village in Kozhikode district.
The six deaths in the family took place between 2002 and 2016. While the first death, which is suspected to be a murder, was of Jolly's mother-in-law, the most recent to die in the family was a relative and mother of a two-year-old.