Deadly Wives: Shajia Ayobi hired Jake Clark to kill her husband, Ghulam Ayobi; Sentenced to 26 years to life in prison

Ghulam Ayobi

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Shajia Ayobi – convicted, sentenced to 26 years to life in prison
Jake Clark – convicted, sentenced to 28 years to life in prison


Inmate Name: AYOBI, SHAJIA
CDCR#: WE6903
Age: 51
Admission Date: 06/26/2013
Current Location: Womens Facility


Inmate Name: CLARK, JAKE
CDCR#: AU2039
Age: 34
Admission Date: 08/05/2014
Current Location: RJ Donovan

One Response

  1. They should set a specific criteria for claiming spousal abuse in this type of murder case because women are using that plea falsely in effort to get away with murdering their husbands in cold blood. Murder for financial gain., Shajia should have gotten life without parole simply because she refused to confess her sin of murder. Hopefully they will turn her down for parole until she does confess.


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