A woman from South Rockford, Michigan pleaded guilty after using a fake website to try and hire someone to kill her ex-husband.

52-year-old Wendy Lynn Wein of South Rockford makes it to the top of our dumbest criminals of Michigan list. This lady literally used a fake website called "Rent-A-Hitman" in an attempt to have her ex-husband murdered.

According to Fox News, the woman completed a service request on the site last year saying she wanted her ex-husband dead because he stole money from her and she preferred "not going to jail." Well, how'd that work out for you lady?

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An undercover detective met with Wein who paid him $200 to put towards the hit on her ex-husband. She was told it would cost $5,000 to him taken out. That alone should have been a red flag. I mean who the hell is going to murder someone for a measly $5k.

You know this moron was just sitting around one day just wishing her husband was dead and thought to herself, maybe I can just hire someone to do the deed for me. Hmmm, where would I find a hitman? Oh, I know, I'll just google where to find one. After googling where to find a killer, she stumbled upon the fake website called "Rent-A-Hitman."

She will be sentenced in January and could face nine years in prison on charges of solicitation of murder and using a computer to commit a crime.

I can't believe someone would actually think this was a legit website.

Apparently, multiple people have been caught over the years using the fake website.

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