Henriette Caillaux

Henriette Caillaux

In 1914, Henriette Caillaux, the wife of the French prime minister assassinated Gaston Calmette, a newspaper editor to prevent him from leaking that she and her husband had been dating while still married to their previous spouses. She was acquitted for 'uncontrollable female emotions.'

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