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JACKSON, Mi. (PIX11)– A Michigan judge told off a ‘relentless’ felon for smirking during her jail-for-life sentencing on Wednesday.

Camia Gamet, 31, will be behind bars for the rest of her days on Earth without the possibility of parole after she was convicted for the first-degree murder of her boyfriend she stabbed 11 times, according to Mlive.com


Camia Gamet’s despicable behavior during her sentencing hearing landed her a scolding from a judge and a life sentence in prison. (ABC15)

However, as the relatives of her dead boyfriend spoke about the abuse he endured at her hands, Banks-Joiner responded with “Is that it?”

Jackson County Circuit Judge John McBain exploded on sight of her indifference and threatened Gamet to place duct tape on her mouth.  He also said it was “one of the worst cold-blooded murder he’s ever seen.”


Judge McBain tells Camia Gamet, who stabbed her boyfriend 11 times, he hopes she dies in prison. (ABC15)

“You were relentless. You stabbed. You stabbed. You stabbed. You stabbed. You stabbed until he was dead,” he said. “I hope you die in prison.”

Gamet was also seen yawning, laughing and rolling her eyes throughout the judicial process, which later infuriated the man who had the final say in her sentencing.

She plans to appeal her penalty and says she was convicted on lies.




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